Alphabet needlewoman: rococo embroidery for beginners

Embroidery Rococo - is a great way to decorate any thing or accessory.

This name came from the French, meaning "curl", since at the time of embroidery thread wound on the needle. Has useful tips on how to embroider in the Rococo style.

Rococo embroidery for beginners / open sources

Main nuances with embroidery Rococo

1. The thread during operation does not separate, it is necessary to twist it counterclockwise.
2. To stranded coils does not spin, they are encouraged to adhere as closely as possible.
3. During the embroidery should watch closely to ensure that the threads are not sprawling when fixing stitch and pulling the thread through the turns.
4. Embroidery will be much more evenly and more volume if each harness laid in the maximum density to the previous.
5. To try to trim a needle working to ear was of the same thickness as the whole needle. Yarn should be smooth and firm.

Here are a few schemes for embroidery Rococo
Embroidered daisies seam Rococo

Rococo embroidery for beginners / open sources

Embroidery stitch rococo roses

Rococo embroidery for beginners / open sources

Embroidered petals and twigs seam Rococo

Rococo embroidery for beginners / open sources

French knot

Rococo embroidery for beginners / open sources

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