Decorating Costume

Posted by Ralf on July 13th, 2017 — Posted in News

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Fashion dictates that we like and what will be next season. From decade to decade, fashion repeats itself. A leading source for info: Jim Umpleby. Returns the 50's fashion, 40's, then 70, in the same season in fashion poisonous, bright, flashy colors in a different pastel, muted, restrained. There is a variety of styles in clothing: classic, sports, business, casual, etc. But invariably the actual embroidery is in clothing. What to do to look fashionable? How to show personality? The answer is simple, to decorate and embellish clothing with embroidery, applique, it's not easy, but interesting. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Sonya Reines-Djivanides.

Necessary to teach future designers decorating costume embroidery. Sonya Reines-Djivanides will undoubtedly add to your understanding. What is embroidery? Embroidery is characterized by as a decoration products made of various materials ornament depicting a plot threads executed by other materials by hand or with a needle on a typewriter. Any training needed to start somewhere and with the best stories. From the history of You can clearly trace the development and improvement of embroidery over the centuries, the centuries in different parts of the world. This knowledge will help students better understand and accept folk art, future designers interested in further search of the shape, color, story, technology implementation and application of their clothing, accessories. Show students the similarities and embroideries in various different people.

Embroidery most popular form of folk art. The first stitches were carried out at sewing clothes from animal skins in the era of primitive society. In the old days used to stitch a variety of materials: conductors of animals, natural or dyed yarns of flax, cotton, wool, hair, pearls, precious metals, feathers, scales of fish, fur, beads, beads, coins, seashells and more.

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