Summary:Random stitch embroidery and computerized embroidery have some things in common: both are full-work embroidery, that is,...
Random stitch embroidery and computerized embroidery have some things in common: both are full-work embroidery, that is, the embroidery completely covers the base fabric without leaving any gaps; the stitches are all messy, and there are no rules at close range, but when viewed from a distance, the colors are rich and the outline is clear. . Therefore, many unscrupulous merchants use computer embroidery to pretend to be hand-made random needle embroidery.
First, distinguish from the embroidery thread. Computer embroidery uses embroidery threads made of chemical fiber materials. The threads themselves are woven and look like strands of pigtails. Random needle embroidery uses silk embroidery thread. Silk embroidery thread is composed of parallel silk fibers without weaving.
Second, distinguish from the stitches. The stitches of computer embroidery are mechanical and appear dull and rigid. The stitches of random needle embroidery are designed, and the color blocks formed can flow and have an elegant, diffuse and hazy beauty.
Again, distinguish from the color gradation. The computer can divide the picture into ten layers, each layer has a color, and then make it layer by layer. Even so, the color level of computer embroidery is very limited. The random needle embroidery can use hundreds of colors of embroidery thread, the color level is very rich, and the transition is extremely natural.