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With the world moving at a faster speed than ever, people tend to find an activity in which they can invest their time and effort just to get a moment of peace as recreation. Hobbies, as it is called, allow anybody to simply pause, breathe in, and take their time in the present without fretting about what is happening around the world. One of the popular hobbies people enjoy is embroidery. Embroidery is the art of embellishing a piece of cloth, especially on its surface, with decorative stitching accompanied by the use of colorful threads. It is considered an old art form whose origin can be traced back thousands of years ago. It has become so prevalent that people can learn how to embroider by watching video tutorials online or enrolling in a class for some interpersonal actions.

What are the different kinds of embroidery stitching techniques?

Embroidery contains a vast form of art and can be done in different ways. There is a method called crewel embroidery, where decorative imagery is created by using a sturdy wool thread called "crewel". Meanwhile, another type of embroidery, cross stitching, is a well-known technique for stitching, which is a method that involves pre-planned patterns and stitches that resembles an "X".

What are the different kinds of embroidery fabric?

Any fabric can be embroidered on, but choosing the right embroidery fabric based on one's chosen technique or type just makes things a notch easier. One of the most common embroidery textiles is the even weave fabric, which is a tightly and evenly woven fabric that is good for counted, pulled, and drawn thread techniques. Another fabric is the Aida cloth, which is commonly used for cross stitching because of its easy-to-count square pattern. Hardanger Fabric, on the other hand, is good for Hardanger embroidery, cutwork, and black work. It is made of cotton and is typically woven with a double thread. Toweling is a more versatile embroidery cloth, as it can be used for both contemporary and retro embroidering projects. Lastly, ready-made items or cloth that has been already made for that purpose to save time and energy for those who take a fancy to embroidered items but just don't have the time to do so by themselves.

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