The art of embellishment has become quite popular in the recent ages with the dawn of the technological era. With the Godlike amalgamation of experienced handwork and sophisticated technology the entire art of fancywork has been raised to the next level. Several types of embroidery is done, the embroidery on caps is done.
Special kinds of software like Computer-aided Design (CAD) and Computer-aided Manufacturing (CAM) and likewise, design shop software are used for creating mesmerizing designs and fancywork on the fabric. Nowadays, companies and big organizations want to create a unique appeal in their work environment, for which they give a similar uniform to their staff that can make them stand apart from the crowd. The embroidered workwear has a distinct charisma attached to it, by either embellishing the logo of the company or its name on the fabric or the attire.
In prior times the art of needlework was limited to some creative and skilled embroiders, who adorned the fabric with detailed designs and art work, which heightened the look of the cloth and gave it a coveted look. But now with the birth of technology, the times have changed; new embroidery machinery and equipment have made the entire art of embroidering simpler and convenient than ever. These computerized, heave duty machinery and equipment can be easily connected with your computer (which has the CAD and/or CAM facility) with the help of which you can feed them the designs (conceived by the designers and garment worker).
The art of embellishment (the beauty and convenience) is fathomed by the type of fabric, which is put to use. If the fabric is of good quality and allows easy machinability, then it would be easy to embellish it with both machine and hand. Each and every fabric has its own level, which it supports for processing and embellishment. Such as even weave fabric (linen, fusion of polyester and rayon) has the best use for surface embroidery. If a team of skilled and experienced cross garment maker is working, then it will fancy embellishing a piece of Aida cloth, since its square patterns are easy to count.
The complete talent of embroidery is highly demanding; one has to take care of fine details such as understanding the grain of fabric, such as the fabric which needs to be beautified must lie in the range of 28-count and 32-count. Similarly, with any other type of counted-thread embroidery, the higher the thread count of the fabric, the finer and smaller the motif work will be. The embellished works have now gained mammoth popularity in the world of fashion. With the arrival of modern customized embroidery on clothing machinery and seamless creativity, the fashion domain is poised to bring forth alluring range of needlework.