A course by Kseniia Guseva , Embroidery Artist
Learn how to customize your clothes with embroidered architectural patterns
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About the video: Embroidery Basics
“In this lesson, you will learn how to use hoop, thread needle, start and finish stitches so they won’t get out of fabric.”
In this video lesson Kseniia Guseva addresses the topic: Embroidery Basics, which is part of the Domestika online course: Upcycling with Embroidery. Learn how to customize your clothes with embroidered architectural patterns.
Partial transcription of the video
“Embroidery basics In this lesson, I'm going to show you embroidery basics. How to use thread, how to separate strands, how to use embroidery hoop, how to create tension, and a lot of other stuff. First of all, about the thread. Almost all threads comes in skins. Almost all brands have the same look, thread winded and holding with two papers with a brand name and with the color number. To use it, we can just pull thread out of the skin. I prefer the other way. I place the thread on the bobbins. You can use anything you have and just bind the thread on. It's easy to use. Then if you don't use...”
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Course summary: Upcycling with Embroidery
AreasDIY, Embroidery, Fashion, Fashion Design, Sewing, Upcycling
Kseniia Guseva, also known as @faimyxstitch, is an embroidery artist from Saint Petersburg, Russia, who is now based in Berlin. She’s always been interested in creating and has tried everything: knitting, crocheting, cross-stitching, sewing, sketching, and beadwork until she finally found hand embroidery in 2016 and it became her medium of choice. She’s been embroidering every day ever since.
Architecture is one of her main interests, which is why she created a series of embroidered city patterns, depicting over 130 cities already. Kseniia also loves to experiment with upcycling and customizing garments like jeans, bags, t-shirts, and even sneakers.