Embroidery is a ?Thread Art? of a sewn decorative work of fabric in which artwork, designs, emblems, logo, letters etc are created. A well-digitized design made up of a solid framework of stitches forming its outer edge, fill, satin stitches, and underlay stitches. The design should have a well-planned sewing sequence, with few jump stitches, from one area to another, so there is less thread-trimming to do. And it should be paired with a suitable fabric that displays it to its best advantage.
Not too long ago, the vast majority of apparel decorators were specialists of embroiderers or screen-printers. Now more and more companies are adding additional decoration methods to increase their profitability ? and more importantly ? keep their customer ?at home". Garments are decorated based on the end usage by affixing sequins, rhinestones, embroidery etc. to enhance the appearance of the final products.
Many kind fabrics and its combinations can be used as the base cloth for machine embroidery such as Cambric, Calico, Chiffon, Damask, Jersey, Linen, Net, Non-woven, Organza, Satin, Silk, Tulle, Voile.