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Bargello - embroidery on the grid. A few examples with diagrams

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Bargello - embroidery on the grid. Nice occupation, fun and useful. Do you master? It turns out volumetric and bright surface. Thick threads + thick needle = Florentine embroidery.

Bargello is an old Florentine embroidery, on the basis of which are stunning fiery patterns on the canvas. Such Italian embroidery bargello is used to create three-dimensional colorful patterns and ornaments. Embroidered in this way, the figures are both sharp and slightly smoothed - rounded.

For a start, we will admire the pillows and bedspreads embroidered using the Bargello technique.

And here there is already embroidery on a plastic grid (canvas) - in such a technique, a grid for bags, different boxes and boxes, boxes and even rugs is embroidered.

Embroidered on a grid with different threads: silk on large bobbins, wool for knitting, braid and thick bulk yarn. The order of embroidery is such - first a large and basic pattern is embroidered, and then it is filled with threads of a different color.

And here is a small purse-purse or cosmetic bag.

Technique embroidery Bargello or Florentine on the grid

What is a plastic canvas for? Yes, everything. Here are some examples:

napkins, coasters

A small house is already a handwork of the highest test: here both imagination, and big desire, and skill

A couple of illustrative examples. Stitches and needle. The width and size of stitches can be completely different. The main thing is to decide what you want.

Napkin embroidered with braid

Lace Stitch

We hope you like the ideas! Embroidery using the Bargello technique on a grid, as you can see, can be made not only with ordinary threads, but also with laces, ribbons and yarn, as well as using leftover threads, the main thing is that you like the final result!

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