Pulling out with three lines threading forming up a technical design for a very lovely outfit pattern

in NeedleWorkMonday2 months ago

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Hi Hiveans,

I would like to teach us how I made this particular clothes design although it takes some time before it could reach this far so it entails patience. this is one of their clothes designs I'm going to be using to the other clothes

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The Pulling Out Thread Method.

That is what is called three parallel lines here which will later serves as the major design later. So what I did was that I first of all made the three lines parallel to each other with just one face threading method.

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Why I like this kind of design on clothes is that it can be Houston any other clothing materials and it will stay. And when you pull it gradually it start to form the design. You must be very patient while handling this kind of clothing design.

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Final Outfit

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Thanks For Reading And For Stopping by I really appreciate it alot.

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Oh I learned that from my mama about 50 years ago too!! 😍

You should think about running classes for girls - it's SUCH a fabulous skill to have and something that never leaves you.

Hahahaha that's true sis I'm hoping to have a class on some fashion designer techniques and also on how to improve in one way or the other manual the use of hand. Thanks for the comment.

@tipu curate

Lovely! I watched my mom do this several times while growing up. I haven't learned this technique yet but maybe sometime down the road. Will we get to see the outfit you're making? 😃