We test our designs sew-out on home embroidery machine.
Below photos illustrate the most important properties of our designs.
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is created with hundreds or thousands of manual stitches sewn on top of a plain fill. On most places, the manual stitches are much looser than the underlaying fill. This creates the color bleeding effect. The layout of manual stitches and direction and pattern of plain fill are chosen so that it resembles the fur texture.
we try to keep color and trim count as low as possible, while preserving the realistic look of the design. Larger areas usually contain 3 shades: base color, highlight and shadow. Small areas are sewn with 1 or 2 colors. In most cases, areas of the same colors are sewn in a single draft, with connection stitches hidden beneath next layers of other colors.