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Embroidery on the Paper

Combination of symmetry and dance of lines: this description can best reflect this embroidery technique on the paper.
Embroidery on the paper is very comfortable, but this technique especially demands thread quality and line symmetry. Embroidery is started from pencil drawing of the picture. Then the line is stuck by the needle in equal spaces and then embroidery starts. If you want to get symmetry, you should embroider joining the dots, for example, 1 eye with the 7, 2 eye with the 8 and so on in the circle. You can embroider directly by the line – it‘s your choice.

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