Shantou LIJIE Introduces New Toothbrush Embroidery Series Products
Toothbrush embroidery is one of the techniques used in computerized embroidery. Common types of embroidery include flat embroidery, satin stitch embroidery, appliqué embroidery, three-dimensional embroidery, and towel embroidery. The term "toothbrush embroidery" is named after its resemblance to a toothbrush in terms of the finished effect and is also known as "straight-line embroidery." It involves adding a certain height of auxiliary material (such as EVA) to the fabric during the embroidery process. After the embroidery is completed, the embroidery threads on the EVA are trimmed and flattened using tools, resulting in an embroidered pattern that resembles the shape of a toothbrush. This technique is commonly referred to as toothbrush embroidery. There are two types of toothbrush embroidery: reverse toothbrush embroidery and front toothbrush embroidery.
1. Reverse toothbrush embroidery refers to the effect achieved by embroidering on the back of the fabric and then processing it. The threads embroidered on the back will stand upright and neat. However, due to being on the reverse side, it is not suitable for mixing multiple embroidery techniques and is typically used for simple toothbrush embroidery.
2. Front toothbrush embroidery refers to the effect achieved by embroidering on the front of the fabric and then processing it. Due to the compactness of the face thread caused by knotting with the bottom thread during processing, the embroidered threads may appear more disordered compared to reverse embroidery. However, it can be combined with other embroidery techniques such as flat embroidery, enriching the variety of patterns.
Shantou LIJIE proudly introduces our new toothbrush embroidery series products, which showcase the unique and diverse designs that can be achieved using this technique.