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Applique Design

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Applique Design

Applique Design is a technique of sewing or embroidering fabric onto a garment or other material in order to create a decorative effect. It originates from the French term appliquer, which means to apply or to put onto. It is typically used to add color, texture, shape, and dimension to a garment or other material. Applique can be made from a variety of materials, including felt, velvet, leather, and sequins, and it can be used to embellish clothing, pillows, curtains, and other items. To achieve an applique design, one must first create a stencil out of heavy-duty paper or fabric, which is then used to cut the desired shape from the fabric. The fabric is then sewn or embroidered onto the garment or other material to create the applique design.

Applique, Embellishment, Fabric Cutting

James Rothschild

CITATION : "James Rothschild. 'Applique Design.' Design+Encyclopedia. (Accessed on March 25, 2023)"

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