Tone on Tone With Embroidery Digitizing
Tone-on-tone embroidery is something we'd like to see rise in popularity with embroidery digitizing. Not that it is not already popular. But computerized
embroidery usually involves more colorful patterns and more complex designs. Computerized embroidery applying the tone-on-tone technique is not
so common within the world of digitizing.
Tone-on-tone embroidery is the a kind of embroidery involving an embroidery design that is of the same color as that of the fabric that it will be sewn
on. A classic example is a white stitching on a white fabric, like embroidering white snowflakes on the curtains or bed sheets. It is an art that can be
considered simple yet rich and sophisticated. It is only a basic application but it gives off a rather simple and serene feel about the the work.
Thought it is not s popular as the other kinds of embroidery used in embroidery digitizing, tone-on-tone embroidery is still a fashionable trend in the
industry. This style has remained popular among clients who are fond of understated classy designs. There is the small case that the embroidery
design used in tone-on-tone will not be so visible since the design would just naturally disappear against the background. But this does not mean that
is is entirely invisible. It still is, appearing to liven up a once dull sheet of fabric.
Tone-on-tone embroidery is not just used for soft designs like snowflakes on tablecloths and curtains. Some corporations also adopt this technique in
making their logos and printing them into the company shirts. These designs are usually sewn in the left chest, sleeve, or yokes of the shirts and
jackets of the companies. People can also have their initials embroidered with the tone-on-tone technique on their dress shirts and handkerchiefs. Of
course, the women also get their share of classic designs with tone-on-tone embroidery. Blouses and dresses can be embroidered with same color
patterns. This technique really gives an elegant feel to the clothes without the distra