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17/09/2018 – Première Vision: Gunold — auf Deutsch lesen

Embroidery Trends for season autumn/winter 19/20

Embroidery continues to be an important topic, showing itself strikingly with large logos. There is a plenty of experimenting.

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There is always room for some „winter-neons“ © Gunold

 
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Very trendy are natural materials, for example cotton yarn Cotty 30 on cork by Sam Fashion, Italy © Gunold

 
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The big hype for embroidery seems to be over, but the wishes for color, individuality and fancy remain. Gunold, supplier of everything related to embroidery needs, has worked out the following stick trends:

"Winter Neon"

Fresh pink with Gunold's Poly yarn in 3D technology sets accents in gray times (quilted lines from Sulky Ombré)

Stitching lines

The detail of the feather, embroidered with Gunold's matte cotton yarn Cotty, goes perfectly with calm and natural organic themes

Nature

Needless to say, embroidery on unusual materials, such as the new fancy yarn Poly Flash on bark fabric by Barktex or the cotton yarn Cotty 30 on cork.

Long quilting contrasts the short stipplings, clayey, earthy in unusual structures, here with Gunolds cotton yarn Cotty 30

The natural viscose yarn Sulky by Gunold now appears in a play of light and shadow. Embroidered with only one color but in different stitch directions, the motif is multi-dimensional and multi-colored.

Luxury

For their luxurious hand embroidery, the Indian company Modi Embroidery uses the classic viscose yarn Sulky 40.

Flora and fauna

Fringes and cut-outs that allow a view of other layers of contrasting fabrics remain an issue. Leaves of flowers and plants are printed and embroidered in all shapes and sizes. For example, a maple leaf filled with an Ombré paint from Gunold's Sulky Viscose range.

Gunold at the Première Vision

Paris

19th-21st September

Hall 4, Stand B26