Use of floral ornaments and compositions inas the main motive is typical not only for paintings, needlewomen, too, often relate to these topics, especially due to the fact that they sharpen their skills more easily. Flowers of poppies among cross-stitchers are no less popular roses, so the patterns of such paintings are very diverse and accessible. And come across such unusual, as, for example, in the form of polyptych or, which are performed on a canvas of a certain color. For any drawing, the use of a black background -this is an additional effect. The basics of coloring say that on a black background the warm shades of red, yellow and orange are very attractive. Accordingly, against this background, red poppy petals will attract more attention. It is worth noting that the embodiment of such ideascauses certain difficulties, and the first of them - the fusion of thread interlaces, in which tracking the correctness of stitching is difficult. Beginner masters should in this case have a hurry and painstakingness. Plus, there are a number of nuances that vary from a particular picture. For example, poppy flowers on a black background according to the sketches of the brand "Riolis" must be embroidered in three strings, and the use of denser yarns of wool is required, so that the result was the most significant. Using silk thread, not intended forembroidery, but attracting a charming shine, be prepared for the fact that it will need to be folded four times. The colors with which the scheme is executed, with the real gamut of shades are not connected in any way: the correct DMC numbering is indicated next to the diagram. According to the skilled masters, this scheme looks most attractive on the canvas, where four to five crosses are located on one centimeter. It is recommended to take the usual cotton model K-4. Since the groove for the puncture on the black canvas is hardly noticeable, experienced masters pre-delineate the material with a white pencil on the cells of 10x10 crosses. You can also mark the main elements of future flowers, thanks to this you will have good landmarks. Working with a dark canvas is almost impossible withoutbright lighting, some even use a magnifying glass. Some needlewomen use a substrate on which holes in the fabric are easily visible, which makes the embroidery process more simple and quick. It is very important to wash the dark canvas before embroidery begins. This is done for the purpose of finding out whether the fabric is pouring out until the moment you complete the picture. Bedrooms and living rooms are increasingly drawn up by largepaintings, and the popular is the division of the image into a number of parts that hang at a short distance from each other. The same trend is relevant for embroidered images, in connection with which appeared the scheme in the polyptych format. They not only share a single picture, but they are also autonomous images. To such it is possible to carry a triptych "Poppies", which can take the form of a half-opened bud or contain each flower in different positions. The embroidery of such a picture does not present special difficulties in comparison with the usual one. The difference is only in size, because most polyptychs are large enough. However, you can meet and small pictures, toFor example, the triptych RicoDesign, each part of which has only 50x50 crosses size, besides it is suggested to duplicate the given sketches for obtaining a frame from poppy flowers. Such practices are quite common. Most needlewomen do not search for special schemes for the triptych, but turn into it any image, breaking it into three elements. At the same time, the most important thing is to keep the ideal joints. In the case of embroidering a triptych on one main canvas, the elements of which are separated by a couple of free cells, difficulties should not arise. The main thing is to maintain equal tension for the individual sections, so that during the placement of the pictures there will not be a disconnect. At the same time, the dimensions of each element can beand different in the place of docking. The triptych, whose main image is large, and the images on the sides are much smaller, and seem to be in shadow, because these elements are taken away from the general focus, are very popular. Typically, these patterns are embroidered with a full cross, which is characterized by stitches, constantly looking in one direction. Of course, the use of other techniques is not prohibited. An example here is the embroidery of petals insome triptychs "Maki" with closed stitches, as they are ideal for large and integral parts. The greater effect and the volume when shading is achieved by a double cross. But for glare, it is preferable to use half-crosses, which can be used for external areas to focus from them. That's all we wanted to tell about the beautiful cross-stitch embroidery.