Scheme of embroidery of the painting F. Boucher "Kitten with a feather" allows you to make your own hands with a reproduction of the masterpiece of the famous artist's painting. The beauty of the resulting product is that it is made with threads, not paints. The work is very difficult, therefore it is recommended only to experienced embroiderers. Cross-stitch embroidery is very special and has been popular for many centuries. The needlewomen of the whole world, through this technique, decorated clothes and household items, making them unique and aesthetically attractive. To date, there are many schemes that help both skilled craftsmen and beginners to embroider beautiful drawings, create paintings to decorate the interior of the home. There is no shortage in them. Virtually all embroidery manuals offer various kinds of schemes. You can buy ready-made sets with a pattern applied to the canvas, which greatly controls the work process. At the present stage of the development of mankind, absolutely new computer programs have appeared that help to independently draw a diagram of any picture, in particular photography or the famous picture. It's about the picture that we'll talk about in this article. The embroidery scheme of F. Busch's painting "A kitten with a feather" refers to schemes of increased complexity. Beginning needlewomen should not undertake this or similar work. A variety of color shades (the author of the scheme envisages the use of forty-five thread colors), a sufficiently large size, the complexity in the selection of yarns is not the best option to master the technique of embroidery. Experienced masters, embroiderers with skillswork, will be able to recreate a masterpiece known in the art world with the help of threads and fabric, which will become a real value in the house and decorate the interior of any room. The embroidery scheme of F. Busch's painting "A kitten with a feather" consists of two parts, see the photo below. To work on the picture you need:
- canvas (the usual one is used with standard cells);
- thread floss (45 color shades, matched according to the scheme);
- hoop (in this case, a special frame or machine will be more relevant, since the work itself is not small);
- needle for embroidery (a special needle with a blunt end is used).
Before we get to work, we define the centerpaintings on the fabric, on the diagram it is indicated by arrows. We pull the fabric on the frame or machine, as it will be more convenient for you, and proceed to the task. All embroidery is done with a full cross. Given the many similar tones that exist in the picture, you should closely monitor the threads used (their shades). You can start embroidery from any edge and element of the picture. The main thing is not to forget that crosses should be in one direction, so you will get a complete complete reproduction of the picture. Experienced needlewomen know that the presence of any knots is excluded. Threads are refilled from the underside with a few stitches. After the end of the embroidery pattern, the fabric with the finished work is carefully removed from the frame, pierced and ironed from the wrong side. The picture is ready. It remains only to arrange it in a frame. For this purpose, you can take a simple frame in a simple style or use a baguette, a carved wooden frame of handwork and so on. the picture will look equally good in any of the options.