Beginners for some reason are sure thata smooth and even side in the cross-embroidered article is only necessary when embroidering napkins, tablecloths and other similar items. However, if you want the reverse side of your embroidery to have the maximum evenness, then this master class is designed specifically for you. Here you will find recommendations and rules for creating a smooth surface of the wrong side of the embroidery. Of course, creating the perfect side is not at allnecessary, but it is quite simple and convenient to do. 1. Be prepared for the fact that at the very beginning of embroidery the speed of work can be low. 2. It should also be understood that some products simply can not be manufactured with the ideal reverse side. So, for example, a string of acrylic large volume, embroidering on the subject, can not give the perfect wrong side. The same effect can not be achieved by working with a semi-cross and the remaining stitches, combining different materials. Completely smooth side seam will be, if you use solely a cross stitch. 3. Embroider follows not by rows, but by areas. Thread you have the right to choose the most convenient length for you, but we recommend choosing seventy to one hundred centimeters. 4. Before you start the very embroidery, skim through the eyes with the eye, try to imagine how you will embroider and what will be the end result. 5. First, you need to fill the area under one slope (in a single direction, using a semi-cross), and then you need to return to the beginning. There are crosses that can be embroidered only if you initially create a stitch "from above", and then - "from below." So the needle and thread will pass under the already embroidered stitch, thus observing the rule of the "ideal side". Aspiring to a flat surface of the wrong side, it is very important to be extremely attentive. Because if one day a stitch on the wrong side lies perpendicular to the other, then it will happen the next time. How to embroider the most difficult area, shown in the photo. With the help of black arrows, the direction of the stitches along the wrong side is shown. We draw your attention to the fact that this area can be embroidered in a different order. For example, the eighth cross is possible to embroider a cross, located on the seventh, and not on the left side of it. In the future, your eyes will see for themselves, which crosses should be embroidered and what should be the order. Here are some important rules, the followingwhich greatly facilitates the creation of the most smooth back side when embroidering a picture with a cross. Rule number 1. We carry out embroidery the way you prefer. It will be from the serpent or from the corner - not so important. But in the case of embroidery from the middle, embroidery will not "go". In the case where the canvas has a grid layout, then embroidery from the corner is possible. In this case, it does not matter from which angle the embroidery begins. But you need to understand that during the embroidery, the hand will touch the product, possibly staining it with it. Therefore, we advise you to start from the left corner at the top. It is necessary to choose a section of one shade and you can begin the embroidery process. Rule number 2. The thread needs to be fastened without knots. In this case, the tails will need to be hidden on the face. Therefore, the most optimal option will be the basis of "Aida 18" or "Aida 16". If you choose "Aidu 14", then the places in which the thread will be attached will be illuminated. And on "Aida 22" the threads will be noticeable, because the crosses on it are more prominent. Rule number 3. Stitches on the inside and on the face must be made in the same directions. Do not need to get stuck in the direction in which your stitches (vertical or horizontal) will be created. The main thing - you should be comfortable embroidering, and stitches should have the same direction in all cases. Rule number 4. You can not rotate the embroidery frame. When this is an urgent need, you need to rotate them no less than one hundred and eighty degrees, otherwise the craftsman can get confused, and the stitches on the opposite side can lie perpendicularly. Therefore it is very convenient to use stationary hoops (table or floor), which can be replaced by rectangular frames.