When we study new opportunities in somebranch, we try to take information from a wide variety of sources. The same applies to certain terms, knowledge of the material and information. So, for example, many of us, when working with beadwork know that there is a canva, but no one knows the exact definition of what it is needed for, how it should be used, and what canvas materials are the best. The canvas consists of a mesh cotton, liana, ormixed in composition of the fabric. Also, it can have a base of other materials. This fabric is applicable for embroidering cross crosses, uncut crosses, smooth and tapestry seam, in carpet technique and other cuts. Also, the canvas is suitable for making pillows, carpets, embroidering showcases for handbags, caskets. In embroidery with a cross, the most convenient is the canvas of the AIDA type, which consists of 100 percent cotton. The canvas of such a canvas is represented as a basis from the tightly interwoven threads 4 to 4, which can form distinct squares. Crosses on the similarity of such fabrics without great efforts are made very smooth and beautiful. AIDA is considered the most popular canvas, andmost often used for counting embroidery. The creation of AIDA type fabric requires 100 percent cotton. Fabric weaving of such a thread 4 to 4 helps create effects of even squares, and the fabric in this case - the necessary rigidity. Canva type AIDA can have a variety of parameters. 14 number. Such a canvas has a fairly large composition and can be easily embroidered by those who are just starting their own business. In such a canvas, no tension is required, since everything is perfectly visible. For experienced masters, the use of the 16th AIDA number is recommended. In this case, the size of your work will be slightly smaller than on the 14th number, and the image in this case will look more dense. For embroidery on such a canvas, two threads are also used. The most difficult option is AIDA 18th number, which is not too observable and it is possible to work with it only if there is a magnifying glass or glasses. Cells in such tissue are very small. Typically, when embroidering on such a canvas, one thread is used. If you want to get a more dense embroidery, it is worth using threads in 2-folds. There is also an option for children, or quitebeginners. This is AIDA 11th size, which offers 1 inch for 11 squares, as well as 44 squares for 10 sanimeters. Such a canvas is excellent for starting the training and is very popular among those who only know the basics of success in teaching this technology. As a result, you can understand that from different AWA-style canvas you can get different results, different effect and, importantly, different complexity of the work. Therefore, it is worth carefully selecting the necessary material for your work.