Redwork is an American form of embroidery developed in the 19th century and was particularly popular between 1855 and 1925. It traditionally uses red thread, chosen because red dyes were the first commercially available colorfast dyes. In the 1920s more dyes were colorfast leading to more colorful embroidery work, However, Redwork is just as popular today.
Red was the first colorfast dye, and red thread was widely used for embroidery on napkins, household goods, bags, tea towels, and pillowcases. We have a lot of redwork embroidery designs that will help to make your Imagination real.
Traditional RedWork designs use one stitch with a few other simple embroidery stitches added for special design features.
Advantage Of Redwork Embroidery
---> Redwork is a classic and traditional style of embroidery. It's so quick and easy to stitch on the fabric. The main stitches used include an outline, split, satin, and French knots.
---> RedWork designs also use many traditional and easy embroidery stitches to create designs with texture and lots of interest.
---> Our redwork machine embroidery designs available in usable file formats include EMB, DST, EXP, PES, JEF, HUS, XXX, VP3, and JPG that are supported by all major machine embroidery brands like Brother, Janome, Ricoma, Singer, and many more with all kinds of hoop sizes.
Our redwork designs are in premium quality and personally digitized by our 15 Years+ experienced digitizers. Enjoy your Next Embroidery project with our antique REDWORK designs.