Embroidery Collection | Antonio Sartori



All-Italian passion

Embroidery is an art, a tradition, an interplay of weaves and shapes. 
The collection inspired by this refined technique is designed around the human form.

The term 'embroidery' refers to the action of decorating a fabric, such as a dress or sheet, with decorative motifs through the addition of threads.
The embroidery process involves the use of a needle and thread, usually cotton, silk, wool or metallic threads, to create decorative stitches and patterns on the fabric.
There are several embroidery techniques, such as cross stitch, chain stitch, grass stitch and rococo stitch, to name a few.
Embroidery can be done by hand or machine, depending on the complexity of the design and the amount of time required to complete it.
Embroidery is an ancient art form that is used to decorate fabrics for functional and decorative purposes.

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