This year is almost over. Thank you for over 20,000 subscribers! It ’s not a memorial, I made an answer video that summarizes the questions I received this year. Then please Q. What do you use for the cloth? Where do you buy it? A. There are mainly three types: linen campus, cotton sheeting and linen. It is used properly depending on what it is tailored to. We are looking for cloth at Rakuten Ichiba according to the color and material required at that time, not a specific shop. Q. Where can I buy embroidery tools? A. You can buy it at handicraft stores throughout the country. Of course, you can also purchase from Amazon and other mail order. Q. I would like to know your favorite needles and tools. A. Introducing the tools we will be using. My favorite is scissors. I am not very particular about tools. Q. Why is a cloth wrapped around the embroidery frame? Is there a recommended wrapping cloth? Is it OK to wrap a piece of cloth around the frame? A. It plays a role of anti-slip when the cloth is put on the frame. You can use any type of wrapping cloth. This is a [LECIEN] embroidery frame and rubber for slip. It is easy to use. This is also the [LECIEN] embroidery frame. It is a one-touch embroidery frame, I bought it for a test, but I am not used to it yet. DMC’s embroidery scissors and Clover’s cutwork scissors are their favorite items. We also introduce the tool in the video [please see if you want to start embroidering] that was released a few months ago, so please check it out. KARISMA mechanical pencil (currently Sewline, a type that disappears with water for drawing cloth) A type of marking pen that disappears with water is also a favorite. The set of tools when embroidering is like this. This was also a favorite item. Q. When using chaco paper that disappears with water, the design disappeared and I couldn’t understand it. Is that something? A. I don’t know which chaco paper I used, but when I copy the design I put a lot of effort and copy it well. Depending on the type of cloth, the arm gets tired. So we are not using this product and the design has disappeared in the middle. The embroidery thread is roughly color-coded and stored in the case of Daiso. This is a product purchased with the intention of making a video called [I embroidered only with products from a 100 yen shop]. I have n’t taken the video yet, but I ’m grateful that it ’s 100 yen. Q. How much is a set of embroidery tools? A. It is 1000 yen or more because it looks like this with a 100 yen product. Handicraft tools vary in price depending on the object. Q.Do you cut the land after cutting it into a size that is easy to embroider? Or do you reposition with a large fabric? Do you want to fix not only linen but also cotton? A. Since it is often tailored into brooches and small items, it is only necessary to prepare a cloth cut to the required size with an iron. Q. French knot, when I stab, it becomes debeso. Do you only practice? A. The trick of French knots is to pull the thread tightly when it is wound around the needle. Is n’t it? I do n’t know if it ’s easier to see, but I ’ll stab it with wool. Q.I often embroidery using long and short stitches, but I can’t really improve. A. The tips for long and short stitches… Why don’t you stab them in the image of being stabbed randomly, despite being too long and short? A. As I said in most videos, when inserting long and short stitches, put the needle in and out vertically. A. If you stab while correcting the twist of the thread, it will be finished beautifully. After that, moderately adjust the pulling condition and power. Q. Why is the needle passing under the lining thread? A. The thread is being connected. As for embroidery, it is ideal that the back side is finished cleanly, so it is basically not to bend the ball. The yarn is processed in such a way that it is passed through the back thread and hooked. I will stab the continuation in this way. Finishing the first step and processing the thread. (Change the color to make it easier to understand.) Q. It doesn’t look like I knotted the first or last thread, what is happening? Is it unnecessary to stop the ball at the end? A. This is why we left the first thread for stab. It begins to stab in the same way as when the thread is connected, and the end of the stab is passed through the back thread and processed. It is ideal to finish the backside cleanly. If there is no back thread to pass through like the French knot, the ball is fastened. If the French knot can see the design and pass it nearby, it will not be clamped. Go back and stab the second row of long and short stitches. While looking at the width of the design, stab while changing the length of the eye at random. Q. I can’t stab the cable stitch. Do you have any tips? A. Do not mistake the part where the needle passes. Do not pull the thread too much. While looking at the size of the ball, try to stop pulling at the ideal size. Is it a trick to scoop shorter than you think when scooping cloth? Q. What is the proper use of outline stitch and back stitch? A. The use of stitches is determined by imagining the atmosphere of stitches that suits the design. Of course, this stitch is no good. I choose what kind of stitches to use, imagining my taste and completion. Q. What should I do after embroidering on a small cloth? How are you finished making embroidery? A. It ’s a stabbed video. Chicchi basically makes small items, so it’s almost like this. I also produce various brooches, purse and cloth accessories. For more details, please see Instagram @ Chicchi_chimi. Q. Can embroidery amateurs do their best? A. Can you do your best if you think it’s fun? A. We were also amateurs 6 years ago. I just worked hard thanks to the love and fun. Mr. Noris and Mr. Oga when I first made them. This quality can now be achieved after six years of accumulation. It’s not something you’re doing lightly, it’s cultivated through repeated trials and errors. So do n’t forget the feeling of enjoying yourself I want you to take care of the time you face. When I did what I liked, there were many times that I loved and enjoyed changed to painful There are tremendous rewards. Chicchi will continue to do its best as an embroidery artist with the motto “continuation is power”. This year is almost over. Thank you all. I give you my best regards for next year! Please subscribe!