Hi there everyone! We hope that you enjoyed reading our previous blogs and that you are very excited to check out what we are going to be sharing with you all today. As it is evident from the title of our today’s blog that we won’t be talking about the regular work stuff here but, in fact, we have something fun and exciting to share with you all which won’t only provide you guys some aesthetic pleasure but it will also help your creative juices flow in the right direction too. We can’t wait to share everything that you guys need to know about Chloe Giordano and the amazing stuff she happens to create but before we do that, we would like to take a moment to thank you all for the love and support that you send our way and for always making sure that your near and dear ones are also making the most of our blogs too.
In this part of our blog, we would like to talk about the origin of embroidery and how it originated so that those of you guys who do not know much about it can learn a thing or two through our blog today. The origin of embroidery goes back to 30,000 BC and we would love to tell you guys that the very ancient remains that were found of embroidered stuff included clothing, boots, and a hat which had heavy embroidery on them; done by hand, of course, as there were no machines or tools present during that time.
Now, fast forward to this century, and many, many things have been changed for good. For example; now you do not have to be dependent on making things by hand per se because you have software and other tools available on the internet that can help you create things that you could only imagine creating. Then there are tools powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) which can also create wonderful things for you – all you have to do is to add in some keywords and you will end up making interesting things for yourself and for the clients that you are working with.
That being said; it is important to know that human creativity and what we can create by using our imagination and hands can never be completed nor it can ever stop making stuff that is more than just unique, you know. And we are sure that anyone and everyone who knows what it takes to create distinctive designs and more will never prefer designs, etc. which are created by robots.
Anyways, when we were working on our content list for this week, we wanted to include a couple of things that are not only fun to look at but they can also inspire many individuals to try something new in 2023, and since it is still a new year for many people; we thought it would be a good idea that we can share with you guys something that can become your new hobby in the near future. So, allow us to first introduce you guys to Chloe Giordano who is a UK-based embroiderer and likes to experiment with freehand embroidery for her personal and commercial clients including Liberty, Penguin, Quarto Publishing, etc.
Everything that she has created to date is magical to look at and we can’t tell you, guys, how surreal looking at a bunch of her embroidery art pieces feels for example; the animal embroidery items that she has created are just so beautiful it might take you all a minute to realize that it is not a photograph but an embroidered piece. Chloe sure does know how to make the most of the imagination and skill set she was gifted with and we can bet that all that she’s created will inspire you guys to create magical stuff.
That is all for today! We hope you not only had a fantastic time reading this blog but are thrilled to check out Chloe’s embroidery designs in detail too. If you are also someone whose mediums are needles and threads then we can bet that you guys already have multiple ideas in mind that you would like to work on once you have absorbed all the creativity that Chloe’s embroidered stuff has to offer. We would like to know which designs are your favorite in the comments section and while you will be telling us about that, we would also want you guys to take out some time and let us know if you have any special requests to make too so that we can start working on them. It’s a promise that we will be back here with your requested content and more super soon.
Credit: Chloe Giordano
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