What is the use of chenille in embroidery?
Most machines produce a chenille stitch, often used as fills and chain stitching, often used for monograms and outlines. In contrast to embroidery needles, chenille needles have a hook instead of an eye. Also, chenille machines do not have a bobbin.
What is embroidery chenille?
Chenille embroidery, colloquially known as “chenille” is a kind of specialized loop or chain embroidery, which is made with yarn, not typical embroidery threads – polyester or viscose. Thanks to use of yarn instead of threads , this embroidery method makes the pattern look optically thicker and more convex.