The most fashionable and current trend in the world of fashion, they are things made by the hands. These include clothing, made according to a technology with a mischievous name – crazy vul. Translates the term from English, as «mad (crazy) thread, yarn». Today, this type of hand-made – one of the most popular and rapidly developing in the world.

Техника крейзи вул2Crazy vul was invented by a woman-skilled worker from Germany. He represents something average between the sewing and knitting. Technique crazy vul allows to realize the most violent design fantasies in fashion design.

Today crazy vul use to create such garments as coats, jackets, skirts, stoles, dresses, scarves, hats, and also for creation of unusual accessories decorations on the hair, neck, covers for mobile phones). Especially advanced trying to make even the curtains and curtains.

Name of the technique achieves way to create such things. The idea is that they are not incompatible, but look like the result of a long needlework labour. In the process of work the use instant interlining and sets yarn, color and texture which are chosen at will.

So, on a piece of fleece done pattern of the future product, then at her in a chaotic manner (not beyond the contours) which layer yarn, which is fixed by a special tool (someone uses a conventional lacquer). From top to make another layer, and the third use fancy yarn (буклированную, for example).

Now this preparation we need more time to fasten a clamp, and from above impose a piece of fabric, clasping his hands. To design «not crazy», you can use needles with safety pins or make seam. Next fleece yarn and fix with the help of a seam sewing machine.
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The most interesting moment in this «history» – production of the finished product. Простроченная procurement down into the water, where fleece safely dissolved under 30 degrees. Then the thing is dried, leveled and decorated with beads, sequins, beads, rhinestones, and it is ready for use. Interestingly, fleece (due to its high price) can be replaced with toilet paper or newspaper.

Article publication date: October 19, 2013

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