With the advancement of technology, traditional hand em […]
With the advancement of technology, traditional hand embroidery must be transformed into machine production. In 1828, hand-cranked embroidery machines began to appear in Europe, which was the beginning of the transition from traditional manual embroidery to machine embroidery. In 1864 Switzerland invented the flying shuttle embroidery machine. In 1890, the first automatic mechanical shuttle embroidery machine was put into operation in New York. In the mid-1920s, in Plauen, Germany (called Lace and Embroidery City). Paul Gunold began to provide embroidery design and punch card business. Soon, Germany invented the "Walker" machine that reads cards and automatically embroiders and sews.