Handmade embroidery begins by sprawling the fabric on a hoop of either plastic or wood. The hoop size is usually on what the sewer who is going to do the embroidery is comfortable with. The things that are dependent on the type of Hand Embroidery chosen for the project are the size of the hand embroidery needle and the thread option. Alongside the needle’s and thread’s option, the needle artist puts in his or her personal touch to their embroidery which makes the project “arise flourishing”. A craft that is like anything, it takes a lot of practice and time to perfect stitches, but if it is something one picks out to forge ahead with, it brings great fulfilment to both the sewer who is working on the embroidery and the recipient. Handmade embroidery each piece is unique. Even if it is matched with the same pattern, it is the needle artist’s inclination that makes every piece a “in a class by itself” work of art. On the other hand, the term “machine embroidery” refers to the process of using a specialist embroidery machine or a sewing machine to create a pattern on the desired fabric. It is commonly used in the industrial arena because it is a great tool when it comes to brand products or uniforms, but it can be used for decorative purposes as well by creating the designs accordingly. Machine embroidery is computer generated. Into a computer program, pre-made patterns are imputed that controls the stitching on the machine of embroidery. Talking about the stitches all the designs are uniform and each project looks the same. For the stitcher’s passion for the art form, there is no variance. The design will be stitched just as the pattern is fed in the design software. Machine Embroidery cannot have its threads divided as in the Handmade Embroidery needle artist can do with the handmade projects. The threads are mostly made of rayon, polyester or metallic and give an artificial look to the embroidery which is done by machines. Very rare can the design be given a more dimensional look and this is due to the type of stitching that has to occur with Machine Embroidery. And finally, Machine Embroidery for the most part has very little “joint value” because there is mass production for this kind of embroidery.