Embroidery is the process of decorating fabric with thread and a needle. Hand embroidered designs give the fabric a unique edge and add value to its appearance. Embroidery is the craft of decorating fabric or other materials with thread or yarn applied with a needle. Other substances, such as jewels, beads, feather, and sequins, may be used in embroidery. Embroidery is commonly seen on caps, hats, jackets, overlays, comforters, dress shirts, denim, dresses, stockings, and golf shirts in modern times. Embroidery can be done with a variety of thread or yarn colours. Natural fabrics, such as silk or cotton, are used for embroidery. Embroidery designs are created based on the texture of the fabric and the stitch used. The three major kinds of fabric used in machine or hand embroidery may be divided based on how the textiles are manufactured. Nonwoven fabrics made with a felting machine, woven fabrics created with a weaving machine, and knitted fabrics created with a knitting machine are among the fabric categories.