When textile and fashion design approaches are examined, besides aesthetic and creative design works, it is seen that innovative systematic studies in which technology, engineering, science and art are melted in the same pot stand out. Systematic design approach is considered to be very useful in industrial product design and engineering design and it has been used in scientific design approaches in recent years. Smart textiles, interactive textiles, electronic textiles or soft electronics have become a developing field in the field of textile and fashion design by following systematic design processes and applying technological developments to textile field. As a result, these concepts have been used not only in experimental studies but also in designs that are increasingly applicable to daily life. Researches, which focus on the integration of electronics into textiles, examine the applications of textile production methods such as weaving, knitting, printing, non-woven, embroidery (embroidery) in this field and supervise the design of electronics in accordance with textile structures. For this reason, this research has been developed as a compilation study on embroidery applications developed for use in electronic textile production. In particular, e-textile designs can be applied by embroidering stainless steel yarns and silver-coated polyamide yarns on textile surfaces in accordance with various sensor applications. In these designs, three different methods are seen as standard embroidery technique, tailored fiber / monofilament placement method (TFP) and sewing technique. In this article, while the usage and applications of embroidery technique in the electronic textiles (e-textiles) were being addressed, properties and usage area of conductive yarn in e-broidery also were discussed.