Machine Embroidery Designs Castle for a Princess

Machine Embroidery Designs Castle for a Princess can be a great option for a child’s room. Bright pink, with turrets, hearts and waving flags, the castle looks as if it has descended from the pages of a fantasy book or magically transported from a favorite cartoon.

It seems that a castle is something of a myth or storytellers’ imagination, but they really existed centuries ago and still exist.

In Europe houses built in the castle style started to appear from the tenth century. In the era of feudal fragmentation owners had to protect their possessions from encroachment, therefore, their houses gradually turned into fortresses with thick walls, folding bridges, cylindrical and pointed towers.

There aren’t many existing millennial castles of the feudal era. Those that are well-restored, or even rebuilt from the surviving descriptions, are now filled with tourists any time of the year.

The fashion for building epic castles was repeated later in history, in the era of romanticism of the XVII-XVIII centuries. The major masterpieces of architecture, which appeared at this time, have ever since inspired writers and animators. Of course, these days they attract tourists from all over the globe.

Machine Embroidery Designs Castle for a Princess


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A large number of magnificent castles are in Germany. There are about forty in Bavaria and many more in other parts of the country. One of the most famous is Neuschwanstein. Constructed in 1837, it became recognizable around the world after it appeared on a popular computer screen saver. It can be called a true Castle for a Princess, because Neuschwanstein was the inspiration of the Sleeping beauty’s castle in Disneyland Paris.

Colorful Pena Palace in Portugal, built in the mid-nineteenth century on a cliff top, is absolutely enchanting and even dreamlike. Red and yellow magnificent Palace was once the residence of the Portuguese kings, now they lead tours there.

A pink castle also exists. Although the pinkish-orange tint of white stone Miramare in Italian Trieste appears only in the rays of the setting sun. Nonetheless, the Palace, built by the water of the Grignano Bay, looks as if it is from a fairy tale.

Machine Embroidery Designs Castle for a Princess was not copied from a real architectural masterpiece. Of course, but girls are going to love its magic unreal look.

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Author: Ludmila Konovalova

My name is Lyudmila Konovalova, and I lead Royal Present Embroidery. Embroidery for me is more than a profession; it is a legacy of my Ukrainian and Bulgarian heritage, where every woman in my family was a virtuoso in cross-stitch and smooth stitching. This art, passed down through generations, is part of my soul and a symbol of national pride.

Date: 26.03.2014