Machine Embroidery Design Dog Chinese horoscope animal sign

All ancient cultures had their signature style in depicting world that was happening around and above them. Vikings wove angular runes into the tree of life, capturing the meaning of all the beings together. Egyptians developed their own spellbinding ways of picturing gods and kings. Incas drew mathematically correct mystic stairways straight to the skies, where the stars dwelt. All the nations of past one way or another tried to portray their connection to the fathomless yonder above.

Machine Embroidery Design Dog Chinese horoscope animal sign is inspired by the Chinese way of cohering with distant lights of the universe. This beautiful design combines traits of many eastern cultures, elaborately interwoven in a unique harmonious ornament of a sacred animal. Each element of the pattern has its meaning, which, when joined together, reveal inner sense of the design. Above all of course is the esthetics of the lines, forming enchanting lacework of a lovable creature.

This Machine Embroidery Design Dog Chinese horoscope animal sign would suit perfectly all interiors of ethnic style. It comes so naturally as an image, embroidered on throw cushions or floor cushions, scattered among elegant mahogany furniture or any wicker-work.  Those warm colors and amiable nature of the motive really embrace the whole feel of ethnic style. A somewhat wild imaginative coverage of the dog may journey one’s heed amidst hey or clay huts of African tribes, where ebony beauties bring water in intricately cut elongated pumpkins.

Dancing motives of arabesques and other peculiar eastern ornamentations, caching one’s eye here and there on the dog’s skin, could charmingly embellish décor inspired by mysterious Asia. Paisley designs, constellating moons, Maori waves and other curvilinear mysteries, which meander through the skin of the dog, chant half-forgotten songs of journeys afar, where the sand and the sun are white from heat and magical dances of shamans have eerie meaning.

Machine Embroidery Design Dog Chinese horoscope animal sign


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This Machine Embroidery Design Dog Chinese horoscope animal sign would beautifully bedeck clothing items as well. Back sides of jackets, with such a mysterious ornament on, would proclaim a bold spirit of their owners. Courtesy of our designers, this pattern could come in various sizes, which makes options of its application embrace even bigger number of textile pieces. This magical pattern, embroidered on a canvas could become a wonderful gift idea for birthday parties, corporate anniversaries and other memorable events. Such textile pictures would be a unique interior embellishment due to its fascinating exoticism and protective nature of the depicted animal, which would permeate the atmosphere of the house.

Chinese horoscope’ mystical character influenced the dog’s appearance. That is why its ornamentations are so elaborate and refine at the same time. There are traits of magical creatures combined to real animals of different parts of the world. One can spot African tiger’s stripes, whimsically curved into bizarre triangles or curly claws of dragon’s paws. So common to Asian manuscripts. All the listed animals are also part of Chinese horoscope, so they may influence each other, up there, in the sky.  Trifoliate aigrette, crowning the dog’s forehead tells of his noble character. Pearly moons, rounded stars and an otherworldly sun, covering the dog all over, remind of his celestial origin.

It is from his brothers, the sun and the moon, that the dog got its golden silhouette.  Waves, scalloping along its tail, ears and eyes, are the symbol of the world beyond. Where all the twelve sacred animals dwell. This fathomless vastness gave its black color to the inner skin of the dog. In places where the sun colors clashed with blackness of the universe, warm auburn hue was born.

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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: 28.05.2014