Indian border Machine Embroidery Design
Royal Present Embroidery rich collection of ethnic motifs includes such a vibrant design. Colorful Indian border Machine Embroidery Design will be perfect not only for admirers of Eastern cultures.

In Indian culture embroidery is not just a women’s hobby, it is an acknowledged form of art. With great love for vivid colors, both Indian men and women traditionally wore richly embroidered clothes. Today the people of this country wear luxurious Sari and Sherwani only for celebrations, preferring regular clothes on weekdays. However, some traditions associated with the national costume have survived to the present day. For example, when the child is born, his grandmother begins to embroider a special shawl called Bagh. This painstaking manual work takes years. The finished shawl will be presented to the grandson or granddaughter for a wedding.

Indian border Machine Embroidery Design

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Floral pattern of the “Indian border” design was borrowed from Islam. Because Koran strictly forbids using images of animals or humans in any kind of decoration, people of Muslim culture for centuries developed intricate floral motifs. Appearing in India, this kind of embroidery design absolutely won the local population, and firmly entrenched in a range of traditional patterns. In contrast to Muslim ornament of leaves and flowers, quite restrained in color combinations, Indian embroidery possesses intensity and sometimes a real riot of colors.

Indian border Machine Embroidery Design would be a wonderful decoration for home textiles. The motif of red, blue, yellow flowers will look fantastic on white table cloths, serviettes or textile towels. Also such colorful embroidery is good for summer clothing, for example, it can decorate the hem of a long dress or a wide belt. Do not be afraid of bright ornament, it is the best way to maintain the summer mood.

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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: 20.06.2014