Free Machine Embroidery Designs Sewing Fairy Redwork for advanced embroiderers who can work wonders using a needle and thread. These lovely designs are made in an interesting technique of REDWORK, which comes from Victorian England. Despite its age, it is frequently used in decor today. As mistresses at all times were looking for unusual new ways to beautify their houses and to improve their entourage.
Redwork was often combined with patchwork, when various one-piece products were sewn out of remnants and scraps of material. In our days this type of craft got an English name “patchwork”, although the practice of making cloths from scraps existed among many peoples of the world. Tissues, especially painted in vibrant colors, were expensive, and to throw away even the tiny crop was a luxury. Agree that patchwork and redwork with such similarity of names had to be together, and this union was extremely successful.
Free Machine Embroidery Designs Sewing Fairy Redwork
Size: 118.0×146.0 mm (4.65×5.75 “), Stitches: 3472
Size: 118.0×119.2 mm (4.65×4.69 “), Stitches: 4813
Size: 118.0×146.6 mm (4.65×5.77 “), Stitches: 4585
Size: 118.0×137.4 mm (4.65×5.41 “), Stitches: 3314
Size: 118.0×165.6 mm (4.65×6.52 “), Stitches: 5191
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, .sew, .dat, xxx, vp3
In the mid-19th century Redwork embroidery style gained immense popularity. Invented in Turkey stable dye made it possible to produce bright red threads and fabrics, affordable to all segments of society. Needlewomen immediately grasped the novelty and soon many homes were decorated with red motifs on a white base. First, skilled craftswomen transferred a sketch onto the canvas, and then did red stitches around the outline of the drawing. Thus they adorned home textiles and clothing, turning usual things into original.
Free Machine Embroidery Designs Sewing Fairy Redwork are perfect for combining with patchwork. White squares with embroidery can be sewn staggered to squares of colored fabric matching the pattern, composing thus the whole quilt or blanket. It is not necessary to use the intended shades, after all, along with redwork there are bluework, greenwork and any other options to your taste.
A set of cute designs from Royal Present Embroidery attracts attention, and it will look excellent on home textiles. The Free Machine Embroidery Designs Sewing Fairy Redwork cause very pleasant, positive emotions, make people smile and distract from worries and concerns. Their cheerful little faces will be a true mascot for craftswomen, who decide to invite these magic guests in the house and offer them to take an appropriate place in the interior.