All kinds of ornaments are composed of recurring elements that form a rhythmic structure with no apparent beginning or end. The element of Floral Indian ornament with the help of your embroidery machine can be turned into a bright and elegant border for decoration of home textiles and clothing.
Floristic motifs are probably the most popular in the world culture. Their variations are innumerable, because the patterns, taken from nature itself. Are so diverse that no catalog can accommodate them all. Elaborately intertwining branches, leaves and flowers is a decor solution, which will never go out of fashion.
Machine Embroidery Design Floral Indian ornament is done in rich vivid colors. Yellow is quite strong and energetic, it seems to bear the entire sunlight. Green has a calming effect, bringing comfort and peace of mind. At first glance the mixture of these colors is too flashy, but in reality, in a duo they look very harmoniously and complement each other.
The combination of yellow and green is a bright invention of nature. Recall, as an illustration, a field of dandelions in spring, summer sun-drenched meadows, ripe apples and pears on the branches, vibrant sunflowers in the garden. A cheerful set of these colors improves the mood, gives a charge of vivacity and positive. It’s not annoying, but on the contrary, helps to be more optimistic.
Machine Embroidery Design Floral Indian ornament
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In the cold season, the pattern of yellow-orange flowers and leaves the shade of young grass will remedy the lack of sunlight and saturated coloring, and thus help to perk up the most gloomy day.
Machine Embroidery Design Floral Indian ornament is a wonderful decoration for your clothes or interior. Such intricate, but at the same time, uncluttered design is ideal for home textiles – it can adorn the edge of a tablecloth or a towel. If you want to add a vivid touch to the room decoration, use the border as an edging for cushions, furniture covers and heavy curtains. It will be great on dark fabrics that will accentuate the beauty of this expressive design.
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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.