Pencils Machine Embroidery Design

Pencils Machine Embroidery Design are 7 cheerful guys that are smiling all around. This colorful and positive machine embroidery design is created to bring joy and lift the spirits of children and adults. The pattern is especially relevant with the start of the new academic year. You can use it to decorate a school backpack or a fabric pencil case for writing utensils, as well as any other baby stuff.

Today, the pencil seems to be an ordinary subject that everyone’s got. We don’t think about the fact that its invention was more akin to scientific discovery. To some extent, it forever changed the world, particularly the world of painting. When slate pencils were not known, artists used thin silver wire. Its trace was impossible to erase, so the working with this “tool” required enormous skill.

Pencils Machine Embroidery Design


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Graphite-based pencil appeared only in the early 18th century. Then they were quite expensive, as the production of each one took about 5 days. Soft graphite rod heavily soiled hands and could brake easily, so people began to “dress” it in a wooden shell. The original pencil had a round cross-section, because or which it constantly rolled off the table. The first hexagonal pencil was made in 1851, and it retains such a convenient form to the present day.

Colored pencils are the closest relatives of plain black, but not siblings. In fact their rod is not graphite, but based on wax or special oil. In addition, the predecessors of the modern colored pencils appeared much earlier, in ancient times. For centuries artists have worked with wax- and oil-based materials. However, they got the shape of a pencil relatively recently – in the first quarter of the 20th century.

Now pencils of various shades are popular not just among professional painters. They give happiness to millions of children across the planet, allowing them to create their own magic “masterpieces” on paper. So funny Pencils Machine Embroidery Design are sure to appeal to kids who like to draw. This machine embroidery design contains all the colors of the rainbow. It will help young artists to get acquainted with the brightest colors of the surrounding world.

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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: 21.11.2014