Cutwork machine embroidery design BULLFINCH RICHELIEU shows the amazing beauty of this remarkable style. Agree that cutwork, or Richelieu, embroidery differs from the usual patterns on fabric. Neat slits give it a special charm and turn even the most ordinary cloth into exquisite lace. Use it to adorn tablecloths, bedding, thin towels and napkins, and your home textiles will shine in new splendor.
The bullfinch is a small bird with a stocky build, bright plumage, and pleasant voice. On the machine embroidery design BULLFINCH RICHELIEU it looks modest, but no less pretty. It sits on a branch with a large flower, so the composition in general seems very sweet and romantic. Such patterns for embroidery machines are good not only for home textiles but also for decorating women’s and children’s clothing.
Cutwork Machine Embroidery Design Bullfinch Richelieu – 3 sizes
Formats: .pes, .pec, .hus, .vip, .dst, .exp, .sew, .dat, .vp3, xxx, jef
BULLFINCH RICHELIEU resembles some vintage decor, and this is no accident. This kind of embroidery appeared in the 16th century. Ladies from noble families practiced it, not simple girls. Among the aristocracy the embroidery was so popular, that sometimes even men allowed themselves to have such a “feminine” hobby. As they say, one of them was the famous French cardinal Richelieu. According to one version, due to this the cutwork embroidery got its name.
Richelieu always looks unusual and very beautiful. Itâs absolutely clear that to create these motifs a person requires not just diligence and perseverance, but great skill. Really, a single wrong move of scissors, and youâll have to start the work all over again. The product will be hopelessly flawed too. Patterns for embroidery machines in the Richelieu style from Royal Present Embroidery will become real helpers for a needlewoman. With them, the embroidery will take much less time, and the result will please with the high quality.
After the work with your embroidery machine is done, donât hurry to take up the scissors. The picture will look better if you first iron the finished embroidery from the wrong side. Then make a tiny cut on the front side, and then from the inside cut out unnecessary material. The scissors should be tilted in the direction of the loopy seam. By the way, they must interlock tightly and be sharp. Do not neglect these little tricks as they will help you to create perfect Richelieu embroidery.
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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.