Machine Embroidery Design Elegant Red Christmas Tree

This delightful Christmas machine embroidery design can adorn table textiles, or become a part of other festive decor, for example, be placed on cushions, napkins, pouches and socks for gifts. Such an Machine Embroidery Design Elegant Red Christmas Tree will look gorgeous on a white background. You can also change the palette, and embroider a fir of sparkling silver color on deep-blue fabric or a golden one on traditional for winter holidays shades of red and green.

The first spruce was decorated for Christmas in German Strasbourg at the beginning of the 16th century. At least, no written sources indicating earlier date were found. Gradually this wonderful tradition spread throughout Europe and then conquered the rest of the world. People used to hang balls of colored glass on the tree. As well as all kinds of sweet treats, lighted candles and beautiful little angels. Many of the conventional decorations have a deeper meaning than it seems, as they were originally associated with symbols of the birth of Jesus Christ.

Machine Embroidery Design Elegant Red Christmas Tree 


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Nowadays Christmas trees are a common sight not just in Christian countries, because this custom has long lost religious orientation. Today conifers with glittering garlands have become a symbol of the beloved winter celebrations that unite people of different nationalities. Thus, one of the most impressive and original of the evergreen beauties appeared in 2010 in the United Arab Emirates. Probably, the residents and visitors of Abu Dhabi will forever remember the fir, embellished with balls of pure gold and silver, more than 180 gems and serpentine roads of jewelry. You have to admit, you don’t often see a tree worth $ 11 million.

Our Machine Embroidery Design Elegant Red Christmas Tree looks luxurious too. It is far less costly and time-consuming, as all machine embroidery designs from Royal Present Embroidery are perfectly digitized and can be easily converted into neat patterns. Such a dazzling beauty is not competing for a spot in the Guinness book of records. On your home textiles it will become a real Queen of the holiday!

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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: 08.09.2015