Machine Embroidery Design Petrykivka painting

Petrykivka painting is not only bright and sunny patterns, but also the last squeak of fashion. Due to the fact that embroidered ornaments have returned to fashion and are now at the peak of their popularity, our design in the style of Petrykivka painting will be simply important for you. It will bring bright colors and warm shades into your life, and will also make the interior of the house unusual and marvelous.

In addition, machine embroidery design Petrykivka painting from Royal Present collection of folk machine embroidery designs will help create an individual style in clothes and stand out from the crowd.

The popularity of this painting is committed to the Ukrainian village Petrykivka, which is located in the Dnepropetrovsk region. Even in ancient times, local women decorated with painted ornaments walls, furniture, and tableware. They even organized whole competitions, and tried to make the painting more beautiful than the neighbor did.

Machine embroidery design Petrykivka painting can be embroidered anywhere, on festive clothes, decorative napkins and towels, paintings, pillows. This pattern is quite multicolored. That is why you should choose only dense fabric. Also, we recommend you to use cut-away stabilizer.

By the way, pillows with this ethnic pattern from our folk machine embroidery designs will be the highlight of your interior. The suede pillows will be original and really unusual. You can embroider the design simply on the cushion cloth or using the reverse appliqué technique.

The reverse appliqué technique, or as it is also called reverse appliqué means that the appliqué fabric (and in our case embroidery with Petrykivka painting) is placed under the basic fabric that acts as a background. In our case, it can be suede or velour. Then the necessary holes are cut in the background, through which the lower fabric becomes visible. The result becomes quite interesting.
Such suede pillows will look noble and spectacular. They are suitable not only for the home, but even for the car’s salons.

Machine Embroidery Design Petrykivka painting


Size: 190.0×190.0 mm (7.48×7.48 “), Stitches: 57871
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, .sew, .dat

To decorate suede pillows with this design and the reverse appliqué technique, you will need:

•  Suede fabric
•  Cut-away stabilizers with glue and non-glue basis
•  Machine Embroidery Design Petrykivka painting
•  Fabric glue stick

In fact, this technique is not as difficult as it seems at first. At the beginning you need to embroider the design on the fabric. To do this, use a cut-away stabilizer and a hot iron if you use glue type, or fabric glue stick for non-glue stabilizer. Please note that the temperature of the iron should be suitable for the type of fabric. Otherwise, you can damage it. Embroider the design.

Now you can set the embroidery design aside. Then you need to put the contours on fabric you have chosen for decorative pillows. These can be squares or circles. It all depends on your fantasy. You can put such contours in which you want to see these ethnic patterns. To do this you should put the cut-away glue stabilizer to the wrong side of the pillow`s fabric and mark a circle with the help of the soup. It is not recommended to use chalk, since it will be difficult to remove it from the fabric.

Tip: Choose a design in the form of flowers, so that all the pillow elements are fit together.
– Carefully cut the elements along their contour leaving 1.5 cm for overlapping. You can do this with a sharp blade or knife. To make the pillow creative, the cut-out holes should be medium or large size.
– Put the embroidery on a table and the cloth above. Then place the fabric in such a way that the embroidery looks beautiful in the holes.
– After all you should sue the fabric with machine embroidery design Petrykivka painting inside the suede. Sew the resulting details and distribute the filler evenly.

The pillow is ready for using. It will become simply an indispensable element of any decor.

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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: 22.10.2015