Window shopping during Christmas time is an enchanting experience. Even brief trips to the office or grocery shops are filled with beautiful displays of most elaborate nativity scenes or gorgeous sleighs, which are ornamented with sparklers, garlands and holies. Contemplation of all the magical details and tiny reflections of Christmas lights make such walks little bit longer but oh-so much more magical. Frost bitten noses and cheeks is small price for this marvel, especially when at home, in the coziness of decorated fireplaces, we can envelope ourselves in the warmth of soft blankets.
The cutest friends of Santa Clause are adorably portrayed in the collection of machine embroidery designs Big Ole Bear Christmas. These gigantic snowballs know more than just a thing or two about excitement of winter fun. Including sleigh navigating, positioning of Christmas stockings and candy munching. Now, on behalf of Santa, they share their skills with us, through these adorable embroidery motives.
Machine embroidery design Christmas bear holding candy cane is a favorite story of the sweet-toothed bear. All through the year he takes great care of his figure. With all the gift wrapping and garlands hanging he loses weight, and it is just a so hear-breaking thing for all bears around the world. Based on a special scientific research, written by Winnie-the-pooh, candy canes and other sweets help this strain. So, a secret admirer gave our bear this huge candy cane wrapped in a beautiful polka-dots ribbon. Magic of Christmas showed itself again!
Machine embroidery design Christmas bear
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Machine embroidery design Christmas bear and snowman hints on a funny and a little bit awkward episode of the northern holidays. Our sweet bear has a slightly embarrassed look because he broke his skis in a most goofy way possible: he whooshed right into a big snowman, his dear friend. Two white friends donât like to talk about that moment, and only this embroidery shows what happened.
Fascinating stories, real and fantastic, gather families and friends during Christmastide. Childhood memories of such cozy moments make winter days warm and cheerful. Fables of polar bears give this cordial aura not only due to the adorable motive of the design, But also because of the traditional way of its composition. Red Work embroidery, with its vintage fairytale silhouettes, share their time-honored charm with the items, they are embellished on. Red stitching on snowy background reminds of frosted holy berries, splashing against the pearly silver of winter raiment. Bold interpretation of the tradition allows reverse of the two colors: red background with white stitching â Santaâs favorite variation. White textile with such elegant embroidery would acquire enchanting feel of fairytale lacework.
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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.