These new designs nestle into a tradition of holidays in the country, with peaceful scenes of snowy fields and pine woods framed by beautiful birds and festive greenery. Bring a bit of the country to your holiday!
White Christmas is the best because festive days are pampered with snow covering everything outside and huge feathery snowflakes. This enchanting picture attracts your attention. The only thing you can do is to contemplate white serene scenery out of the window. Moments like these are marvelous warm memories of cold but strikingly gorgeous wintery spectacle.
Machine Embroidery Designs Cardinals in the Snow provides a wonderful opportunity to invite the outside beauty of snowy season inside the warmth of your homes. This enchanting collection of ethereal openwork of lovely cardinals, frosted pinecones and divine snowflakes will fill interior atmosphere with crisp aura of a snow enveloped forest. Fresh, crystal-like tone of these motives lightens up intense ambience of festive decorations.
Machine Embroidery Designs Cardinals in the Snow
In their feel, these motives have appearance characteristic of Red Work embroidery, with airy silhouettes of charmingly depicted scenes. Various colors, however, add certain elation and enthusiasm, which almost animate the images, separating their vibe from somewhat cartoonish representation of one-hue embroideries. Such elegant and sweet motives could be beautifully festooned on decorative pillows of both salons and bedrooms.
The size of the patterns and nature of their designs allows great play in their arrangement on textile pieces. In pillows the images could be embroidered in myriads ways: arrayed in chess-like fashion or aligning in a row, if smaller sizes are opted for. Solo representation is an admirable choice for larger sizes. Same goes for napery: napkins and plate-mats could don one of elements of the collection, while table runners and table-covers might accommodate several motives at the same time, as in wonderful border of ongoing elements or clusters of two or three images arranged in a loose line.
Kitchen interior would acquire exquisite character if such lacy embroidery patterns would touch functional and decorative elements of the scope. Curtains, embellished with these cheerful motives, will look lovely without interrupting light coming into the room. Kitchen towels and napkins could act as wonderful additional accessories to textile decoration of the room. Such a complete ornamented set would highlight domestic skills and style of any housewife.
Cardinals have an amiable aura about them; they thrive among snowflakes, lavishing overall whiteness of background with their bright colors. In embroidery, these fiery colored little birds would do just the same â bring their brilliance into the feel of textile.
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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.