Magical winter holidays, Christmas and New Year, are coming, so it’s time to think about decorations for your home. Pay extra attention to textiles, whether it’s a set of table linen, towels or a small cushion. The ideal solution will be neat Machine Embroidery Design Christmas mistletoe wreath. This pattern for embroidery machines will help you to create a wonderful composition on fabric and beautify the interior!
A wreath is a classic Christmas decoration. Traditional wreath is made of fir branches, and four large candles complement it. They are not lit simultaneously, but one by one. The first candle lights up a month before Christmas, on Sunday, the second – after a week and so on. This heartwarming tradition comes from the Lutheran pastor Johann Hinrich Wichern. In 1839 he made the first wreath with candles, so that his fosterlings knew how many days were left until the Holy celebration.
Machine Embroidery Design Christmas mistletoe wreath
Today, Christmas wreaths are very diverse, but candles are quite rare in them. Red bows, beads, figurines of angels and even twinkling lights have taken their place. Often there are branches of a mistletoe – a very interesting evergreen shrub. It has a spherical shape and never touches the ground, a parasite on trees. However, despite such a way of life and the harm to other plants, the mistletoe symbolizes happiness and prosperity.
The British were the first to use mistletoe as an embellishment. This was long before the mass distribution of Christmas trees. The ancient Celts thought the plant was sacred, and that one touch of the mistletoe could cure any disease. Also they believed a bundle of thin twigs would protect from dark magic. Similar beliefs are common among other peoples. For example, in Scandinavia, the mistletoe has long been considered a symbol of peace.
Machine Embroidery Design Christmas mistletoe wreath is going to be a nice addition to textiles. It looks fabulous with its bright, really Christmas colors – the combination of red and green. This machine embroidery design will be perfect on a light background, especially on white tablecloths and napkins. Such expressive details are exactly what creates a festive mood and brings great joy.
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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.