Curious George was famous for his love of bananas. In fact he loved them so much that often made up stories about his favorite sweet fruit. He always told those stories to his little brother and sister. One of these fables was about a big shiny banana, which floated high in the night sky. Sometimes it was covered with a big yellow round hat, other times all monkeys could see it. All the three monkeys would often dream about flying to that morsel of deliciousness, which hang up there in the darkness.
Machine Embroidery Designs Lovers Monkeys on a moon and star show one of such dreams. Two long-tailed cuties by sheer miracle managed to rich the big banana, funny name, which they gave to the moon. The girl, with a sweet pink flower, was slightly nimbler and swung right on the crescent; the boy had to make do with a little star. They didnât think it would be so high, so now, soaring in the middle of vastness, they look a bit perplexed. It is remarkable how designers manage to represent such a sincere emotion of regret in the cutest way possible: tiny brows are raised and little mouths are open all expressing overwhelming surprise and a wee bit of worry.
Machine Embroidery Designs Lovers Monkeys on a moon and star
And only in the peanut eyes we see mischievous sparkle of an elfin romp. Rounded forms have gentle feel of dreamy fairytale, enveloping everything in softness and tenderness. The whole pattern is painted in sweet warm colors, beautifully accented by white sheen of starlight reflection. The crescent and the star are dyed in vanilla-ice-cream tone, with a dark sugar contour. Chocolate-colored monkeys have creamy faces and feet, which cast caramel shadows. The big toes are their best advantage in climbing up to the stars, but an itchy disadvantage in the ticklebugs play.
Such a delicious embroidery design will make any garment be your kidsâ favorite. Its soft dreamy feel suit perfectly for embellishment of nursery bed settings. Little blankets or tiny pillows would look adorable with this embroidery on. These motives, accompanied by lullabies and nursery rhymes like the âFive little monkeysâ song, would help your babies calm down and prepare for sweet dreams. Wall accents or even a handmade mobile would gladly boast such cute monkeys. Curious George themed birthday partiesâ decorations, including favor gifts bags, could be adorned with this sweet motive. Two little monkeys will be perfect garnish for gifts on baby showers welcoming twins.
These monkeys are pure peaceful joy to watch. Their kind innocent character suits perfectly for childrenâs textile pieces.
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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.