The glorious day of the Resurrection of Christ is considered the most important in Christian countries. It is accompanied by great joy and celebrated by millions of people. Every nation has their Easter traditions. For instance, in Western Europe and North America there is a belief about the EASTER RABBIT, which brings colored eggs and hide them in the nest. If you find the rabbitâs egg, you will have a wealthy, happy year.
The fact that a hare brings eggs sounds pretty weird to other cultures. After all, it is nor a chicken neither a duck, why was it chosen to play the role of an Easter hen? It turns out that in times of paganism in Germany the goddess Ostara was highly respected by people. She was responsible for the arrival of spring and fertility. A celebration in her honor was the day of the vernal equinox, and her emblem was a prolific rabbit. After conversion to Christianity, the Germans took the familiar animal as an Easter symbol. Besides, an ordinary chicken couldnât bring such wonderful painted eggs. But the magic Bunny might do it easily! So the EASTER RABBIT, “Osterhase”, became one of the most beloved children’s characters, first in Europe and then in America, where this tradition was brought by immigrants.
Easter Rabbit Machine Embroidery Design
In some countries in the morning of Resurrection Sunday parents hide chocolate eggs in colorful wrappers, and children, barely awake, joyfully rush to look for them. To find the nest of the EASTER RABBIT is a big good luck, and moreover, no child will refuse sweet treats.
Traditional Easter treats are not only tasty, but also very beautiful. Chocolate eggs and bunnies, all kinds of candies and other sweets are especially welcome after the lent. And not just for kids but for many adults too. Goodies are put on a festive table as well as presented to friends and acquaintances. Using Easter Rabbit Machine Embroidery Design you can make the gift a double pleasure, wrapping it in a tea-cloth with this cute themed embroidery.
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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.