If you will look at this picture by chance, not while just picking up a thematic one, you will be caught by it. You will be attracted by the simple, but simultaneously refined outlines of the ballerina, hardening in dance. It seems the dancer will flutter from fabric and lead you away in the world of ballet. A solid graphic design underlines the grace and beauty of the girl even more. Thus, Machine Embroidery Design Young ballerina will certainly attract those who see this work. So let you become its possessor and inspire people on compliments.
As it is generally known, ballet pose Arabesque is widely used in art. It has some variations, but all of them are perfect. Artists and photographers like to imprint ballerinas exactly in such poses. Therefore, having made this beautiful Machine Embroidery Design Young ballerina, you will surpass masters of art. Moreover, variation of 3 sizes, allows harmoniously set the picture on a fabric. If your fantasy suddenly activates, you can design a ballet group. Although, even this single prima ballerina is able to “bring success to presentation”.
Machine Embroidery Design Young ballerina
Besides, just one-color threat in the embroidery gives an opportunity of its application on any color of a fabric. This character harmoniously looks on the upper border of a fabric, in the center, and on an edge. Such picture can’t but inspire those, who begin ballet dancing or aims to become graceful, as a ballerina! This embroidery presentation can start a conversation or give occasion to an acquaintance.
If you want some attention, or wish to hearten someone, make this present. Souvenir embroidery will become an original gift to the teacher of dances or a beginning ballet-dancer. Design Ballerina will be appraised and, certainly, there are those in your surrounding who deserve it!
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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.