Did you know that embroidery is not just the crafts of the housewives and their hobby, but also a real art? This skill conquers people all over the world in a variety of ways. In history, many facts are known, when embroidery or some embroidered elements became a real treasure for noble and noble persons.
For example, one of the most valuable trophies of Alexander the Great in the victory over King Darius III was a tent embroidered with luxurious silk patterns. The commander was subjugated by the delicate work of Cypriot craftsmen. He ordered them to make an equally luxurious cloak.
Can you imagine how much people admired the look of embroidery in those days? Notable persons strove to decorate their outfits and interior items with embroidery, and also tried to master this occupation independently.
Machine Embroidery Design Luxury classic
Size: 198.0×240.0 mm (7.80×9.45 “), Stitches: 59316,
Size: 156.8×190.0 mm (6.17×7.48 “), Stitches: 47116
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Nowadays, interest in embroidery does not stop fading and many world leading brands use embroidery in their collections. If you follow up on modern aesthetics you should know how popular embroidery is. The only difference in this craft of the past and today is that modern masters are much easier to perform even the most intricate forms, thanks to the technology of machine embroidery.
Note Machine Embroidery Design Luxury classic and just think, how difficult it is to embody this charming composition in life. Extraordinary detail and a variety of colors requires extraordinary accuracy, concentration and patience. In addition, such an intricate picture cannot be carried into life in a short period of time.
Fortunately, machine embroidery gives the opportunity to modern people without a relatively serious effort to get such a chic design at their disposal. Even in a fast rhythm of life and constant bustle, each of us can take advantage of the benefits of civilization and technical process. The way is to embellish your interior with such 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.