Floral embroidery designs are ever in and out fashion things. With a new bohemian tide of fashionistasâ preference flowers in bold and delicate framing are welcomed more and more.
Floral needlework asked for most often is the one with folklore color to it. There should be motives of magical flowers, ample in hue and outlines, usually combined with matching in tone and size leafage and other florets. Desirable colors are bold but not trumpery, with distinctive coloration of areas, chosen to stand out from the rest of the array.
Traditional Hungarian Machine Embroidery Design is the perfect bouquet, gathering both elements of blooming ornamentation and coloring palette rooted in songs and fairy tales of mysterious and enchanting Transylvania. There are all the mythical components in this pattern: brightly colored bold fully open flowers are accompanied by gentle petals of fine tiny blossoms all united by the same frond with abundance of playful leaves. Nature of flowers in this pattern, honored by Hungarian custom, is that of meadows and free pastures.
Traditional Hungarian Machine Embroidery Design
Size: 88.0×82.8 mm (3.46×3.26 “), Stiches: 13620
Size: 119.4×112.6 mm (4.70×4.43 “), Stiches: 18548
Wild character of the mystic land finds its outline in the choice of flowers, traditionally favored in embroidery. Lilies of the valley with their delicate softness atone for the bold richness of poppies. Forget-me-nots, ranging in size and pastel hues adorn the bouquet, providing spots of lush delicateness. Leaves, embracing vibrant flowers, thin the image just enough for the eye to joy at naturalness of ever blooming fairytale motives. Plump stitching, playing with hues and volume of thread work, result in great density combination, touching just the right proportion of both.
Pattern of such diverse character, embracing wildness and gentleness, could be used on a very wide range of items, personal and interior decorating. Handbags with boho elements, embroidered on the face side, become vogue addition to your style. Shirts with this embroidery, single or manifold sewn, express casual chic, suitable for many occasions. Throw pillows and other linen welcome such a fresh efflorescent design.
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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.