luttered and very cute Machine Embroidery Design Pocket Panda will delight not just fans of these rare animals, but also all those who appreciate extraordinary decor in clothing. The bear looking out from a breast pocket will improve the mood of its owner and people around him as well. The design is made in hand embroidery style, which gives it a special charm and expressiveness.In the wild the Giant Panda lives exclusively in China, in the mountainous areas of the central part of the country. The number of these animals is considered to be a bit more than two thousand that makes them particularly protected by the state. In PRC there is death penalty for killing pandas.
Panda is a national treasure and symbol of China. From Chinese its name translates as “big bear cat”, probably because the animal has a longer tail than other bears. Panda belongs to predators, as it has a similar digestive system, however, eats mainly bamboo. As a symbol of rational vegetarianism this creature often acts as a logo in propaganda against eating meat.
Machine Embroidery Design Pocket Panda
In zoos, pandas are rarely seen, as nowadays it is prohibited to sell them outside of China. The single way to get this animal is to rent it for 10 years for 10 million dollars. Moreover not just the bear, but its possible cubs will remain the property of the PRC. In addition pandas need specific conditions, which only the world’s largest zoos can afford and create. These days, only in six countries apart from China people can look at the living representatives of the species.
Machine Embroidery Design Pocket Panda is ideal for open-minded and warmhearted people. After all, the Panda is a large and gentle creature, which needs cautious treatment and care on the part of humanity. In your pocket, the bear will feel good, and his friendly face will repel negative thoughts and unnecessary worries. The Chinese believe that such a talisman also helps its wearer to preserve youth and health for years to come.
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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.