Machine Embroidery Design Christmas lanterns
On the most marvelous night of the year, when the magical sleigh is whooshing in the sky, it is duty of tiny twinkles of our windows’ lights to show Santa where to steer. Not so long ago lanterns, with flickering lights shimmering merrily from a distance afar, were St. Nick’s beacon lights but, with the electric lights’ appearance, part of old good lanterns’ charm is gone.

Machine Embroidery Design Christmas lanterns bring this fairytale enchantment back for us to fully embrace the traditional family feel of Christmas holidays.

Peaking through lace work of crystal ornamentation on window glass, one hopes to see room full of warm atmosphere of Christmas lights, glittering to familiar tunes, and family, gathered around a beautifully decorated table. Such a delightfully pleasant scene will envelope any frozen soul with real meaning of holidays. During the feast it is not only the relish of meal that we enjoy; little details of festive decorations are those, which touch our hearts.

Embroidered on table-covers, these enchanting lanterns will surely shine their way into our minds, unreeling best Noel memories. A napkin, folded on your lap, boasting this fantasy motive, will catch your eye during the dinner, immediately elates the cheer. Christmas cookies on that plate, which was passed through generations, adorned with decorative napkin of this ornament, is like a new frame of a cherished custom: you always look forward to a new way of tradition’s representation.

Machine Embroidery Design Christmas lanterns


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This ornament has it all for Christmastide: sweetness of vintage style, reminiscent of careless joy of children’s wishes; ethereal beauty of seasonal elements, represented by fragile crystals of the snowflakes; lush bright color of holy berries, rushing from the design’s ornamentation and, of course, the lavish sparkle of golden lights, emitted by the lanterns themselves.

The colors, which most elegantly portray the season’s highlights, will come out gorgeously on snow-hued fabric of any textile article. The feel of dark aged steel is adding to the vintage character of these lanterns. Gilded latticework of the three differs in each of them, which only adds to charm of the image. All the lanterns, though following the same style of décor, have their special traits, promoting us to embrace divergence of the world, at least during these holy days. One lantern is of big, layered frame, with gilded filigree arches of its facets emanating the light of its core. The stitching in this one is especially remarkable.

The light play over its shaped edgings makes the little vessel for light look like it is a fully dimensional model. Fairytales of artisan dwarves, dwelling under mountains, skillfully creating masterpieces of ore, come to our mind when we look at this lantern embroidery. The two smaller lanterns have more scrollwork embellishments, compensating for their size with more elaborate adornment. The network of their panes is slightly heavier from that of the big one. Red fair-curved vines support the lanterns among soft enchanted snowfall. The pattern of snowflakes, ethereal and verified, suggests beautiful chaotic harmony of nature’s art. This Christmas motive, embroidered on soft holiday decoration pieces, welcomes everybody with its cordial captivating charm, making miracles seem little more real.

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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.

Date: 28.08.2016