Classic and unusual in one, Machine Embroidery Design Round Blank Monogram attracts attention with its interesting implementation: it is asymmetrical in horizontal plane and looks as if divided in two. In the lower part the frame is richly decorated with lacy patterns that mimic floral ornament. Which doesn’t dominate in the upper half. This machine embroidery design as an addition to a monogram or a meaningful symbol will be chosen by those who appreciate individuality and extraordinary approach to decor.
Floral motif is one of the most common and second only to geometric. As for various fancy embroideries, the image representing intertwining branches, leaves and flowers, is undoubtedly the first to be used. It seems that such a tracery cannot be diverse, because the structure of plants across the globe is equal. However, in different cultures it acquired some distinctive features.
Machine Embroidery Design Round Blank Monogram
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Every nation in the world has favorite plants which not only grow on their territory but have become no less than cultural phenomenon. In Canada it is maple, maple leaf is even present on the flag of the country, in Japan – sakura and chrysanthemum, in Holland – tulip, in Mexico – cactus. Thistle is beloved in Scotland, legume and beans – in India, chamomile and sunflower – in Russia. The list is endless, but if you take a traditional floristic motif of any country, the most revered flora will necessarily be displayed in multiple forms.
Floral drawing has changed over time. In medieval Europe, vine and shamrock were popular. The Baroque era was conquered by peonies and tulips with their bright blossoms, then there on the foreground were roses, and later, in the period of art Nouveau iris and lily were in fashion.
Flora can be depicted in numerous ways. The decor can be very realistic as well as stylized and notional. Take, for example, one of the most well-known flower icons, Fleur-de-Lys. It is vaguely reminiscent of the original, but this interpretation is the most prevalent.
The Machine Embroidery Design Round Blank Monogram conditionally refers to floristic ornament. There are no clear-cut leaves and flowers, however, their shapes are unmistakable. Such a classic pattern will look great on any textile.