Aprons and potholders, decorated with such needlework would add cheerful spirit to cooking bustle and serve as clever housewarming gifts. Scrumptious buds, paraded in any order, will delightfully accessorize kitchen curtains or chair covers. Sweet embellishments would create a sunny atmosphere around any kitchen. Tote bags, embroidered with bright colored vegetable images, could become nifty grocery tripâs frill.
Machine Embroidery Designs Vegetables
Size: 68.0×100.0 mm (2.68×3.94 “), Stitches: 6418
Size: 78.0×100.0 mm (3.07×3.94 “), Stitches: 8345
Size: 65.0×100.0 mm (2.56×3.94 “), Stitches: 5852
Size: 60.0×100.0 mm (2.36×3.94 “), Stitches: 6217,
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, dat, jef, vp3, .sew, xxx
Such decoration theme is so considerate of kids, welcoming them in friendly way to a healthier lifestyle. Put sweet carrots and beetroots on their bedding sets, fable little stories in a cloudy-with-chance-of-meatballs style and you create a more cordial aura around their beneficial nutrients. Vegetables are nice trimming to babies clothes. Toddles would look adorable in pajamas or t-shirts, embroidered with âdaddy-long-leeksâ or âturnip pointsâ.
The images are designed to resemble real life vegetables with their authentic colors. The leek is sturdy and tall, with deep green leaves and tiny white roots. The stitching is so artfully arranged, that every part breathes with natural volume. Play of light gives nice dimension to the design. Whiteness of the turnip is not a stark one, but that of natural hues of the vegetables. Gentle streaks stand out both in texture and color.
The turnip frail tops with their light green color have vivid liking to the real ones. The beetâs greens with their juicy colors and dimensional stitching also resemble their farmsâ matches. The way the beet bulb is depicted is truly marvelous: colors are ripe and real, design doubles the real life one to a speck. The carrot, with its fluid green delicate tops and bright orange crop, promises nice juicy crunch.
Linen embroidered with vegetables is a wonderful gift idea for spring holidays, especially Easter. Freshness of these gardenâs fruits will look so inviting on usually light colored napkins and other table cloths.
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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.