Machine embroidery design Three funny polar bears is an excellent decoration for Christmas and New Year. It is perfect for festive table setting: for tablecloths or serviettes. Three merry fellows in colorful hats and scarves, dancing and playing the trumpet, will bring a good mood to all sitting at the Banquet table.
The design involves the use of white thread, but the polar bearâs fur is not actually white, but colorless, and the hairs are hollow inside. In the environment surrounded by white snow fur seems blond, but over time it can turn yellow or even slightly green. This happens because the hollow hairs fill with dirt or even the smallest algae, if the animal lives in a warm environment, for example, at a zoo.
The fur of a polar bear gives great protection from the cold and doesnât go wet, after swimming itâs just enough to shake all the water off. The pads of the paws are covered with fur too, so that the animal doesnât slip on the ice.
Machine Embroidery Design Three funny polar bears
Few people know that polar bears, the owners of thick blond fur, have black skin. Only their nose and pads can give this secret away.
The image of a polar bear is familiar to almost everyone from childhood. Because of the frequent appearance of these animals in fairy tales and cartoons as good characters – polar bears seem sweet and kind. But they are actually carnivorous predators, very dangerous to humans. The bear can easily knock down a grown man with one punch of a powerful paw. In spite of this, a lot of polar explorers tried to tame polar bears. Feeding them canned meat and sugary condensed milk. Many say that this milky sweet treat is especially loved by bears.
After the Christmas holidays donât hurry to hide home textiles embellished with machine embroidery Three polar bears in the far corner of your closet. On 27 February the whole world celebrates International Polar Bear Day. It’s the perfect excuse to re-arrange a holiday in the company of three charming guys.
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.