Machine Embroidery Designs Cute penguins

Machine Embroidery Designs Cute penguins is a set of 5 designs. They are suitable for children and adults with good sense of humor and open nature.

“Madagascar is a wonderful region, full of sunshine and bright exotic colors even during December period. The only shadow dimming this paradisial place is that Christmas is devoid of its traditional character”. This thought bothered Skipper so much, that he absolutely could not concentrate on the effective command of his crew. Kowalsky and Private noticed this decline in previously errorless demeanor of their chief and decided to act accordingly. An extra special force unit was summoned from coldest parts of the Earth, just in time for Christmas holidays. This secret team consisted of Skipper’s family.

Machine Embroidery Designs Cute penguins shows the excitement of Skipper’s family during preparations for the long trip to their dear solder.  It is a sweet funny motive, which would spread Christmas cheer in a cartoonish, adorable way. Often elegant ornamentations of holiday interiors intimidate the playful elfish air that children are so fond of. Little darlings wait this magical time the whole year and, the more wonderful fairytale attributes attire the Advent time, the better for them.

These amiable penguins live up to every child’s expectations of this holiday: delightful melodies filling the air, funny dancing moves, beautiful decorated tree, a great deal of gifts and present and a loving family, gathered with the cheer. Kids would be overfilled with joy to see this charming group of penguins, embellishing holiday table. Skipper’s relatives can pop up in twos or threes, to individual preference, on napkins and plate-mats, buoyantly reminding of Noel’s magical character.

Machine Embroidery Designs Cute penguins


Hoop size 130×180 mm – 5×7″ for any
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, dat, jef, vp3, .sew, xxx

The composition of the design is marvelous. The colors, schemes and ways they are represented are so alive, that they make the idea of penguins’ celebrating Christmas seem plausible. Father penguin blows a trumpet to engage his family in a cheerful dance. His melody could be heard only by those who still truly believe in Santa Clause and the North Pole miracles. The mother, as a truly stylish lady, knows that decorations mean a lot during Christmastide, so she brings a beautifully adorned little tree. The baby-penguin is pouring a light merry air into the celebrations. Colorful air balloons, representation of childhood dreams and wishes, are brilliant reminders of purity of this holiday. The grandmother and grandfather are carrying presents for their dear ones, because they like to spoil them with little tokens of their love.

Designers captured perfectly the funny moves of penguins. When the little things lift their feet in a swaying motion, one just cannot help but smile. Knitted accessories of the family are also beautifully done. One can discern almost every loop in the woven pattern, despite the minuscule size. The furry branches of tree look ample and really dimensional, due to the color variation and the stitching arrangement. Facets of the little golden star boast of real angles, because the light and shadow play is very realistic. The little trumpet is a real masterpiece. It shines just like the real one, making the rounded part feel really protruding from the surface of the image. Gift boxes boast of their rectangular forms, geometry of which is almost palpable. Cute idea is masterly accomplished up to the smallest detail.

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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: 25.11.2016