Once the monogram was a privilege of aristocracy. Today beautifully decorated initial letters of the name are used more as decoration than as a status symbol. You can transfer them to fabric using precise and accurate machine embroidery, and if you want your monogram to be more noticeable, place it in an exquisite frame GOLD BAROQUE MONOGRAM BLANK.
Baroque is not just the art style, it is a whole era that seized Europe for two centuries â from the second half of the sixteenth to the mid-eighteenth century. The basic idea of Baroque was to deny the naturalness, which was considered a sign of savagery, barbarism and ignorance. Exaggerated picturesqueness, sophisticated lines and pomposity came to the forefront. No wonder that the Italian word “Baroque” translates as “fancy” or even “prone to excesses”.
Pompous Baroque with its ideals penetrated all spheres of cultural life of the Europeans, forever leaving an appreciable trace in architecture, painting, music, literature and, of course, in the history of fashion. For many people powdered wigs and tight corsets are among the first to come to mind at the mention of the word “baroque”. The interior of those times can easily be described as “gorgeous”: the abundance of gilding, the usage of expensive wood and marble turned the living rooms of the aristocracy to real museums.
Machine Embroidery Design Gold Baroque Monogram Blank
Perhaps, Baroque designers didnât know such terms as “too much” or “too many”. Although this style had its own laws, for example, strict symmetry. The decor was dominated by floral designs with ornate lines, a scattering of flowers and carved leaves of various shapes. An ideal illustration is the Machine Embroidery Design Gold Baroque Monogram Blank. Which in addition to lavish ornament is topped with a crown.
In combination with your monogram or a mascot image the frame GOLD BAROQUE MONOGRAM BLANK is perfect for decoration of personal belongings, such as bathrobes, towels or handkerchiefs. Likewise this embroidery will look great on table sets of tablecloths and serving napkins, textiles for living room and bedroom. Maybe as a decor for clothes and accessories. Don’t be afraid to put such beautiful and refined embroidery on display.
Machine Embroidery Design Gold Baroque Monogram Blank will look luxurious in golden color on white fabric. Or you can perform embroidery with a thread matching the cloth, as it is shown in the picture. Use satin threads to give the picture a three-dimensional look and to add expressiveness.
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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.