Machine Embroidery Design Blue Gzhel Pattern which is going to be a perfect decoration for snow-white textiles. Kits for table serving, bed linen, decorative napkins and cushions will become special and unique with this design. The delightful ornament is borrowed from Russian culture, but its beauty is universal and needs no translation into another language. Once the motifs in blue tones appeared on the white porcelain. Today you can easily transfer one of them to fabric by an embroidery machine.
Original technique of painting on porcelain tableware and earthenware is called “Gzhel”. Scientists havenât come to an agreement about the origin of this word. Most likely, it has a direct relationship to the name of the area where the craft originated. The history of Gzhel is calculated not in tens but in hundreds of years. However, in the modern world products of Gzhel enterprises continue to command interest and demand. The secret lies not only in the appeal of the ornamentation. Each article is painted by hand and, therefore, carries a piece of the artistâs soul.
Machine Embroidery Design Blue Gzhel Pattern
Size: 192.8×198.3 mm (7.59×7.81 “), Stitches: 33528
Formats: pes, .pec, .hus, .vip, .dst, .exp, .sew, .dat, .vp3, .jef, xxx
When the master starts working, there is just an impersonal blank in front of him. First, he applies blue cobalt. This is an unusual paint. In the process, it seems black, and tones and semitones depend on the thickness of the layer. Then he covers the image with the white glaze, and the product looks just white before final firing. Only during heat treatment, the top layer becomes transparent, and the cobalt gets its recognizable blue-purple shade.
Machine Embroidery Design Blue Gzhel Pattern is made in the best traditions of Russian masters. It is full of tiny details that give the picture the look of delicate lace. Each element is absolutely in its place, so the whole motif seems harmonious and well-thought. By the way, you can recognize the authentic Gzhel by the abundance of details. Artists are not limited to broad strokes and carefully draw all curls of intricate ornaments.
Thanks to pleasant, low-key colors, BLUE GZHEL PATTERN turns to be a decoration, suitable for almost any interior. It will be a wonderful embellishment for a romantic bedroom, utilitarian dining room or understated living room. Circular patterns for embroidery machines look excellent on decorative pillows, but they are great on other textiles too. For instance, place the design in the center of a tablecloth, and complement the edges with a matching border.
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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.