This machine embroidery design is dedicated to all admirers of charming violets. Like a carefully assembled bouquet BLANK MONOGRAM VIOLETS makes a wonderful decoration for your initials. Place this delightful embroidery on personal items or home textiles, and delicate beauty of spring blossoms will always be with you.
Violet is a gentle floret, which is not large, but looks enchanting. It shows up in spring and blooms under the warm rays of the April sun on forest edges, meadows, and mountain slopes. Cultivars of the plant often adorn flowerbeds in gardens and city parks, delighting passers-by, who crave bright colors after a long winter.
Despite the name, the violets may be not just purple, but also pink, white, yellow, blue, and hybrid as well. Perhaps the best known of them is Viola tricolor, or heart’s ease, although other numerous varieties of these flowers are considered no less attractive. They are mostly grown because of their touching appearance, but some species are used in the perfume industry and even in medicine. So, several women’s perfumes were created thanks to the fragrant Wood violet.
Machine Embroidery Design Blank Monogram Violets
Size: 93.1×179.4 mm (3.67×7.06 “), Stitches: 2317
Formats: .dst, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, dat, jef, .vp3, xxx
Interestingly, the flowers that live in pots on the windowsills and are commonly called violets actually belong to quite another family of plants. Externally they are very similar to their garden namesake and even often referred to as African violets. However, the correct name of the flower is Saintpaulia in honor of Baron Saint Paul. He discovered it in the Usambara Mountains in the late 19th century. Popular among gardeners, this African beauty has all the chances to surpass its distant cousin from the Northern hemisphere. There are already more than 32 thousand different Saintpaulia. Whereas the number of species of violets does not exceed a thousand.
Anyway, all violets are good in their own way and have true worshippers. The most famous of their fans was the Empress Josephine. When she first met Napoleon she had no jewelry on, only some fragrant violets. Which were later used as an embellishment of her wedding dress too. They became a symbol of deep feelings of the Bonaparte couple. Every year Napoleon gave to his beloved wife these flowers on their wedding anniversary.
Machine embroidery design BLANK MONOGRAM VIOLETS looks no worse than a live bouquet. About such adorable patterns they say that they are pleasing to the eye and heartwarming.
A monogram will look striking in this frame, but if you want to create a larger floral composition, BLANK MONOGRAM VIOLETS can be supplemented with a lovely companion from the Royal Present Embroidery collection.