WINNIE-THE-POOH without a doubt is among the favorite fairy-tale characters of millions of kids and their parents. This is not surprising because he is so cute! Using the presented machine embroidery design, you can transfer the portrait of the bear on textiles. It will brighten the child’s clothing with its presence, or find a suitable place in the interior of the playroom. Such patterns for embroidery machines are a true gift for needlewomen, especially as it’s available for free on our website.
What do we know about this bear? He looks great, has a kind heart and just loves honey. Sweet treat sometimes occupies all his thoughts. However, as he often says himself, he doesn’t have so many thoughts, and long words do really scare him. Let Winnie the Pooh is not very clever, but he is always ready to help his friends. At such moments, his mind can create quite sensible ideas.
Free Machine Embroidery Design Winnie the Pooh
Size: 83.4×168.7 mm (3.28×6.64 “), Stitches: 13914
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .exp, .sew, .dat, .vp3
Once the rain started to pour in the Hundred Acre Wood, and did not seem to end. It flooded the paths and glades, and crept up to the houses of the animals. Some climbed on the branches of trees, others – into hollows, but tiny Piglet was absolutely helpless. He could only sit by the window and wait for aid. In this hour of need Winnie the Pooh turned out to be the most resourceful. He offered to sail to Piglet’s home in an umbrella. So the piggy was rescued, and Winnie became a hero of the Hundred Acre Wood.
In real life WINNIE THE-POOH was a beloved toy of the author’s son. His name he received after the bear-girl from the London zoo, so to the British this character seems doubly funny. After all, he inherited a typically female name, short for Winifred. In fact, little Christopher Robin was so impressed by the meeting with a live bear that called his plush friend Winnie without hesitation.
Unbelievable, but Winnie will soon be 100 years old! He first appeared on the pages of the book by Alan Milne in 1926. During his long life, he took part in many stories, poems, children’s plays and radio dramas, and, of course, cartoons. Free Machine Embroidery Design WINNIE THE POOH a bit naive, good-natured and simply adorable bear that will delight not only a child, but you too!