Quality machine embroidery is not just decoration on fabric, but also a way to show a part of your soul. As a rule, self-selected ornaments reveal a piece of human nature. They give away, say, a romantic person, the classics admirer or a creative personality. You can go further and embroider a monogram – a picture with the first letter of your name.
There was a time when only representatives of the upper class could afford such decoration as a monogram. Common people, in contrast to well-born nobles, didn’t have much reason to be proud of their names. The aristocrats, on the contrary, complemented anything with initials, even custom-made furniture or wrought-iron fences near their luxury houses.
Nowadays, the monogram is a popular element of decor, which has long gone beyond high society. We often demonstrate our capital letters in the signature, so why not place them on textiles? You may embroider two or more characters, especially if the pattern is created for couples or families. Such letters will look better if they are intricately intertwined among themselves to form a single unit.
Machine Embroidery Design Vintage heraldic blank monogram
If you decide to use a monogram as a decorative item, make sure itâs not lost on a large product. The embroidery will be more visible in a suitable frame, the one like Machine Embroidery Design Vintage heraldic blank monogram. This exquisite machine embroidery design can adorn any cloth, whether it is a serviette, bed linens, set of towels or some kind of a personal thing.
Machine Embroidery Design Vintage heraldic blank monogram will help you to create an original gift. Place in its center initials of the birthday boy or the date of marriage of your friends. As well as characters or figures you can embroider an image inside the motif. It may be a pretty angel, single flower or a whole bouquet, silhouette of an animal or even an abstract symbol.
Skillful technique and high quality will emphasize the beauty and special “Royal” style of this frame. All the machine embroidery designs from Royal Present Embroidery are highly precise, so the finished images look perfect on textiles. Use satin or silk threads to make the embroidery stand out on fabric of the same color.
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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.