A free Machine Embroidery Design Monochrome grape is simple, but at the same time laconic and luxurious. It combines tenderness and elegance, romanticism and dreaminess.
This monochrome embroidery is perfect for festive elegant tablecloths, simple and not intricate, but at the same time exclusive table napkins, unusual kitchen towels. In addition, this design is perfect for decorating bed linen, decorative pillows and other home textiles.
Free Machine Embroidery Design Monochrome grapes can also be used for embroidering textiles for restaurants and cafes. So, tablecloths with this unique embroidered design will emphasize the interior of your restaurant, add to it even greater sophistication and nobility. And this is very important for every customer.
Made in the technique of satin stitch white on white, or color by color, this luxurious grapes embroidery design will decorate any room. The technique “white on white” is very popular among embroiderers. It is appreciated by them for a combination of simplicity and sophistication, casual and originality. In addition, to perform machine embroidery using this technique will be able to even a beginner.
Free Machine Embroidery Design Monochrome grapes
Size: 85.9×99.3 mm (3.38×3.91 “), Stitches: 10675
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .sew, .exp, dat, .vp3, xxx
In the 19th century such satin stitch embroidery was popular in France, Great Britain, Belgium, and Germany. Later it came to Russia, where became associated with the heavenly body, happiness, purity and beauty.
There is a meaning in the embroidery world: “Light fabrics require light designs.” This means that if you are embroidered on a thin fabric; choose non-dense designs with a small amount of stitches. That is why it is worth carefully selecting the design for the type of fabric. We recommend embroidering this original due to its simplicity grapes embroidery design on thin, non-dense white fabrics on kitchen towels (for example waffle towels), linen tablecloths or cotton items.
Do not forget about the correct stabilization. So, for kitchen towels, a tear-off stabilizer is ideal, and for tablecloths â a medium cut-away ones. About the choice of a suitable stabilizer you can read in our library.