Arabesque is the complex ornaments in the oriental style. Typically, these patterns consist of geometric shapes and plant elements. In addition, arabesque is also a calligraphic alphabet ornamentation on Arabica. Especially popular arabesques were in the Renaissance, when hand-drawn and embroidered ornaments were popular. Over time, they lose some of their meaning. Therefore, arabesques began to call any bizarre ornaments, which consisted only of plant motifs. Just at this time, embroidered arabesques spread widely.
Arabesques were embroidered almost everywhere. In addition, they were built, on one or several repetitions of fragments of the same pattern. This tradition is popular even nowadays.
In modern embroidery, arabesques are not as popular as borders, or animal and flowers, embroidery. However, they combine many interesting, unusual and original lines, fragments and patterns. That is why we offer our customers a new collection of arabesques for embroidery, which undoubtedly will attract with its simplicity and intricate forms.
Heirloom Christening Machine Embroidery Design is perfect for embroidery on christening dresses. It fits well with crosses and can be combined with them into one complete embroidery. You can find a variety of both Orthodox and Catholic crosses, as well as other heirloom machine embroidery patterns.
Heirloom christening embroidery design
As often christening dresses are sewn from satin, we will tell you about the features of embroidery on these delicate fabrics and hope that our tips will make the embroidery process easier and more understandable.
~ It is necessary to hoop the fabric gently. Because the fabric is tender and easy to damage. Consider the fact that there may be traces from the hoop on the fabric. Therefore, always try first to embroider on the small piece of fabric. If there is no such possibility, only hoop the stabilizer, and with the help of fabric-glue stick, attach the fabric from the top, without hooping it.
~ For better embroidery quality of heirloom machine embroidery patterns, you can use a water-soluble stabilizer on top.
~ Since the fabric is very slippery, you can use an additional sticky tape for the hoop (for example, the manufacturer Edmund). It is a two-sided tape. One side is sticky, and the other is rubberized. This tape will prevent slipping fabric from the hoop.
~ You can embroider with any type of thread on this fabric, but the most popular are viscose threads.
To learn more about threads for machine embroidery visit our blog area and read about this in the article “Choosing the right threads for machine embroidery. Part 1”
If everything is properly adjusted, and you take into account the peculiarities of embroidery on such delicate fabrics, embroidering the Heirloom Christening Machine Embroidery Design, as well as other heirloom machine embroidery patterns, will not be a big deal for you.
Note: by expanding Heirloom Christening Machine Embroidery Design by 45 degrees, you can create original embroidered tablecloths and napkins for a special festive evening.