Machine embroidery design Estonian Folklore pattern is part of our collection of colorful Estonian embroidery. Despite its simplicity, it is not inferior in beauty to the largest and most saturated patterns. All ingenious is simple. Often we hear this phrase. And this uncomplicated design is a vivid confirmation of this.
Are you looking for an original and at the same time an easy way to decorate your clothes and interior? Then this simple embroidery will come to your rescue.
A pleasant combination of colors pleases the eye of everyone. Saturated and bright colors of the color palette will give anything a fabulous originality. By the way folklore embroidery of different peoples is considered one of the trends in the world of machine embroidery.
Estonian embroidery has its traditional composition. Bright red poppies, white daisies and blue-eyed cornflowers. Agree, it is an incredible combination.
Such embroidery will be original to the decor, made in the folk style. With its help you can create eye-catching gimmicks. For example, original cup holders for the kitchen will please with its unusual. Embroidered panels for the living room will become a bright “spot” in the interior. Machine embroidery design Estonian Folklore pattern is even suitable for creating pillows with an imitation of quilting.
Machine Embroidery Design Estonian Folklore Pattern
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After all, this pattern is made in the form of a square. And this means you can place this pattern on the pillow four times. Especially chic such flowers will look on the usual classic white background.
In addition, Machine embroidery design Estonian Folklore pattern is perfect for decorating wardrobe items. For example, you can create an interesting option of machine embroidery on your pockets.
Machine embroidery on pockets is not as complicated as it seems. Let’s talk about its main points.
First, not embroider on the product itself. Otherwise, you can spoil not only the embroidery, but the clothes themselves. In that case, it’s best to turn your pocket.
Secondly, it is necessary to cut the stabilizer much larger in size than the fabric itself. So it will be easier for you to hoop it. This is especially important if you do not have a suitable size of hoops.
Thirdly, it is important to choose the right needle for the type of tissue and thread. This will help avoid skipping stitches or unnecessary loops.
Fourth, try always to cut off unnecessary threads, after each color transition.
Finally, pay attention to the fact that during the embroidery excess fabric does not fall under the needle.
Successful embroidery process to you!