Vintage Rose engraving calligraphic Victorian style Embroidery Design

With the rise of British period TV dramas, we see more and more those retro years’ esthetics in fashion and home decoration themes. First it was all Downtown Abbey’s delicate charm. Then it sharpened to Peaky Blinders’ piercing allure. Now, together with Taboo’s breathtaking thrill, all of them reign supreme, promoting vintage charm of good old Victorian England. Yep, England with its sharp vintage fashion seems to have conquered minds of the world once again. And Royal Present Embroidery is all for the going back to the roots. That’s why we’ve constantly updating our collection of vintage patterns. Today Vintage Rose Engraving Calligraphic Victorian Style Embroidery Design will lead the stylish journey. With this take to the theme of traditional English rose anyone can join the winning Olde Britain trend.

Vintage rose engraving calligraphic Victorian style Embroidery Design


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Indulge in peculiar multiform charm of the bygone era with Vintage rose engraving calligraphic Victorian style Embroidery Design. There’s frailty and certain hardness, romance and chill, all combined together. Due to the nature of the flower itself, the design is enveloped in fanciful sentiment. However, the whimsical side of the pattern is balanced by the arrangement of its composition. It’s sharp, pronounced and all-together streamlined.

The pattern is almost like light linear toil, but still not quite yet. Despite same transparent background and overall delicateness of lines, this English rose has a more embossed visage then usual toils. Such engraved quality adds to the rose flower certain air, which makes it be less brittle and crisp. Still light and delicate, this Victorian style embroidery design is also richer and more visually prominent too. It’s a perfect reflection of such a fantastically complex period trend!

Take a few clever hints

Whether you love gentle ruffles and puffy sleeves or gothic take on Victorian fashion, you absolutely need this English rose. Take a few clever hints on how to turn Vintage Rose Engraving Calligraphic Victorian Style Embroidery Design into most projects.

1 – Wall embroidery accent, engraved with Vintage Rose. Feeling nostalgic of Downtown Abbey’s iconic sceneries? Thinking of recreating them in your own abode? Frame Vintage Rose Engraving Calligraphic Victorian Style Embroidery Design into a wall art. Classic floral theme with such a delicate retro character will recreate the right sentiment. Use two, three or four pieces to add sweet vintage touch to interiors of various rooms. Depending on background fabric, the trick will work great for bedrooms and kitchens, for studies and living rooms too.

2 – Decorative pillows and throws, embroidered with Vintage Rose. Besides retro wall art pieces, Victorian-era appeal can be channeled through pillows and cushions, throws and also shams. Embroider the rose pattern on these interior textiles and enjoy charm of the heritage chic.

3 – Leather and denim jackets, embroidered with Vintage Rose. These variants are for those, who love mixing modern, edgy and vintage. Work Vintage Rose Engraving Calligraphic Victorian Style Embroidery Design on backs of hardcore biker’s jackets, casual bombers and athleasure tops. Such decorated jackets probably wouldn’t get you into the Garrison Tavern. However Sabini’s pubs would have eagerly opened their doors the kind of fashionable vibe. Apart from the drama and all, be certain in one: whichever the piece you’ll embroider it on, the pattern will always impress.

4 – Totes, bags and backpacks with Vintage Rose suavely introduce Victorian-era motives into comforts of modern times. As the design is available in four sizes, you can work with bags of various calibers.

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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.

Date: 19.09.2018