Time flies and in quite very soon Christmas and New Yearâs will be around the corner. Get a jump-start on the merry-and-bright seasonal theme with Christmas Pig Machine Embroidery Design. This pretty porcine design features a sweet little piglet, the patron of the forthcoming year according to the Chinese Zodiac. Such symbolic meaning, however, isnât the only reason we prompt you to include Christmas Pig pattern into your preparations for winter holidays. Thereâs also fashion and magic and fun. How so? Read on and youâll learn all the tasty bits of this festive cutie-pie.
Christmas Pig Machine Embroidery Design
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Megan Fox and Piggie Smalls, Paris Hilton and Princess Pigelette, Miley Cyrus and Bubba Sue, Gorge Clooney and Maxâ¦ Weâre sure you know what those funny words have to do with the celebs. If no, then (speaking in modern terms) âlet us do you an educateâ. All those funny words name celebritiesâ pigs, which introduced to the world the fabulous oinking-pet trend. And now, with Prissy and Pop conquering Instagram, micro and macro pig craze is officially fully-fledged on. And why wouldnât it be, really? All those sun-glassed pigs and adorably dressed-up piglets are so irresistibly sweet, you wanna eat them all up. Yeah, only you donât. What you really want is to get their help for your next decorative project. And with Christmas Pig Machine Embroidery Design you really can!
Stock up on threads and stabilizers as this nifty pattern is a real piggy bank of most fascinating festive dÃ©cor ideas.
Some of them weâll list you below
1 â Cute pig-ture perfect Christmas sweaters for the family greetings photo
Declare you love for the teacup-pig trend with a family picture, featuring traditional sweaters with adorable Santa piglets. With 5 sizes available, Christmas Pig Machine Embroidery Design can bedeck Christmas sweaters for each member of you family. Be trendy, be merry and fun â itâs Christmas days after all!
2 â Christmas interior decorations with sweet little piglets
Besides sweaters, Christmas Pig Machine Embroidery Design can be used on other holiday stuff. Decorative pillows, Christmas stockings, aprons and potholders â any textile in your household can get their pork-tion of holiday cheer.
3 â DIY Christmas gifts featuring kidâs favorite piggies
Now being trendy on Christmas is not what you call kidsâ most urgent concern. Being magical, however, is definitely one. Christmas Pig Machine Embroidery Design can give your little ones some of the whimsical charm of their beloved stories and fairy tales. Peppa the Pig, Babe, Willbur from Charlotteâs Web or Piglet from Winnie-the-Poohâ¦ If your little ones are fans of these characters, use Christmas Pig Machine Embroidery design to make the most memorable Boxing Day ever. Straight from the books and TV-screens, beloved pink tail-wiggler will come spend holidays with its friends. Work the pattern on anything from bibs and onesies to bags and jackets. Oink, oink little stars on the magical night indeed!
Tips on how to work with Christmas Pig Machine Embroidery Design
Christmas Pig Machine embroidery design was tested with rayon threads of Madeira Brand. You, however, can use any brand that you like. Whatâs more, you can also change the type of the threads. For more adventurous and artistic embroiderers, we have another idea of how to transform the pattern a bit. For once they could change the thread of the pompoms from whatever theyâve been using before to an acrylic one. Acrylic threads will get the image additional volume. Donât forget to brush the pompoms for a fluffier look and feel. If you choose to use acrylic threads, remember that youâll need to change the needle and adjust the settings of your embroidery machine. Note that you always need to test a design before stitching it onto the item.
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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.