In times when trends rule kingdoms of fashion and interior design, holding on to traditions is the prerogative of truly classy people. Time-honored techniques, beloved motives and colors, reminiscent of things sweet, elegant and dreamy… Features like these are just so much more superior to other fleeting fads. If such details define your style, then Bouquet Cross-stitch Machine Embroidery Design will surely take special place in your heart. Make this cross-stitch bouquet of roses part of your home collection and enjoy beauty that withstands the tall of time.
Powder pink, chalky rose, blushing rose… Bouquet of such fabulously whimsical palette is bound to enamor any romantic soul. It’s like Bluemarine floral grace acquired warmth and heirloom appeal. Let such magical combo bloom in all of its pixel-like glory all over your bed linens to infuse your dreams with sweet aromas flowering spring.
Want to learn how exactly use Bouquet Cross-stitch Machine Embroidery Design on various types of linens? Examples below will give you some clues.
Bouquet Cross-stitch Machine Embroidery Design
Size: 108.0×104.4 mm (4.25×4.11 “), Stitches: 12181
Formats: .dst, .jef, .pec, .vip, .hus, .pes, .sew, .exp, .dat, vp3, xxx
1 – Top sheet can be embroidered with a border of cross-stitched bouquets, blooming along just one of its sides. Embroider the border on the upper (top) edge of sheet. You’ll love having dreams, infused with nostalgic charm of these cross-stitched pink roses. Pair the embroidered top sheets with down blankets to keep those dreams fresh during colder months.
2 – Pillowcases can be embroidered with bouquet cross-stitched in twos or threes will make fantastic addition to that top sheet of yours. Two or three repetitions of Bouquet Cross-stitch Machine Embroidery Design is a standard for most common pillowcase sizes. You can, of course, change the number of repetitions according to your particular liking.
3 – Duvets and other types of decorative covers can be adorned along all of the four their sides. Coordinate carefully how you position designs on each of the sides so that they provide a uniformly coherent pattern.
Tip: Try to avoid layering all the embroidered items at once. Opt for using embroidered items in pairs: pillowcases and sheets or pillowcases and covers. If you overdo with the accentuation, the result from the soothing, dreamy and romantic will be awkwardly tasteless.