In arts and crafts, an applique or applique refers to flat decorative pieces made of silhouetted, usually à jour material, such as ivory, tortoiseshell, felt or lace, which are applied, i.e. placed, on an object of the same or different material.
In addition, applique also refers to a single- or multi-armed wall sconce for candles, as it was in use since the Gothic period and reached its peak during the Rococo period.
In textiles, appliques have been known since the 5th century. They are usually textile decorations made of lace or leather, sewn or glued onto another textile. Fabric appliqué in the making of quilts is also widely used. In appliqué embroidery, the appliqués are often lined underneath, making them appear raised. Unlike intarsia, appliques are always applied to the surface.
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Apple Fruit III
Apples (Malus) form a plant genus of the pome fruit family (Pyrinae) in the rose family (Rosaceae). The genus comprises about 42 to 55 species of deciduous trees and shrubs from forests and thickets of the northern temperate zone in Europe, Asia and North America, which have also given rise to a large number of often difficult-to-distinguish hybrids.By far the best known and economically very important species worldwide is the cultivated apple (Malus domestica). In addition, some species originating from East Asia with fruits only about the size of a cherry, such as the Japanese apple (Malus floribunda), the cherry apple (Malus baccata) and Malus zumi, are planted in temperate climates as ornamental shrubs and trees. Not to be confused with apples are the unrelated pomegranates (Punica granatum). The species of the genus Apples (Malus) are deciduous trees or shrubs. They are usually unbranched. The alternate stem leaves are petiolate. The simple leaf blade is oval to ovate or elliptic. The leaf margins are usually serrated, rarely smooth, and sometimes lobed. Some species or cultivars are prized for their purple foliage in fall. Stipules are present but often wither early.Product Number: A00280Product Name: AppleThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 3.29"(w) X 3.95"(h) (83.6 X 100.4mm)Size: 3.92"(w) X 4.74"(h) (99.6 X 120.4mm)Size: 4.57"(w) X 5.53"(h) (116.2 X 140.4mm)Size: 5.55"(w) X 6.71"(h) (141.0 X 170.4mm)Size: 6.50"(w) X 7.85"(h) (165.0 X 199.4mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .HUS .JEF .PES .VIP .VP3 .XXX You MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Apple Applique Design, Fruits Machine Embroidery Design, Food Embroidery Pattern, Designs, Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines
Christmas Deer Head Redwork Applique
Redwork is a form of embroidery, also called art needlework. It traditionally uses red thread, chosen because red dyes were the first commercially available colorfast dyes.Christmas, also called Feast of Christ or Holy Christ, is in Christianity the feast of the birth of Jesus Christ. The feast day is December 25, Christmas Day, also known as the Solemnity of the Nativity of the Lord (Latin: Sollemnitas in nativitate Domini), the celebrations of which begin on the evening before Christmas Eve (also Christmas Eve, Christmas Night). December 25 is a public holiday in many states. In Germany, Austria, the Netherlands, Switzerland and many other countries, December 26 is added as a second Christmas holiday, which is also celebrated as St. Stephen's Day.Christmas is usually celebrated with family or friends and with giving gifts to each other. In German-speaking and some other countries, giving Christmas presents usually takes place in the evening on December 24 and is considered the most prominent part of the Christmas celebration. In English-speaking countries, giving Christmas presents usually takes place on the morning of Christmas Day. Giving Christmas presents makes reference to mythical gift-bringers such as the Christ Child or Santa Claus, some of whom are also played. Such rites, like the festival as a whole, serve to strengthen family relationships. Many countries associate other customs of their own with Christmas.Attending a church service on Christmas Eve, the night or morning of December 25 is part of the festive tradition for many people.The custom of giving presents to children at Christmas in the way that is customary today dates back to the Biedermeier period and was initially restricted to upper middle-class circles, because only they had the living room, which was used like a stage, at their disposal, could afford a private Christmas tree, and could choose children's gifts from the increasingly diverse assortment of toys.The Christmas church music has its origin in the arrangement of the three holy masses, which may be celebrated on this day; own hymns and responsories are already known from early Christian times. In addition, the "Gloria in excelsis Deo" sung by the angels to the shepherds in the field, which is reported in Luke's Gospel Lk 2:14 EU, played a role. Product Number: E00404Product Name: ChristmasDeerHeadThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 3.54"(w) X 1.93"(h) (90.0 X 49.0mm)Size: 3.94"(w) X 2.14"(h) (100.0 X 54.4mm)Size: 4.33"(w) X 2.36"(h) (110.0 X 59.9mm)Size: 4.72"(w) X 2.57"(h) (120.0 X 65.3mm)Size: 5.12"(w) X 2.78"(h) (130.0 X 70.7mm)Size: 5.51"(w) X 3.00"(h) (140.0 X 76.2mm)Size: 5.91"(w) X 3.21"(h) (150.0 X 81.6mm)Size: 6.30"(w) X 3.43"(h) (160.0 X 87.1mm)Size: 6.89"(w) X 3.75"(h) (175.0 X 95.2mm)Size: 7.48"(w) X 4.07"(h) (190.0 X 103.4mm)Size: 8.07"(w) X 4.39"(h) (205.0 X 111.5mm)Size: 8.86"(w) X 4.82"(h) (225.0 X 122.4mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .JEF .PES .VP3 .XXX .VIP .HUSYou MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Redwork Christmas Deer Head Applique Machine Embroidery Design, Deer Stag Antlers Embroidery Pattern, Christmas Designs, Running Stitch Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines
Deer Antlers I
The deer (Cervidae) or antlers are a family of mammals from the order of the cloven-hoofed animals (Artiodactyla). The family includes more than 80 species, of which, among others, the red deer, the fallow deer, the roe deer, the reindeer and the elk are also common in Europe. In addition, deer are found in Asia, North and South America and with one representative in Africa. The most distinctive feature of the deer are the antlers, which vary in shape and are usually only worn by the males, which are shed annually and formed anew. The main food of the animals consists of plants, whereby soft and hard plant parts are consumed in varying degrees. However, pure grazers as in horned deer do not occur in deer, which is related to the formation of the antlers. The social behavior of the animals varies greatly, ranging from solitary individuals to the formation of large, widely roaming herds. The reproductive phase is marked by characteristic dominance fights.The phylogeny of deer dates back to the Lower Miocene, about 20 million years ago. Deer also flowed into mythology and culture in a wide variety of peoples. Already in Paleolithic rock drawings both animals and persons are depicted with deer antlers. In Celtic mythology, Cernunnos represents an embodiment of the "deer god," a type also found in other religions. In ancient Greece, the stag was sacred to Artemis, the goddess of hunting. Agamemnon killed such a hind in Aulis, whereupon Artemis sent a wind still and demanded Agamemnon's eldest daughter Iphigenia as an atoning sacrifice. Another sacred hind was the Kerynite hind, which had golden antlers and lived in Arcadia. Heracles had to catch her alive as the third task. Norse mythology also knows deer, so four of these animals eat the buds of the world ash tree Yggdrasil.Product Number: A00456Product Name: antlerThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 3.79"(w) X 3.96"(h) (96.2 X 100.7mm)Size: 4.53"(w) X 4.76"(h) (115.1 X 120.8mm)Size: 5.28"(w) X 5.54"(h) (134.1 X 140.7mm)Size: 6.41"(w) X 6.70"(h) (162.9 X 170.3mm)Size: 7.51"(w) X 7.85"(h) (190.8 X 199.3mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .HUS .JEF .PES .VIP .VP3 .XXXYou MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Deer Antlers Applique Machine Embroidery Design, Outline Embroidery Pattern, Applique Designs, Forest Animals Applique Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines
Dolphins or dolphins (Delphinidae) belong to the toothed whales (Odontoceti) and are thus mammals (Mammalia) that live in the water (marine mammals). Dolphins are the most diverse and largest family of cetaceans (Cetacea), with about 40 species. They are distributed in all seas, some species are also found in rivers. Dolphins are usually between one and a half and four meters long, the great killer whale even reaches eight meters as the largest dolphin. They have a streamlined body adapted to high swimming speeds. In the head there is a round organ, the melon. It plays a role in echolocation. In many species, the jaws are clearly set off and form an elongated bill. The snout may contain a great many teeth in several species. The brain of dolphins is large and has a complex cortex, which is a reason for many zoologists to consider them among the most intelligent animals. The body color is usually composed of black to white, with the underside usually lighter and the back clearly distinguished by a darker coloration, the cape. Color exceptions include the bluish blue and white dolphin and the brown and yellow common dolphin. In addition, the species are distinguished by lines and fields of different hues and contrasts. Dolphins have a very good sense of hearing and sight. Although external ear openings exist, they are probably not functional. Sounds travel to the inner ear through the lower jaw and middle ear. Their hearing range extends into frequencies up to 220 kHz, allowing them to perceive sounds well into the ultrasonic range. The eyes are mainly adapted to seeing underwater, but they are also highly functional outside the water. Echolocation by means of ultrasound plays a major role in perception. All dolphins shed their outer skin cells about every two hours. This permanent regeneration reduces the flow resistance and also attracts attention in regeneration research for humans and in shipbuilding. The skin of dolphins promotes their fast swimming through low flow resistance via fine relief and vortex damping through plasticity, typical of the skin of whales. Dolphins are fast swimmers, reaching speeds of up to 55 kilometers per hour. Dolphins are social animals that live together in groups. These so-called schools can temporarily form aggregations of over 1000 animals in places with plenty of food. The individuals communicate with each other by clicking sounds, whistling, chattering and other noises. They also communicate with their conspecifics through physical contact. Dolphins sleep by always letting one hemisphere of the brain fall asleep and staying awake with the other. This keeps them breathing. In addition, one eye remains open at all times while sleeping so that surroundings and possible attackers can be perceived. During sleep phases, the dolphins' mobility is limited. The name comes from the Latin delphinus; from equivalent Greek (delphís); presumably to (delphýs) "womb," referring to the dolphin's body shape.Product Number: E00003Product Name: Dolphin AppliqueProduct Name: Dolphin1Product Name: Dolphin3This design comes with the following sizes:Product Name: Dolphin Applique Size: 3.85"(w) X 2.47"(h) (97.8 X 62.7mm)Size: 6.87"(w) X 4.37"(h) (174.5 X 110.9mm)Size: 9.87"(w) X 6.30"(h) (250.8 X 160.0mm)Product Name: Dolphin1 Size: 3.78"(w) X 2.38"(h) (95.9 X 60.4mm)Size: 6.75"(w) X 4.26"(h) (171.5 X 108.1mm)Size: 9.77"(w) X 6.16"(h) (248.2 X 156.5mm)Product Name: Dolphin3 Size: 3.73"(w) X 2.33"(h) (94.7 X 59.2mm)Size: 6.70"(w) X 4.20"(h) (170.3 X 106.6mm)Size: 9.69"(w) X 6.06"(h) (246.0 X 154.0mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .JEF .PES .VP3 .XXX .VIP .HUSYou MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Dolphins Machine Embroidery Design, Delphinidae Embroidery Pattern, Sea Life Beautiful Designs, Underwater Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines
Kitty Head Applique
The domestic cat (Felis catus) is the pet form of the dun cat. It is one of the most popular pets. In pedigree cat breeding often only those animals are called domestic cat, which do not belong to any recognized cat breed. The dun cat is the wild ancestral form (wild form) of the domestic cat (Felis catus). As a pet or domestic animal, the domestic cat is found worldwide in almost all areas populated by humans. It can live as a wild or feral animal but only in climatically warm or temperate zones independent of subsidiary human influences. It is considered a cultural successor.Even in the biogeographically long isolated habitats of Australia and New Zealand, to which it was introduced by humans, it was able to adapt relatively quickly, but there, together with a variety of other neozoa, it influences the existing unique ecosystems.It is currently estimated (2012-2014) that there are 8.4 million domestic cats in Germany, 27.4 million throughout Central and Western Europe, and more than one billion worldwide (including feral and semi-feral populations).Cats are the better people ;)Product Number: A00083Product Name: KittyThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 3.94"(w) X 2.97"(h) (100.0 X 75.4mm)Size: 4.72"(w) X 3.56"(h) (120.0 X 90.4mm)Size: 5.51"(w) X 4.15"(h) (140.0 X 105.4mm)Size: 6.69"(w) X 5.04"(h) (170.0 X 128.0mm)Size: 7.80"(w) X 5.87"(h) (198.0 X 149.0mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .HUS .JEF .PES .VIP .VP3 .XXXYou MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Little Cat Applique Machine Embroidery Design, Kitty Applique Embroidery Pattern, Cats Designs, Baby Animals Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines
Minnie Head Applique
In arts and crafts, an applique or applique refers to flat decorative pieces made of silhouetted, usually à jour material, such as ivory, tortoiseshell, felt or lace, which are applied, i.e. placed, on an object of the same or different material.The mouse (Mus) is a rodent genus from the group of Old World mice (Murinae). The genus comprises just under 40 species, of which the house mouse is the best known and most widespread. Most of the other species live in Africa and in South and Southeast Asia. Mouse length ranges from 4.5 to 12.5 centimetres, with a tail of 3 to 11 centimetres. The weight, as far as is known, is between 12 and 35 grams. The coat is soft, rough or spiky, depending on the species, its colouration ranges from light grey to various shades of grey and brown to blackish brown on the upper side, the underside is lighter. The tail appears hairless but is covered with fine hairs. The original range apparently included Africa, southern Europe and large parts of southern and south-eastern Asia. In the wake of humans, the house mouse has gained a worldwide distribution and is the only species to also live in America and Australia. Mice occur in a variety of habitats, including forests, savannas, grasslands and rocky areas. However, some species have become so specialised in their role as cultural predators that they are usually found near human dwellings. In addition to the house mouse, this is true for the African dwarf mouse, and to a limited extent also for the rice field mouse and the dunnock. The wild species are predominantly nocturnal, whereas the cultivated species can be active at any time of the day or night. They are mainly ground dwellers, but can climb well and - at least in the case of the house mouse - also swim. Their resting places are crevices in rocks, burrows they have dug themselves or man-made shelters.Mice feed on a variety of plant materials, such as seeds, roots, leaves and stems. Some species also eat insects and other small animals when available. The culture-following species eat any available human food.Product Number: A00048Product Name: MouseThis design comes with the following sizes:Size: 3.84"(w) X 3.95"(h) (97.6 X 100.3mm)Size: 4.61"(w) X 4.74"(h) (117.0 X 120.3mm)Size: 5.37"(w) X 5.52"(h) (136.4 X 140.3mm)Size: 6.52"(w) X 6.70"(h) (165.6 X 170.3mm)Size: 7.67"(w) X 7.89"(h) (194.8 X 200.4mm)The following formats are included in the file you will receive: .DST .EXP .HUS .JEF .PES .VIP .VP3 .XXX You MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only - not a finished item.Animal Applique Design, Mouse Head Applique Machine Embroidery Design, Mouse Girl With Bow Embroidery Pattern, Rodent Genus Designs, Small Animals Embroidery Art, DIY Project Idea, Unique Digital Supplies For Embroidery Machines