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news » High fashion by your own hands

   May 23, 2014

 

A new needlework kit 1437 Aztecs

 

Fashion blogs and glossy magazines have already announced that fashion shows presented a new and at the same time old trend for spring–summer 2014 season. It is embroidery! Cross stitch and satin stitch, bright and delicate, floral and ethnic – it is the latest trend and most recent news.

 

The winter severity, stiffness and icy paleness have passed. Bright colors give the fight for gray weekdays and sleepy routine!

 

Craftswomen can always boast their skills; manifest not only creating beauty and harmony in the space around themselves, but also in very unstable and exposed to windy influences area – their trendy image. Skilful work may lie in the wardrobe for years and suddenly regain its former glory and reverence of sophisticated fashionistas.

 

For instance, the latest collection of famous brand Valentino is richly decorated with embroidery – most of the fabric’s surface is covered with it. Décor is ethnic ornament; geometric ornaments in bright contrasting colors put to the mosaic of overall pattern are characteristic to folk art.

 

This global fashion trend is supported by bag Aztecs, created by RIOLIS’ designers. This fashionable accessory you can create with your own hands with help of new needlework kit 1429 AC. Stitched geometric pattern, bright colors and unusual details – insert from felt with a zipper and small front pocket for little things.

 

The size of the finished bag is 21 x 29 cm. You can carry tablet, book, notebook or new RIOLIS catalogue in it. The work is done on black 14 ct Aida Zweigart canvas with wool/acrylic threads Safil in five colors.  Kit also includes lining fabric, zipper, two kinds of felt and two needles.