Happy embroiderymachine maker Anna Lee says her love for dragon embroiders started with a photo on Instagram of her daughter with a dragon on her head.
“She was the first one who showed me this thing,” Lee says.
“We didn’t have any dragons, but she’s got this little dragon on a hat, and she loves it so much.
I thought, ‘Oh, I’ve got to make a dragon.’
I didn’t know what I was doing.”
Lee’s love for embroiderys grew over the years, and one day, her daughter asked, “Dad, can I have a dragon?”
She’s now a proud dragon-loving mother, and now the company specializes in embroidering and embroiderying with dragon-shaped designs.
Here’s a look at what you need to know about dragon embroidered hats, from cute to terrifying.
What is a dragon embroided hat?
A dragon embroixed hat is a style that uses a dragon as a decoration on a headband or a scarf.
It’s a popular option for kids because they’re so cute and simple to make, and they look cool on a birthday or anniversary, and are a fun way to decorate a room.
This style is a lot more expensive, but is very fun for adults.
How do I make a Dragon Embroidered Hat?
For many kids, dragon embroideres can be a bit difficult to do.
To start, the dragon needs to be painted in bright colors.
That’s because dragon designs can look different on a person’s head, which can be intimidating for kids.
Some dragons are bright and white, while others are black and purple.
Lee says it’s best to start with the darker colors first, because it looks more like a real dragon, rather than a fantasy.
Once you’ve got the colors, the embroiderist will work with a variety of materials to create a dragon pattern.
This will take time, and you’ll need to work slowly.
Lee is a big fan of embroiderye machines because they give her a lot of freedom, and also make it easy to mix different types of materials together to create patterns.
What can I use for dragon designs?
To make dragon embroiled hats, Lee makes a variety to suit her child’s style.
“I do lots of embroidered things,” she says.
The most common dragons are silver and white.
“My daughter likes dragons with bright colors, so I make her purple, but I also do other kinds of dragons,” she adds.
Lee’s dragons are often designed with the help of children’s books and art books, so she also has a special place for the characters in the stories.
“For the kids, dragons are like characters in their own stories,” Lee explains.
“They’re very cute and cute and we make them with them.”
For a child who doesn’t like dragons, Lee has a dragon motif on her hat for the most part.
But if the child doesn’t want to be drawn into the story, Lee offers a different dragon pattern for them to choose from.
Lee also has dragons embroidered on her daughter’s headband.
“It’s really fun to make her dragon and I love that she loves dragon embroides as much as I do,” she explains.
How to paint a dragon for a dragon design?
The first thing you’ll want to do is paint the dragon in bright, bright colors to show the dragons are real dragons.
“The trick is, I want to make sure they’re not just a little bit pink or purple,” Lee admits.
The other thing you need is a nice, deep-toned paint.
“You want the dragon to be shiny and sparkly, but you don’t want it to be so dark that it looks like a ghost,” Lee adds.
The best way to make this is with a paintbrush, but Lee has also made a few different types that you can use, such as a paint brush and a paint stick.
How long will it take to create my dragon?
Lee says she usually creates her dragon for about six months, but sometimes she can take a month or two longer.
She’s always careful to keep her dragon as unique as possible, so there’s no need to rush the process.
“Sometimes, the kid has an idea for the dragon that I’ve never thought of,” Lee remembers.
“That’s fine, and I can take that idea and make it into a dragon, but it’s not a dragon that’s going to look like my daughter.”
If your dragon doesn’t have a specific name or image, it’s a good idea to give it a name.
Lee and her daughter have both made dragon designs using the names “Dance,” “Fancy,” and “Dragon.”
“It means that it’s fun, and that I love it,” Lee tells The Huffington Post.