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This is complex and wonderful embroidered picture which is able to make you delighted by author’s talent and patience. It is Sunflower free embroidery design executed on dark background which underlines each element of this composition. It is made with only one color of thread so nothing distracts you from beauty of this sample. It is amazing picture which requires much time to examine it well. Author: Lenora Porzillo 

 

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Thank you for such a gorgeous sunflower! I had a bit of trouble getting it to download but after I did and it was loaded into my program (sew what pro) it gave me an error stating that 'this file is likely corrupt and can't by loaded'. 

It's so beautiful! Has anyone else had any trouble?

Thanks

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11 minutes ago, Treecee said:

Thank you for such a gorgeous sunflower! I had a bit of trouble getting it to download but after I did and it was loaded into my program (sew what pro) it gave me an error stating that 'this file is likely corrupt and can't by loaded'. 

It's so beautiful! Has anyone else had any trouble?

Thanks

What software and format you using? Please try DST format- this is universal.

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Thank you so much for answering so quickly!  My format is PES, the software is Sew What Pro. 

I didn't know DST was universal, thanks I'll try it.  Do you know what the format is for using a circuit or one of those cutting machines? I can't remember & def want to keep it for future use..just in case!

Thanks again  

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Absolutely gorgeous design! Looks great on my vest, and I get compliments on it when I wear it.

However, what should have taken a little over an hour to sew out, because it's only one color, so no trims necessary...this design has almost 170 trims, some are just 3-4 stitches apart!

So, if you get this design - and don't hesitate to do so, it is beautiful - make sure you edit the design to remove all those thread trims first!

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It should be understood that many embroidery designs are made by novice digitizers. They are just beginning to understand the principles of digitizing and professional work in programs. They are taking their first steps in machine embroidery. And of course the first works have a lot of mistakes. Let's praise them for the free work they make us happy.

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