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Beautiful design, Morning owl look amazing.

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Excellent stitches and original style

Stitched out beautifully! Looked amazing and no issues!
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Loving birds.. Wonderful designs, stitched out beautifully

Really cute, You love this when you stitched it. Would love more of same designs.
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Adorable design. Stitches out beautifully.

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    Version Any popular formats

    667 downloads

    A cute animal that will decorate a children's shirt or pillow in a nursery. Made in the classic technique of cross stitch. Size: 3.86 x 4.25" Author: EmbGallery
  2. 4 points

    Version Any popular formats

    339 downloads

    Free Standing Lace. An unusually beautiful project for decorating a room for birth. You will be able to impress your friends and family members with your creative abilities. For all types of embroidery machines. Size: 3' x 3.91" Author Valery.
  3. 3 points

    Version Any popular formats

    204 downloads

    The original light design to decorate a summer T-shirt or a blouse. A great decoration in addition to other floral motifs. Embroidery makes ordinary things stylish. Can be used for dish towel. Size: 4.55 x 3.11" Author: EmbGallery
  4. 3 points

    Version Any popular formats

    526 downloads

    Bright large project to decorate the interior of the house. Can be embroidered on a large sofa cushion. Size: 3.36 x 9.39' Author: EmbGallery
  5. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    293 downloads

    Donkey stitches out to 3(3/4)X3(1/16) inches and 16,273 stitches with 8 colors.
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    Version Any popular formats

    302 downloads

    Beautiful design in classical technique with a cross to decorate various things for the feast of St. Valentine. Very simple machine embroidery design in just one color. Size: 3.7 x 3.46" Author: EmbGallery
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    This is very beautiful embroidery sample. It is raise association with middle of summer and field in bloom. You almost feel amazing aroma of many flowers there. This is because beautiful Dandelion embroidery design. It is image of well known flower familiar to any child in world. This picture is one colored sample. So it is not very difficult to use it for your own work piece.
  8. 3 points

    Version Any popular formats

    225 downloads

    A magnificent project to decorate the living room. Original style and classic cross-stitch. A great gift for a housewarming party. Size: 7.03 x 4.89" Author: EmbGallery
  9. 2 points

    Version Any popular formats

    366 downloads

    Design digitizied for embroidery on organza. But he can easily find a place on his son’s baby shirt or napkin to decorate the summer kitchen. A small set will allow you to create any color variations. Size: 2.87 x 1.98" Author: EmbGallery
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    Embroidery your napkins with Christmas embroidery designs and New Year motifs:a bell, a snowman, a candle, a cone, a fir-tree, a Christmas ball, a lantern etc. You may use whatever color you like.
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    Version 1.0.0

    342 downloads

    Tom stitches out to 4X6(9/16) inches and has 21,605 stitches. This is a high stitch density file using three colors, but five thread color changes.
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    Original text by: Marina Belova A few day ago I decided to practice cord embroidery, hence I have the required equipment. Without further ado, I chose the simplest possible design from the old Briggs’ Patent collection, which was originally intended for embroidery with cord or ribbon. Here it is: I digitized the design with a simple running stitch using the same methods as described in my previous article on cord embroidery. Below is the preview of my design: So I started the embroidery. Before pressing the start button I inserted the newly bought silk cord 3 mm wide and set the piping foot in a required way. The cord was of an appropriate size and could fit into the biggest groove under the piping foot on my machine. But something went wrong. I stopped the whole process, soon after having started. The cord turned out to be too tightly woven, and the thread kept breaking. As I didn't have any monofilament yarn, I tried to sew it with ordinary polyester thread. And I didn't like the result in the least. I chose one of my knitting threads — soft cotton one, made of several twisted fibers, and wound it instead of the cord on the same plastic spool. This time, the embroidery went without any problems. There were no complaints about the quality of the sewing, except at one place. I even inserted bar tack stitches at the beginning and the end of the cord, and understood that the next time I'll better not do it. The quality was utterly disappointing. Whether it was due to my knitting threads being unsuitable for the purpose or the design imperfections, I cannot say. And I want so much to know, where to use this fabled cord! I instantly remembered, even without doing the web search, the embroidery samples of the old past, which can now be found in the museums around the globe. In those days cord was used in applique: it concealed the edge cut. Though it was, of course, done by hand, you can try doing something akin to this on your machine. I've been searching for a suitable design for a considerate time. I perused lots of clipart and settled upon this picture: Inside this intricately shaped thing, I decided to put an applique, the edges of which I would then decorate with a cord. The rest I intended to embroider with satin stitches, partly in the Thread Velvet technique. I had to modify the original design, adding several elements. The resulting design contained almost 32 thousand stitches thanks to the Thread Velvet: Now that the design is ready, all I need to do is to embroider it. I hoop the fabric with the stabilizer: And embroider the outline for the future applique: Then I put the applique material on top: Stitch it to the main fabric with the running stitch, outlining the design at the same time. Then, after the machine makes a stop, however more carefully trim the extra fabric around the edges: Get the piping foot ready, placing it under the needle: Hit the start button and begin sewing cord to the fabric. It'll look like this: This is the cord already sewn along the perimeter of the applique: On one of the photos above you may see that there are missing stitches inside. For that reason, I stopped the embroidery even before sewing the cord, added the missing elements and embroidered all the rest: Some time after that everything is ready: Now little is left — to cut the threads in the satin columns, in order to fray them a bit so that they look like having been done in the Thread Velvet technique. I did this with an ordinary razor blade: The general look of the ready embroidery: The closer look: This experiment suggested to me that the cord looks splendid in combination with any embroidery technique. The design was not difficult to create. The second time I succeeded. The most important thing is to choose the right type of thick twisted thread or cord and correctly adjust the piping foot. Although there were some mistakes. One of them is as follows. In my first version of the design, the applique was to be embroidered last. And only after that, I proceeded to cording. All other elements were embroidered at the very beginning, including the bulky Thread Velvet satin columns. This is how it looked before sewing the cord: When I was cording the edges of my applique, the piping foot shifted a bit every time satin column appeared to in the way. And of course, the groove, into which the cord was inserted, shifted too, so the needle began to hit not the hole in the foot, but the foot instead, and therefore broke. On the photo below I've already changed the needle. I didn't even finish embroidering the first sample. See how thick were my Thread Velvet columns? The summary: you can achieve anything by trial and error. P.S. Cording, part 2
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    Introduction to Embroidery Blending Colors. In this blog we will introduce you to some terminology the you will need to understand to make blends possible. We will also explain the different methods for creating blends in your embroidery software. Terminology Density The density is a value of how close the stitches are to one another, there are few ways to measure it depending on the units you use. The three units are Stitches Per Inch (spi) Points (pts) Millimeters (mm) the standard is listed below. Standard density is 63.5 spi = 4 pts = .4 mm Absolute Density Is similar to WYSIWYG the value is a true value. With this option checked your density would be 63.5 spi , if you lower it , 55 spi it will show that. If you do not have this option checked your starting point will be 0 and if you want to go to 55 spi you would have to put in -8.5. Traveling lines this is the line that connects part of a fill, often fills will divide at some point and re join you can manipulate this using your start and stop points. These lines often go through the center of the design, their is an option to force the to the outside I recommend using this option when blending fills. Blend Tool Depending on your version you may have an option to blend colors this is called the blend tool. This is standard in the TAJIMA Maestro Level Density Line Tool In version Tajima DGML by Pulse Version 14 and DG15 depending on the level you may have a icon called density line tool. This allows you to control the embroidery density at different increments of the blend. As you may know blending is a technique of layering two or more colors to get an effect of a blend, the digital world has been using blending for years however its not as common in embroidery. There are several different methods of blending that I am aware of. Blending with embroidery threads, or by layering one or more fills over each other. Another way to create an effect of a blend is to use the multimedia approach and add a image or vinyl behind the embroidery., which we covered in past blogs called multimedia designs. Blending with Embroidery Threads This technique is not new, it has been used in the home embroidery field for hundreds of years, and it allows you to create depth to a design. One option is to blend a heavy thread as a fill and covered by a top layer with a smaller thread. Another way to blend thread types is to have the blue fill going horizontal at 35 spit and the red fill going vertical at 25 spi when you sew them out like this it will blend the two colors creating an illusion of a third color, The Irish embroidery design use layers to blend the two colors together to get the effect of a pattern with the leaves, there is a light green background and a dark green layered on top. This technique can be applied to a wide range of designs and works best with similar colors. Samples of Blending Here are some samples, of types of blending that is available .. you can see the layers when zoomed in but remember the machine embroidery design is only a quarter of that size below. Blend Tool ( Maestro Level only ) For some of us we have a tool that allows us to create blends. This is a great tool for making the sunset fade into the water.. However it can be done manually its rather simple with this tool. Below is the Automatic tool for making blends. 1. Start a NEW document 2. With the eclipse tool draw a circle 5 inches You could also add greater depth by using two different weights of thread by doing this it will cause the top stitch to sit on top of the bottom stitch. 3. Convert the circle to a complex fill , right click or CTRL E to bring up the menu to convert too option appears. 4. Right Click on the fill and choose Auto.. and then select color blend and you will see the following . 5. Change the above setting to match the image and then click OK to save the settings 6. Then right click and choose Break up Note I change the colors so its visible to blue and orange, as red and orange will be hard to see on the screen. There are a couple things I would recommend is - High light each segment and goto properties, - Goto complex fill effects and change the travelling route to the edge, this will get rid of the lines going through the middle of the embroidery design. Tips for embroidery digitizer When working with blends they work best on contrasting colors that are closely related to each other, like light blue and dark blue, oranges and reds, orange and yellows, I recommend everyone make a blend and try different densities, angles and colors to experiment with the tools and develop and understanding how it cane be used. Author: Frank Prokator
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    We can do a little design just as an experiment. But we cannot guarantee quality.
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    Owl in color free embroidery design This special pillow with "Owl in colour" free embroidery design I have made for my stepson. I managed one more time to make happy someone in our family thanks wonderful embroidery design from this webshop.For embroidering I have used the original Madeira Rayon colours.
  17. 2 points

    Version dst,exp, hus, jef, pec,

    6,092 downloads

    Two sizes available: 5.09 x 5.25' and 7.06 x 7.26' Digitizer; Ludmila Rebrina Machine embroidery decoration of clothing, the traditional use of embroidery machine. T-shirts and jackets, skirt and baseball cap. Cute little face kitten to decorate children's clothes. Ideal location - over the chest pocket. You can use different color sets of threads to get different options.
  18. 1 point

    Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    1,727 downloads

    Size: 11.71 x 11.52'
  19. 1 point

    Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    1,746 downloads

    Size: 7.52 x 10.54" Author: Zabava
  20. 1 point
    Thank you! I would like to learn digitising and all details are very important for me.
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    This is pretty little gift prepared for its addressee with much love and warm feelings. It is already packed into transparent wrap that allows to estimate all its beauty. Surface of this comfortable towel is decorated with Elephant's touching acquaintance with butterfly embroidery design. Original color scheme of this embroidery sample was changed to shades of blue. It looks amazing on simple light background.
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    This is fragment of cool clothing decorated with funny embroidery sample executed in cartoon style. It is Pua and Heihei embroidery design. If you or your child like to watch animation movies you definitely recognize characters of popular cartoon. They looks very happy and glad of their life – really as in cartoon. Give them chance to decorate your favorite clothing or accessory!
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    Hello, I am wondering if you have the attached image in a DST format? If not can you create it? IF so how long would it take and how much would it cost. Thank you
  25. 1 point

    Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    632 downloads

    Size: 6.74 x 11.30" Author: Zabava
  26. 1 point
    We have complete Cartoon alphabet. These designs available here Dr. Seuss embroidery designs
  27. 1 point
    Available here Steven Universe logo machine embroidery design
  28. 1 point
    Possible only as custom embroidery digitizing
  29. 1 point
    I'm ISO designs for the beautiful Great Pyrenees. I have 4 (ok well the puppy is a grt pyr / saint Bernard, but they are beautiful majestic animals. I see other digitized dogs but so far "sigh" no great pyrs This is my 6 month old Smudge, he's the great pyr / saint Bernard The white one is Smudge's daddy
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    This is fragment of nice embroidered pillowcase for interior cushion. It is decorated with picture of well known cartoon character from famous animation movie for children. This sample is Jumbo Jr. embroidery design. It is figure of sitting elephant with giant ears in funny cap. This picture is added by name of this cartoon’s hero. You can choose any of seven sizes of this embroidery.
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    Heart-shaped decoration for a garment A few strips of fabric, a sole-colored T-shirt or a tank top, and 15 minutes of your spare time—that’s all you need to create a heart-shaped decoration. You can use the tips described in this tutorial to decorate any garment, thus giving your old clothes look new and interesting look. Hearts are perhaps most often associated with the Valentine’s Day, but one doesn't need an excuse for wearing them on any other day of the year. Don’t be afraid to experiment! Not only it will help you to revamp your clothes but also give you lots of joy! Materials A T-shirt Thin silk cording A gathering foot A Ruffler foot A cording foot for sewing on three cords Strips of non-fraying fabric (netting, tulle netting, thin knitwear). Heart-shaped decoration for a garment On a T-shirt, mark the center front line. Place a heart-shaped cutout on top of it and trace the outline with a piece of tailor’s chalk or a fabric marker. Cut the non-fraying fabric into strips 3 to 6 cm wide. Attach the Ruffler foot to your machine. Select the appropriate pleating depth and stitch the strips along the center line, gathering the fabric as you go. If you haven’t yet used the Ruffler foot, here’s the tutorial (coming soon!): If you need narrow pleats of the equal width, you can use a gathering foot instead. For instructions, see this tutorial (coming soon!): . Pin the pleated strip of fabric along the outline of the heart and straight-stitch it to the fabric. You now have a decorated garment! After I had slipped my T-shirt over a mannequin, it became clear that I failed to get the measurements right, so I cut the upper part of the pleats a bit, thus making the decoration even more impressive. Alternately, you can use knitwear strips and cords. Cut the thin knitwear fabric into strips 3 to 6 cm wide. While cutting, pay attention to the wales. They should be vertically oriented: in this way, the fabric edge won’t fray, and there will be no runs. Gather the knitwear strips, using the method described above. Trace the future decoration to the fabric. In my case, these are two halves of a heart, to the right and left of the straight line. Pin the gathered knitwear strips along the outline. Attach the cording foot and feed three cords into it. Select a three-step zigzag stitch. Stitch the gathered strip to the fabric by the cord. On turns and at corners, raise the foot and rotate the fabric under it. Having adjusted the fabric position, pull the cords slightly and continue sewing. Original text by Irina Lisitsa
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    Version Any popular formats

    464 downloads

    A great item for a kids t-shirt or skirt. The small size allows you to use it on any embroidery machine. Small projects should be in the library of any lover of sewing and embroidery. Size: 2.43 x 1.62" Author: EmbGallery
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    This is nice little towel made of cotton terry fabric. It is small one suitable to dry your hands or face. It has simple but interesting design base on popular movie. You can recognize it by well known inscription and stylized picture of animal. Winter is Coming embroidery design is portrait of wolf with bared teeth shown in profile.
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    This is beautiful textile carpet executed especially for decorating this nice room. Author carefully chose suitable sample for this work piece. Finally Venice photo stitch free embroidery design was chosen. It is really good idea for this interior. Embroidered picture gives it true Italian charm and inimitable atmosphere of Venice’s canals filled with sea water. Floral framework underlines natural color scheme of embroidery.
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    Version 1.0.0

    4,757 downloads

    Hello, At the request of my father who wanted him that I embroider an Alaskan wolf, I take this opportunity to share my digitizing with you. For now, only available in PES format, other formats will follow when I have time to have fun all do. Feel free to post your>photos of this embroidered wolfI could embroider the next weekend, but I 'm curious to see your photos of this embroidered picture ;-) see you soon from Belgium - Europa trick* to achieve a good peeling effect, it is important to choose colors that form a smooth gradient. To "measure" the harmony of colors, put your sides to each other coil in the sewing order before putting the machine on, like this, you can see if the gradient is gentle. The colors too sharply, will affect less "real" drawing. do not forget to cut the stitches breaks when the embroidery is completed, your picture will make it even more realistic;- drawing wolf - 4x5.pes
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    Version formats: dst. exp,.hus,

    3,431 downloads

    A beautiful block made in the classic cross-stitch style. Decorate them with a pillow for the winter interior of your home. Using other projects similar in style, you can make a large quilt or tablecloth. Kitchen holders will be great if you add them to this decor. Cross-stitch is not a complicated technology, but made on an embroidery machine is also very fast. Size: 2.83 x 2.83'
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    Thank you! So funny cats. They ask to be embroidered.
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    Version 1.0.0

    3,862 downloads

    6,45" x 7,51" numbers of points: 27691 (no tested) Heroes of popular cartoons are always the desired object on any children's product. You will never make a gift with a cute Winnie the Pooh's attractive face or a superhero figure. A big project with a popular hero will be a great decoration for a new children's jersey. Lovely friends can friend your child. Embroidering is very simple, because the design is just one color. Using a t-shirt choose a product from dense fabric. Embroidery threads take contrast. CSD DTS EXP HUS PES VIP XXX
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    Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    1,641 downloads

    Size: 9.65 x 3.53'
  41. 1 point

    Version Available formats: dst.

    805 downloads

    Size: 12.25 x 7.80'
  42. 1 point

    Version Any popular formats.

    1,500 downloads

    Great beautiful element for decorating tablecloths or napkins. Other similar free machine embroidery designs can be used. Floral designs are also ideal for decorating denim. This is a classic item for creating original products. You can easily change the colors of the threads to make the embroidery look more harmonious. Size: 2.95 x 9.13'
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    The author is well acquainted with Russian fairy tales, with Russian costume. Beautifully made. Thank you.
  44. 1 point
    I love this but the biggest hoop I have is 5x12
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    Version Any embroidery formats.

    2,289 downloads

    Decoration of cushions in the autumn style. Can be used for a wide range of products. Combining with other projects, you can get a product sery for decorating a kitchen or a living room in one style. The tablecloth decorated with this free embroidered project will decorate the table for Thanksgiving. Your guests will be delighted. Size: 5.04 x 7.47' Author: Seva Brother
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    Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    727 downloads

    Size: 17.72 x 13.16" Author: Zabava
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    Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    2,534 downloads

    Size: 7.73 x 5.29'and 5.04 x 6.15'
  49. 1 point
    Hi there! I purchased the Starlight horse embroidery design (under the Rainbow Brite tab) on a different website yesterday. I had a great deal of trouble stitching it because the stitch density was ridiculous. (My machine couldn't\'t handle it at 10 stitches deep). Your starlight embroidery design looks identical with identical dimensions...are your stitch densities less or will I have the same problem if I buy this file?
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    I don't understand. Are you saying that they will be available soon or they are already available? If they are available, could you send me the link because I can not find them. Thanks Sara
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