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  1. 5 points

    Version 1.0.0

    398 downloads

    Star Trek. Starfleet Command, United Federation of Planets. Free embroidery design arm patch. Please feel free to share this file with all your Star Trek Friends. Make it into an iron on patch and give it to your friends, they will love it.
  2. 5 points

    Version 1.0.0

    408 downloads

    Free Star Trek, Starfleet Command Arm Patch. Come on who doesn't want an arm patch from Star Trek. This logo is also often seen on the computer screens in the background. It sews out great, then put some iron-on adhesive on the back and away you go.
  3. 5 points

    Version Any popular formats

    314 downloads

    Beautiful design compatible with any type of embroidery machine. The perfect decor for a kitchen napkin. You can cut out internal empty areas. Size: 3.94 x 3.94" Author: EmbGallery
  4. 4 points

    Version Any popular formats

    192 downloads

    5 different mushrooms 10 x10 frame
  5. 4 points

    Version 1.0.0

    435 downloads

    A friendly Shark smiling with big teeth. I don't think so lol. Not with those teeth. The free embroidery design is 3.4" x 3.4" . Make it your own fun design and share it with your friends. Its good to share. If you like my designs click on the like icon or thank you icon. They let me know what you feel about my designs. :-)
  6. 4 points

    Version Any popular formats

    76 downloads

    Enjoy this cool embroidery ! 10 x 10 12683 stitches/ 14 x 20 22009 stitches frames
  7. 4 points

    Version 1.0.0

    138 downloads

    Simple black shark 8cm x 4cm ish. Share the design with your friends. If you like the design don't forget to click on the heart icon to let me know. :-)
  8. 4 points

    Version 1.0.0

    762 downloads

    Free Shark with a big smile embroidery design. He looks a bit like the smile might not be genuine. I wouldn't want to be his dentist. The design is 80x83cm. Would look great on your little ones back pack, on a quilt or on your Partners t-shirt. Have fun with it.
  9. 4 points
    AVailable here Curious cat embroidery design 2
  10. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    119 downloads

    Embroidery created with Embird 2020 software. Density 4.5 and more, the dimension is 4X4. Perfect for embellishing a fashion item.
  11. 3 points

    Version Any popular formats

    190 downloads

    Set of 3 old cars for bags, bathrobe.... 10x10 / 13x18 frames
  12. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    67 downloads

    10x10 frame
  13. 3 points

    Version Any popular formats

    155 downloads

    To customize your kid's plaid, bag, healthbook, bathrobe.... 10 x 10 / 14 x 20 frames
  14. 3 points

    Version Any popular formats

    285 downloads

    A classic motif for decorating a pillow or making a pillow for your beloved grandmother The most popular technique for the embroidery. Complete and high-quality project. Size: 6.18 x 7.17" Author: EmbGallery
  15. 3 points
    Decorating a kitchen: an embroidered pot holder Not only will an embroidered pot holder protect your hands from scalding but also make your kitchen look lovely. In the course of our collaborative projects, the participants are required to embroider any of the kitchen or table textiles of their choice. No need to do something complex, as one can always make a pot holder. An embroidered pot holder. Materials Sole-colored cotton, 2 pieces Printed cotton, 1 piece Tearaway adhesive stabilizer Upper thread Underthread Scissors Cotton lace Padding material An embroidered pot holder. The making process I used two sole-colored pieces of different fabrics for the embroidered part and for the back part of my pot holder, with a binding. I could have cut the front and the back parts out of the same fabric, as it would look more natural if the whole thing was white. But I didn't have the necessary amount of white fabric, and therefore, I supplemented it with beige one. Let’s embroider a design first. Stabilize your fabric and hoop it. Select your threads (I do it beforehand, and sort them in the order of sewing), and start the embroidery. While the machine is going, you can make yourself a cup of coffee, pausing occasionally to change the thread. Once the embroidery is ready, unhoop the fabric and do the cutting. Natural fabrics, being heat-resistant, are preferable. My pot holder was a simple square one, with no bells and whistles. As for the batting, felt, wadding or drape cloth are most common, but if you don't have any of those, and you only plan to use the pot holder for the decoration, you may use polyester batting instead. Attention! Polyester batting is highly thermal conductive and has a low melting threshold. You’ll need to cut two square pieces, one sole-colored and one printed. Don’t use vividly colored prints; the fabric should not distract attention from the embroidery. It would be better if one of the colors of the fabric will match one of the main colors in your design. Out of the embroidered piece, cut out a pocket with seam allowance, so that the design is right at the center. Lay a piece of lace on top of it, facing into the right corner. Cut with allowance, in case it shifts during sewing, and you don’t want to rip it off. Prepare the binding. It is usually cut on a bias, but if you don’t have enough material, you may use a simple rectangle instead. First, I stitched the batting and the beige fabric for the back part of my pot holder. These are simple square pieces, no difficulties here. You may mark them for better alignment, but I did it by eye, and it came out fine. Then I stitched the pocket and the lace to the front part. I ironed out the edging so that it would sew easier, pinned the corners and carefully stitched along the edge. Now be very careful and make sure that the stitch goes along the top edge of the binding in one go and doesn’t slide down the lower one. If you set your machine at a low speed and keep steadying it along the way, it will come out fine. Be extra careful at the corners (alas, I didn’t manage to achieve perfection here). I don’t like basting and step-by-step stuff, all this dilly-dallying just doesn’t agree with me. But if you prefer to work that way, you can baste the thing first. Cut your binding a little longer than the perimeter of the pot holder; we’ll make the surplus into an eyelet. Your pot holder is ready! You may insert your favorite recipe into the pocket. Original text by Mary Stratan
  16. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    283 downloads

    2 beautiful poultry to customize your creations ! 10x10 frame
  17. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    252 downloads

    Star Trek Discovery the latest series started in 2017. Here is a Captains badge. The 4 pips denoting the rank of Captain being on the badge itself instead of being on the collar. This is for all you Trekkies out there. Live Long and Prosper.
  18. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    289 downloads

    Batman embroidery design with a filled in background. There is only 1 patch in this file. I placed 4 next to each other as It looks good in different colours, for effect. Just change the first thread to whatever you like. If you want to you can skip the first colour, the background altogether and skip to the second thread and sew it however you want. Its your embroidery design :-)
  19. 3 points

    Version 1.0.0

    517 downloads

    Free Suzuki GSX 1400 Motorbike embroidery design 17x12cm
  20. 3 points
    Lapdog design can be found in the photo stitch section. Thank you forum.embroideres.com for this design of a little terrier. Looks exactly like an old family pet. I just had to sew it out. Turned out so good as well. Thank you
  21. 3 points
    I made this for my 3 year old great-nephews vast collection of Lego. You can get the Lego faces in the free embroidery section of forum.embroideries

    © Dave W

  22. 3 points
    A guide to sewing a freestyle backpack purse. Beginning Step 1. Let’s sew the straps. We have 4 of those. If you use fabric, fold the pattern No13 right side inside, stitch the sides together, turn right side out and finish the edges with a topstitch. If you use leather or artificial leather, trim allowance on the sides of the pattern No13. Glue the edges on the wrong side and fold them toward the center. Finish the edges with a topstitch. Put the resulting leather/fabric/webbing piece through the metallic frame, thus getting a part of the future strap. Step 2. Sew the straps to the pattern No5, in accordance with the plotted lines painted on it. Step 3. Place the pattern No6 (the lower edge) on top of the pattern No5 (the edge with the straps), and stitch with seam allowance, right sides facing each other. Turn the piece right side out and add do a topstitch along the seam (the seam allowance should be facing the bottom, the straps should be facing the back). Step 4. Now take resulting piece of Step 3, and match up the narrow part of the pattern No5 with the lower edge of the pattern No4, right sides facing each other. Stitch with seam allowance, fold back to the right side and finish with a topstitch along the seam on the side of the pattern No5 (the seam allowance should be facing toward the bottom). Step 5. To the resulting piece of Step 4, attach the edging, in accordance with the plotted lines on the pattern No6. Step 6. Preparing a zipper. Put the parts of the pattern No11 together, their right sides facing each other, so that the short end of the assembly covers a 40 cm long zipper. Stitch with 1 cm seam allowance and then topstitch along the seam. Step 7. Stitch the resulting pieces of Step 5 and Step 6 together, in accordance with the plotted lines. One flange of the zipper is now secured. Step 8. Place two parts of the pattern No7 (canvas) on top of each other, right sides facing each other, and sew along the lower edge with seam allowance. Flip both parts back. Place the resulting piece of Step 7 on the canvas, right sides facing each other, in accordance with the plotted lines. Sew with seam allowance to the edge of the pattern No4 (the assembly with the zipper). ***The beginning and the end of the line of stitching should not overlap the second canvas piece. Step 9. Turn the Pattern No8 right side out. Transfer the center point over onto the zipper tape. Cover it with the second piece of canvas, right sides facing each other, align the centers and the triangular bracings. Baste and stitch with 0.5 seam allowance. Step 10. Patch plate on the front. If you decided to make your patch plate rectangular, fold the edges to the center and do a topstitch along the folding lines. Sew the last pair of straps to the pattern No12. You may shorten these straps as much as possible. Step 11. Sew the resulting piece of Step 10 to the pattern No3. Step 12. Sew the resulting piece of Step 11 to the pattern No9, matching up the centers. Step 13. Now we’re going to sew the short handles. If you're using fabric, fold the parts of the pattern No10, right sides facing each other, and stitch with seam allowance. Turn the whole thing right side out, press it with an iron and do a topstitch along the folding lines. If you're using leather or artificial leather, glue the long sides to a depth of 2 cm. Hem in the seam allowance, then gently tap the folds with a small hammer. Fold the result in half and sew the folded hems together. Add another line of stitching at the same distance, parallel to the first. Round handle: an alternative. To make a round handle, you’ll need a cord, preferably the one that has a core. The circumference of the handle will depend on the diameter of the cord. The point here is to match the diameter of the cord to the inner part of the future handle. The cord should be equal to the pattern No10 in length, minus 2 cm of seam allowance. How to calculate the width of the pattern No10 (the round handle): Measure the diameter of the cord, if unknown. Add 3–5 mm so that is moves freely, and 2 cm allowance on top of that. That will give you get the necessary width. Fold the seam allowance to the wrong side. Glue (if you're using leather) or baste (if you’re using fabric). Match up the folded hems and sew. Using whatever you have at hand, pass the cord through the pattern. This is how I do it. First, I pick up a thick thread and a needle. Having cut 30 cm of the thread, I secure it at the end of the cord, winding it around several times with a needle. I also have a sturdy strand of wire. Folding it in half; I attach the free end of the thread to the bend. Then I pass the wire through my future short handle and draw the end of the cord on the other side. It will take some effort, because there is not too much room inside. It will be an easy journey from here. We now have the straps. Step 14. Sew the result of Step 13 (the short handles) to the short edges of the result of Step 12, right sides facing each other, at a distance of 1.5 cm from the corner. Step 15. Now let’s add our zipper. Fold the pattern No2 in half and put it on top of your main zipper, close to the teeth, but not too close. Sew along the folding line at a distance of 3–5 mm from the edge. If the zipper tape is wide, you may add another line of stitching, parallel to the first. Repeat with the second flange. Be sure to do the reversing to secure the end of the zipper so that it doesn’t pop open. Step 16. Sew the resulting piece of Step 15 to the even edge of the pattern No1 (made of outer fabric), right sides together. Repeat with the second part of pattern No1. Step 17. If you’re making a bag out of fabric, baste the resulting piece of the Step 14 to the resulting piece of the pattern 16, right sides together, at a distance of 1.5 cm from the upper edge of the pattern No1. Later this assembly will be stitched to the upper edge of the body of the bag. In order to make a beautiful even seam, use the markings on the pattern No1 that correspond to the markings on the bottom part of the resulting piece of Step 14. Do not sew the upper edges of the lining to the upper end of the body! Stitch the basted edges with seam allowance. Thus we get the future upper part of the backpack. Step 18. Put the two parts of the pattern No8 together, right sides facing each other, and stitch along the upper and lower edges. Turn right side out through the open sides. If you decided to make two pockets, repeat this last step with the second part of the pattern No8. Iron out the pocket edges. Step 19. Sew the resulting piece of Step 18 to the pattern No6, in accordance with the plotted lines. Sew or baste the sides, fixing them in place. Stitch along bottom folding line, thus attaching the lower part of the pocket. Or, you may stitch the pocket in one go: first the right side, then the bottom, and then the left. Step 20. Now, the lining for the body of your bag. Align the resulting piece of Step 19 and the pattern No9, and sew with seam allowance along the shorter edge, right sides facing each other. Press the seam allowance open. Step 21. Sew the result of the Step 20 with the pattern N1 (the lining), at a distance of 1.5 cm from the upper corner of that pattern. Leave an opening for turning your backpack right side out. Step 22. Unzip. Align the upper edges of the result of Step 21 (right side) to the upper edges of the resulting piece of Step 17 (wrong side). Sew with seam allowance. Step 23. Tuck the outer part of the bag into the lining. Do not turn the whole thing right side out yet. Align the open side edges of the lining and the zipper. Make sure that the edges of the inside and outside parts of the bag align. Sew with seam allowance. Step 24. Turn the backpack right side out through the opening in the lining. Tuck the lining into the backpack and check all of the seams for defects. All good? Then stitch the opening in the lining with a blind stitch. Step 25. Now let’s prepare the lower parts of the straps. Use the technique from step 13. We sewed the short handles there. Step 26. Slide on the strap adjusters. Detachable straps. Stitch the strap ends. Non-detachable straps. Pass the strap ends through the openings in the front part of the backpack and sew. Pass the other ends through the openings on the back (the ones on the straps) and then once more through the strap length adjusters, so as to form a second lover loop. Sewing the edge of the shoulder straps. P.S. If you find any part of the tutorial difficult, feel free to write a comment, and we’ll try to help. Please share the photos of your backpacks with us; we’ll be happy to add them to our Gallery! We’ll be happy to see your creations!
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  24. 2 points

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

    15,889 downloads

    Size minimum: 2.48 x 11.13'
  25. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    103 downloads

    Embroidery created with Embird software 2020. Density 4.5 and more, the size is 5X7. Perfect for embellishing a fashion item.
  26. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    78 downloads

    Enjoy this design for all kids' stuff 14x20 frame
  27. 2 points

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

    1,521 downloads

    Size: 5.91 x 3.70"
  28. 2 points

    Version Any popular formats

    278 downloads

    A beautiful motif for creating a romantic gift for St. Valentine's Day. Elegant and light. On the corner of a napkin or shawl. Size: 4.81 x 4.33' Author: EmbGallery
  29. 2 points

    Version 1.0.0

    643 downloads

    Nice looking Sunflower stitch it out and place it in a picture frame. Let it's bright colours cheer you up in the mornings.
  30. 2 points
    Sewing tutorial: an eco-friendly bag with a Rooster This is another one of the tutorials presented at the Mlyn exhibition in Minsk. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to sew an eco-friendly bag with a reverse appliqué (Rooster). And not just a simple appliqué, but a quilted one, too. Sewing a Rooster eco bag. Materials: Unbleached linen fabric For the bag: 2 pieces, 30 x 35 cm each For the handles: 2 pieces, 7 x 60 cm each (or 1 piece, 7 x120 cm) For the lining: 2 pieces of calico, 32 x 30 cm plus 1 piece, 18 x 18 cm – for the pocket Colored strips of fabric 24 cm long for the appliqué (the width may vary: 2.5 or 3 or 3.5 cm) Sewing threads, erasable pen, zigzag scissors. Sewing a Rooster eco-friendly bag. The working process: For the decoration, we’ll be using a raw edge reverse appliqué. You can use any outline drawing of a rooster size 20 x 20 cm. Print it and cut out the pattern. Stitch the strips of fabric together to make a quilt: one after the other, alternating between different colors, until you get a piece 24 x 24 cm in size. Place the front part of your bag on top of the quilt and secure it with pins. Trace the design onto the fabric with an erasable pen. Make sure that the design isn’t bigger than the quilted area. Sew along the outline with a decorative stitch. Using your zigzag scissors, make a hole in the outlined area and cut it close to the outline. Use the resulting piece to create your eco-bag. Original text by Olga Milovanova
  31. 2 points

    Version Any popular formats

    153 downloads

    A simple and elegant opportunity for decorating clothes. You can decorate a blouse or a T-shirt. Size: 4.93 x 7.05" Author: EmbGallery
  32. 2 points
    Huge thank you to Dave for your awesome car gauges! I turned them into badges and sewed them onto a hat for my Hubby. I think it turned out great
  33. 2 points

    Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    1,856 downloads

    Size: 6.89 x 8.39'
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    je cherche cette magnifique tête de chat pour l'acheter mais je ne trouve pas! pouvez-vous m'aider merci
  36. 2 points

    Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    14,322 downloads

    Sizes: 4.22 x 7.01 and 6.15 x 10.22' Decorating various products with embroidery you can never go wrong. This type of design is universal. Beautiful flowers for the new series of cushions. Leki almost aerial design will remind you of summer days. This free design is versatile to use. You can decorate them with a summer T-shirt or denim jacket. Low density Dandelions free embroidery design allows you to use any fabric. Pay attention to stitch effects. They are very original. The sets of details are made with love.
  37. 2 points
    This is cool and bright textile backpack that is able to make any teenager center of attention of his or her classmates an friends. It is embellished by many colorful details but each of them is perfectly combines with another. Maybe it is due to nice embroidery sample chosen as center of entire composition. It is Captain America retreats embroidery design.
  38. 2 points
    This is very beautiful textile bag that definitely will be your favorite accessory for summer time. It is made of pleasant natural cotton of light shade. So it will be suitable for almost all clothes in your wardrobe. In spite of simple design it looks very elegant and impressive. It is because of Attractive eye embroidery design chosen for its decoration.
  39. 2 points
    Star Trek Starfleet Command Arm Patch free embroidery design View File Free Star Trek, Starfleet Command Arm Patch. Come on who doesn't want an arm patch from Star Trek. This logo is also often seen on the computer screens in the background. It sews out great, then put some iron-on adhesive on the back and away you go. Submitter Dave W Submitted 02/01/2020 Category Science fiction  
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    Beautiful! Looks just like my friends pet!
  42. 2 points
    So cute! I love cats.))) P.S. Where I can get this lovely design? P.P.S. I have found it in this store. So small things can make me happy.)))
  43. 2 points
    This is amazing! Would love to have the design
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  45. 1 point

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

    3,779 downloads

    Size: 4.06 x 6.28' Author: Weila
  46. 1 point

    Version Any popular formats

    476 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.
  47. 1 point

    Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    2,644 downloads

    Size: 3.88 x 6.65\
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  49. 1 point
    Hi, i wanted to know how much the brother pr 650 costs. Thank you
  50. 1 point
    Please look here Flowers embroidery designs Cheers
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