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

    1,541 downloads

    Size: 7.06 x 9.39'
  2. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    1,348 downloads

    Size: 5.20 x 6.54'
  3. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    4,026 downloads

    Size: 5.43 x 6.93'
  4. Thimble cross stitch free machine embroidery design View File Size: 2.89 x 2.89' Submitter ramages Submitted 10/17/2015 Category Cross stitch  
  5. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    3,408 downloads

    Size: 6.66 x 6.17'
  6. Version : dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    2,654 downloads

    Classic embroidery style. Using the embroidery machine and this free project you can create a whole collection of original products. For home or as a gift. Cross-stitch made on the embroidery machine looks great. The speed with which you can create will amaze any of your girlfriend. New technologies give new life to old needlework. Size: 5.88 x 7.87'
  7. Version : dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    2,543 downloads

    Size: 9.29 x 4.57'
  8. There are three nice little bags executed from bright fabric. They are prepared to pack small Christmas presents for friends and relatives. Author choose pretty embroidery samples to decorate them. They are Christmas deer cross stitch free embroidery design, Deer cross stitch free embroidery design and Christmas Snowflake cross stitch free embroidery design. But original color scheme was changed to the contrary.
  9. Version Any formats: dst, exp, p

    613 downloads

    Size: 2.52 x 3.70'
  10. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    5,643 downloads

    4 parts -every part have size : 5.61 x 5.91'
  11. Version : dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    2,036 downloads

    Classic cross-stitch for decorating cushions or other furnishings. Made in the old style. Ideal for decorating the living room. The embroidered product will be similar to manual work. Choose natural colors of threads that will emphasize the dignity of embroidery. Size: 4.68 x 6.28'
  12. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    1,434 downloads

    Size: 9.18 x 9.14'
  13. Version formats: dst. exp,.hus,

    3,399 downloads

    Size: 2.83 x 3.83'
  14. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    1,607 downloads

    Size: 7.56 x 10.24'
  15. Version formats: dst. exp,.hus,

    6,903 downloads

    Everybody loves Christmas. This is a great gift to give gifts to close friends and loved by your family members. This cute bunny in a Santa Claus hat embroidered on a pillow or napkin will be a wonderful decoration of the Christmas table or living room. Great combination of old-fashioned traditions of needlework and new technologies. Embroidery allows you to make any home furnishing items much faster and with better quality. Size: 4.61 x 4.46'
  16. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    1,094 downloads

    Size:4.65 x 5.91'
  17. Version any popular formats

    108 downloads

    Simple element for napkins and towels decoration. Only one color. Size: 2.36 x 2.56" Author: EmbrGallery
  18. Version formats: dst. exp,.hus,

    8,327 downloads

    Beautiful winter story to create a new cushion. Bright colors and a beautiful Christmas motif for a gift to friends and family. Embroidered product ideally underlines any even the simplest product. A simple towel decorated with a design becomes an expensive and eye-catching item. By embroidering you show others your creative possibilities. Size: 7.09 x 7.09'
  19. Leaf cross stitch free embroidery design View File Simple element for napkins and towels decoration. Only one color. Size: 2.36 x 2.56" Author: EmbrGallery Submitter diver361 Submitted 11/22/2019 Category Cross stitch  
  20. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    644 downloads

    Size: 2.48 x 2.13" Author: Tonito
  21. This beautiful and useful biscornu Biscornu is a French word, meaning something like “quirky”. You can see these cute thingies in almost every home. Even those who only sew on a button or two from time to time, keep them within reach as something to stick superfluous pins and needles in. A skillfully crafted biscornu may serve as an admirable decoration. But that’s all prattle. My point is this: almost all DIY biscornu tutorials concentrate on pincushions for cross-stitch embroidery done by hand, and practically nobody ever mentions the possibility of doing all the sewing and embroidery on a machine. As I already said, the work “biscornu” is of a French origin. It literally means “something uneven”, “with horns or projections”, “irregular”, “funny”, absurd”. For the embroiderers, this word denotes a small polygonal cushion, more or less symmetrical. This skewed little thing may serve as a pincushion, a pendant, a keychain, a scissors fob, and even an ornament. If you add some suitable adornment, you can even hang it on a Christmas tree! Many people would be happy to receive one as a present. Let’s create a biscornu. In this article, I’ll tell you how I made my own. To make a biscornu, you’ll need: 1. A piece of evenly woven fabric (linen or dense cotton). 2. An embroidery machine. 3. Embroidery threads. 4. Optionally, buttons, beads or seed beads, sequins, and rhinestones. 5. Water-soluble or tearaway stabilizer. 6. A design (you may get one from our store https://embroideres.com/). 1. Let’s start by hooping stabilizer and fabric. Tighten the screw and additionally secure the fabric with pins, so that it doesn’t shift during the embroidery. 2. Load the design into the embroidery machine, attach the hoop and embroider both parts of your biscornu. 3. Attention! The essential part of biscornu decor is backstitch running along the edge of the design. It will be used for the joining of the two parts. 4. Both parts of our biscornu are ready. Cut them out with a 1 cm seam allowance. 5. Before you start assembling the thing, locate the centers of every side of your squares. Mark center points with pins. Join the center of one square with the corner of another. This will give the thing the required skewed shape. The assembling process is fun, but it’s also time-consuming, so switch on an audiobook or an episode of your favorite TV series. We’re going to sew the parts of our biscornu by hand. 6. Pick up the needle and the thread (same as you used for the backstitch), fold it in half so that there is a loop at one end. Move the needle through the first backstitch, then back and through the loop, thus securing the thread with an invisible stitch. 7. Pull the thread through 2 corner stitches. 8. Continue in this manner, joining the stitches of square No1 with the stitches of square No2, until your biscornu is stitched up on three sides. You only sew half of the fourth side, leaving an opening for the stuffing. 9. Snip the inner corners. 10. Stuff the things with bits of polyester batting or another padding material. 11. Sew the opening. 12. Your biscornu is almost ready. Let’s add some finishing touches. 13. Fold the thread in half, so there is a loop at one end, and thread the two ends through the needle. Find the center of every side of the square, and with a long needle pierce the biscornu through. Then bring the needle back and through the loop. 14. Pull the thread through the buttons, gathering your biscornu a bit. Having looked at my biscornu the following morning, I realized that I didn’t like the buttons. So I replaced them with beads. Good luck and easy stitching to you all! Creating biscornu is fun! Tutorial supplement. How to create a design for a biscornu Loading the design 1. Open Embird Editor and click on Cross Stitch. 2. Load the design via Chart Import. 3. In the window, click on the part of the design and use the Crop tool on it. You should get something like this. Press OK. While cropping the image and placement of the marks, use +/- to zoom in or out. 4. In the next window, place the red marks as shown in the picture below, and click on Align Grid. In the window that pops up, you’ll be offered to place a number of crosses between marks 1 and 2, and also between marks 2 and 3. Type in 10 (the number corresponds with the real number of crosses between the marks) and press OK. 5. See whether the red greed aligns with the chart greed. If yes, press OK. If the two grids don't align, click on Undo Alignment and change the placement of the three marks. A 100% alignment is not necessary. The loading image FAQ How to activate the Crop button? Open your image (step 3), and immediately after that place the cursor in the spot A. Holding down your left mouse button, move the cursor to the spot B. Release the button. Now the Crop tool is active. Why did you place the red marks in those places, and not in the corners? Why 10 crosses? You can place the red marks whenever you want them, and set any spacing you like (even if it is only 1 cross). Play around with the options and see what works best for you. Drawing the pattern 1. First of all, let’s choose the color. Click on the Eye Dropper tool on the toolbar. Left-click on the wine-red color. It will appear in your color chart. 2. Click on Line and create the objects 1, 2 and 3. 3. Now, click on Pencil, and create the objects 4, 5 and 6. Play with these tools a bit. Note the difference between them. Decide for yourself, in which cases you would prefer Line, and when Pencil would be better. 4. Click on the Eye dropper again, but this time choose grey. 5. Now click on Line and draw the objects 1,2 and 3. 6. Click on Pencil and draw the rest of the objects. We’re done with drawing. Let’s proceed to the last part, copying and pasting. Copying and placement Before copying and placing the symmetrical pattern, you’ll need to change the size of your work area. 1. Go to the Options menu and click on Preferences. 2. Check the Keep Aspect Ratio box and change the value to: 3. Your work area now looks like this: 4. Click on Marquee (vertical toolbar) and select your pattern. Press Auto Repeat. 5. In the opening window, set the following values: right pointing arrow (1), mirror horizontally (2), spacing -1 (3). Press OK. 6. Using the Marquee tool (step 4), select the pattern and click on Auto Repeat. 7. The window will pop up, where you set the following values: The arrow pointing down (1), mirror vertically (2), spacing -1 (3). Your pattern is ready. Save the file in the necessary format. For those who don’t want to bother with all that, here you can download the design. Original text by Irina Lisitsa, tutorial supplement by Lisa Prass
  22. Version formats: dst. exp,.hus,

    1,418 downloads

    Size: 3.90 x 7.81'
  23. Version dst, exp, hus, jef, pes, vp3

    1,242 downloads

    Size: 5.26 x 5.26'
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