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    Sandy Hook Embroidery Snowflake

    All Brands is offering for free an embroidery snowflake to welcome the students to their new school on January 2. This will be their first day back to school. The address is in the email for mailing the snowflake. I would love to be able to do this but need some help!!
    I have a Brother SE350. I need a ped basic in order to be able to download the file. My sewing machine uses special embroidery cards. I will purchase this item. **What do I need to unzip the embroidery file?** I need all suggestions in order to get this done in a timely fashion.
    https://mail.google.com/mail/?shva=1...bc01be25721fed
    Merry Christmas to all!!
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    I use WinRaR it's free http://www.winrar.com/. Best of luck

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    If you have windows it should do it for you, just go to computer, go to downloads, right click on the file and click extract all. Than choose where you want the file to be stored by clicking browse and it should store all unzipped files to that location. If you don't have microsoft windows I am not sure how it is done. Make sure to right click and not left click.
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    You might have to store it to the computer and import it in to PE basic and store it to the card there. I have a file in my documents where I store all my downloaded designs that I copy to my zip drives.
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    I am so sorry about the incorrect link. I am attaching a new link. As you can see, I am at a disadvantage when it comes to certain things on the computer. Hoping to get this done!! http://lindeegembroidery.com/shop/in...oducts_id=1076
    Thank you for the responses. I will have to wait for the PED basic to see if I can get it done!!
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    I don't have that ability but our family got together this past week and cut out snowflakes and mailed them. We know they won't last as long as the embroidered ones but we believe the children will enjoy them taped on the walls of the hallway/classrooms or taped to a window. If not, they can toss em and my teenagers will never know and still will have the feeling of helping someone else smile for a minute or two . And I'm OK with that. Bless all you who do the beautiful embroidered snowflakes. Now, lets send a box of em to Krystina! lol
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    can someone lead me to the story so that I can make some of the flakes to send. I can't find an address to send them to. Can some help. Thank you

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    I've embroidered some from red moon gardens but would like to do more & different ones. Where do I get the All Brands snowflake?

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    The link for the embroidery pattern:

    http://lindeegembroidery.com/shop/in...oducts_id=1076
    quilter711
    Nancy

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    Quote Originally Posted by quilter711 View Post
    All Brands is offering for free an embroidery snowflake to welcome the students to their new school on January 2. This will be their first day back to school. The address is in the email for mailing the snowflake. I would love to be able to do this but need some help!!
    I have a Brother SE350. I need a ped basic in order to be able to download the file. My sewing machine uses special embroidery cards. I will purchase this item. **What do I need to unzip the embroidery file?** I need all suggestions in order to get this done in a timely fashion.
    Merry Christmas to all!!
    Correct link in later post (see below)
    quilter711
    Nancy

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