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    need help RE: looking for embroidery design

    Hi, since spending most of the day looking for a Semi to machine embroider on my dad's quilt I can't seem to find one that is at least 4x4 hoop. I would prefer one that would work in my 5x7 hoop. I did find one on emblibrary.com but it's a peterbuilt. Well can't have that lol as my dad does not like peterbuilts....Does anyone have designs of semi trucks that would work for my Janome 350e it takes .jef files? or can someone lead me to a site...any help would be sooooooo grateful.

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    Talking downloading embroidery. I did find a site but can't download. What .... Thing do I use. Pdf etc....
    Finished is better than a UFO

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    Quote Originally Posted by DOTTYMO View Post
    Talking downloading embroidery. I did find a site but can't download. What .... Thing do I use. Pdf etc....
    Not sure exactly what you are asking... Each machine manufacturer has a specific format which should be in your manual. Some that come to mind are .pes .hus .art .... A PDF is a static text ad image file that is used to publish manuals etc. the format that sometimes causes confusion with embroidery downloads is a zip file. Zips are compressed files that make the download quicker. You need to extract the embroidery file from the zip after you download it. You can right click the file and select extract..
    "I do not understand how anyone can live without one small place of enchantment to turn to."
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    Your machine will also take an EXP file. While not free, Great Notions has various rigs
    http://www.greatnotions.com/Advanced...|0|0|0|0|0|0|0

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    Try Ann the Gran, Embroidery by Sick, Free Embroidery Designs.

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    http://www.embroiderydesigns.com/pro.../1/82655C.aspx Free design. You need to register (free).

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    Wow, there are lots of them there!!

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    Hello,My hubby is a trucker and Designs by Sick has some nice Semi Tractors and trailers, Good Luck
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