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Thread: Quilting designs to use with embroidery machine.

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    Quilting designs to use with embroidery machine.

    What I'm looking for seems fairly simple. And it seems others would want it too. But so far I'm not having any luck scouring the internet.
    I just want some kid related quilting designs that I can import to my Memory Craft 12000 and use in about a 6 inch block.
    Something like a truck, or a doll, etc.
    Not embroidery. Just a single line design.
    Anyone know where to get such a thing?

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    Try looking at redwork designs. They are not quilting per se, but they are single line designs. Google "machine redwork children designs"

    Mother Hen embroideries has lots of quilt designs, but don't know if they have any kids'
    http://www.motherhenquilts.com/collect.html
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    Have a look at the Embroidery Library, they have so many designs there

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    http://embromix.com/fantasy-motifs-m...ns/cat_79.html

    I had a set similar to these and did 5" embroidery on 8" raggy squares.

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    you can also try urban threads
    put off till tomorrow what you can do today, and if you procrastinate long enough, you may never have to do it.

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    Thanks

    Quote Originally Posted by PaperPrincess View Post
    Try looking at redwork designs. They are not quilting per se, but they are single line designs. Google "machine redwork children designs"

    Mother Hen embroideries has lots of quilt designs, but don't know if they have any kids'
    http://www.motherhenquilts.com/collect.html
    Oh Great. I think that will work. Now to figure out the logistics of getting a design to my machine.

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    Try. Www.quiltingstencils.com. They have several disks of single line design cd's for quilting on the embroidery machine

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    Check designsbyjuju.com. Lots of kid stuff

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    Children's coloring books are a great source of designs
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    I had to buy Ped Basic to do anything with my embroidery machine. It uses a card not a disk.
    Downloaded some really simple red work teddy bears, nursery rhyme figures, and some designs for more adult blocks.
    It has been awhile so don't remember where I found them but did use designs by Juju also.

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