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Thread: I need help, please!! site that has embroidery designs

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    I need help, please!! site that has embroidery designs

    I'm trying to find a website I thought I saved but apparently didn't!! It used to be abcnana4me.com years ago, it's a site that has embroidery designs with names on them and you subscribe. I know she sold the site to someone else and then last year got the site back and changed the address. I thought I saved it but I didn't! Can anyone help me?? I love to incorporate some of these designs in kids quilts and different decorations!
    Thank you!!

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    Did you google monogram embroidery sites? Maybe one of them will ring a bell, good luck.

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    Stop whining and find time to quilt!
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    The site I'm looking for has snowflakes made out of names and other designs with names in them. she sold the site years ago to her ex daughter in law i believe and then got the site back from her last year.

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    I thought that was the site osewme but it's not because they're no longer posting new stuff and this person is supposed to be doing new designs every month. I'm not sure i'm gonna find it, lol




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    If you accessed the site recently, you can check your computer's stored history. There is a lot of history, so it helps if you can remember the date you accessed the site.

    also, there is a web archive where you can access old websites. Did she post the new website name on the old website? If so, checking the web archive should help. When I get to my computer later, I can give you more info about the archive. I have found some old sites that way.

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    Here's what I found on the Wayback machine:
    https://web.archive.org/web/20120205...ana4me.com:80/

    It does not provide a new website name, and I couldn't find a save of the old website other than the above. You can try the "contact us" info -- two email addresses for Penny Smith and Mandy Feck.

    If you are a member of the SewForum board, you may be able to do a search on the name to find more info:
    http://www.sewforum.com/viewtopic.php?f=33&t=154429 . The abcnana name was definitely mentioned on that board.

    It looks like most references to the abcnana website were last made in 2009. Looks like the last time that website was saved on Wayback was 2014. In internet terms, that is getting pretty far back in time.

    Also, it looks like the abcnana4me website was originally a subscription website for $5 per year. This was back in 2009:
    http://www.cuteembroidery.com/217232...ania-site.html

    Looks like the abcnana4me website closed in December of 2010:
    http://www.cuteembroidery.com/625540...had-Santa.html

    Edit: I did some Google searches on Mandy Feck embroidery and it looks like she had another website up to about 2015. Found some posts on the digitizing embroidery group on Yahoo with her name, but the links do not work.

    I found an Etsy listing for Penny Smith. Interestingly enough, the url has mandyfeck in the name! https://www.etsy.com/nz/people/mandyfeck . It looks like her Etsy store is HappyLaneEmb; however, there are no items for sale in it right now. https://www.etsy.com/shop/HappyLaneEmb
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    There are dozens of embroidery design websites that have thousands of downloadable embroidery designs many with free designs or for very little money. I have thousands of designs and have only spent a total of about $40 on them. I have probably 30 different font design sets that include the entire alphabet both upper and lower case. Just Google embroidery designs or downloadable embroidery designs.
    Last edited by janjanq; 07-10-2017 at 06:01 AM.

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    how about names galore?

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    I remember what you are talking about. It was so neat to have a snowflake made from your name. At one time I had directions for how to do it with the Viking software but haven't seen or used it for years.

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    I believe the sites you are thinking of are https://www.annaboveembroidery.com/ and/or https://abc-machine-embroidery.com/ Sorry I don't know how to high light it. Hope this helps.
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    Ok guess it does it automatically!
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    Embroidery Library is really good.
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    Thank you all so much for all your hard work trying to find it for me, but none of those are the site I'm looking for. I remember also she had flowers and the petals were names. I'm almost ready to just give up, I don't know where else to look!!

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