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    Machine cross stitch

    Hello everyone. This is Penny from Topeka. I've been quilting since 2000 and yes I'm addicted : ) I have a Bernina 200E and am looking for some cross stitch that has been digitized so I can do it by machine.
    Does anyone know of any site that offers machine cross stitch? This is a wonderful information site so thot I'd throw this out. Thank you all.

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    Nancy's Notions has some and am sure if you google it more will pop up

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    Try www.emblibrary.com. Good prices.
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    Welcome from NE Ohio.

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    Try AnnTheGran.com I'm always receiving emails from different embroidery groups and the "machine cross stitch" is really getting popular again. Also, a lot of the digitizers are releasing quilt block designs in the cross stitch method!

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    vermillion stitchery is all cross stitch. I love cross stitch too and use my embroidery machine too. Using these patterns on Aida cloth looks like hand done.
    quilting in beautiful Ohio

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    Thank you guys : ) I love embroidery library! They even give birthday gifts, you gotten love them! Have done business with them forever. I wrote them the other day asking them to start offering cross stitch. Got a freebe from Sutberry and sewed it out this morning. (too cute) It was a snowman. We here in Topeka also had a beautiful snow! I have googled and found all but will go to ann the gran now, forgot about that one. Thanks again. Nice chatting and being with you all : ) You are a great group Have a most wonderful day.....

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    There are some really lovely designs for Cross Stitch here :-



    http://www.advanced-embroidery-desig...=&startlist=60

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    http://www.shooflypiecrossstitch.com

    This site also offers a DMC to Embroidery Thread Conversion Chart.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Marnie View Post
    http://www.shooflypiecrossstitch.com

    This site also offers a DMC to Embroidery Thread Conversion Chart.
    These designs are so HAPPY - what a great site!

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    Ellen Mauer-Stroh has a beautiful free 2012 "Antique Sampler" at:
    http://www.maurer-stroh.com/project2...roduction.html
    January, February & March are all available. After going to the downloads page, click the desired month at the bottom of the page.

    She also has a cross stitch board, from which you can download free designs; you do have to register. She only allows you to download 5 per/day. That day is 24hrs + at least one minute after the last design you download today. I just kept at it every day and downloaded them all. Her designs are available in several formats; the machine embroidery designs are at the bottom of the page:

    http://www.cross-stitch-board.com/forum/downloads.php
    Bev in TX

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    Here are a few more ...

    http://www.designsbysick.com/
    Click on "Search design sets by keyword" and then in the "Search below list for:" box, type "cross" and hit enter. You'll find a few cross stitch sets, mixed in with "cross" sets.

    http://www.beckyjdesigns.com/services.html
    Becky J. Designs only has cross stitch designs. Samples can be found by clicking "Read more" under "Free stuff".

    http://www.artisticthreadworks.com
    Artistic Thread Works has a number of cross stitch designs. Click on "Designs" at the top of the page and then "Cross-Stitch". There may be others mingled in amongst newer designs as I think they stopped categorizing designs by stitch type.
    Bev in TX

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    Machine cross stitch.

    [QUOTE=Penville12483;5021079]Hello everyone. This is Penny from Topeka. I've been quilting since 2000 and yes I'm addicted : ) I have a Bernina 200E and am looking for some cross stitch that has been digitized so I can do it by machine.
    Does anyone know of any site that offers machine cross stitch? This is a wonderful information site so thoughtt I'd throw this out. Thank you all.[/QUOTE

    Check out Artistic Thread Works.com. They do have some cross stitch patterns, I know. Haven't tried any as yet, but thought I might the next time I do some downloading. You might be interested in their entire program.. It's different than most. Good luck and have fun. Marge L.
    When life goes to pieces, make quilts.

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    Penny, I was trying to decide if I should PM you or post. But since some of these can be used as quilts or wall hangings, I decided to post it.

    Here are some beautiful sites. I have done some of the designs.
    I was just looking them up for a friend the other day.
    http://www.vsccs.com/ME/ME-Main.htm
    http://www.vsccs.com/Sample%20Design...leDesigns.html
    http://www.purplehat.co.za/DesignCat...yNeedleKit.htm
    http://www.purplehat.co.za/DesignCat...aNeedleKit.htm
    http://www.purplehat.co.za/DesignCat...eNeedleKit.htm
    http://www.purplehat.co.za/DesignCat...iQuilts4x4.htm
    http://www.maurer-stroh.com/

    dawn227

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