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Thread: Beautiful Machine Embroidery Patterns

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    Red face Beautiful Machine Embroidery Patterns

    I ran across the most beautiful and unusual machine embroidery patterns at;
    www.cuteembroidery.com/angelbaby811. You may also find a few on Etsy under angelbabydesigns811. Oregon Patchwork also carries a few of her designs.
    The design I fell in love with is called "Sunday Clothes" This is a set of Little Girls Fancy Dresses that stitch out very easily, and appear to be lacy.
    There are many different designs also, Antique toys, Parrots, Flowers, etc. The designs are in a spiral effect that appears to be almost 3d, and all designs are tested.
    I am always looking for new designs, and found these to be easy to work up, and love the spiral look. I hope you enjoy my "New Find"

    Have As Much Fun As I Did!
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    very interesting, haven't tackled lace yet but its on my to do list
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    very nice designs. May have to try them.

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    These patterns are not actual lace, you sew them out on fabric as usual, but they appear lacy, or frilly.
    Take the plunge, the really stitch out beautiful, and the prices are sooo reasonable. Many to choose from also.

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    Picture

    Here is a picture of my stitchout.
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    Oh wow! those are awesome. Thanks for sharing.

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    Happy to share. I have two more to stitch up and will post as soon I have finished. I just used Sulky embroidery thread, though I'm sure any good embroidery thread would do well for these designs.
    My granddaughter asked me to frame them each and hang them in her room. Would make a beautiful quilt or wall hanging also. Yes, I'm excited to try the antique toy patterns also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dolphyngyrl View Post
    very interesting, haven't tackled lace yet but its on my to do list
    FSL is very easy to do, you just need to remember that the bobbin thread has to be the same as the needle thread. They are fun and easy to do. You don't need to "tackle" it but if you need any help you can pm me.

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    Very cute Barbara! They stitch out nice in cotton as well, just depends if you want the shine or not. There are so many good sites, and most with free designs, I spend more time looking and buying designs than sewing them out.

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    Barbara, thanks for this link and posting your sew out. Really like getting new design locations.

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    I love her work - she has various themes using the "ripple" stitch - one was a circus, complete with many animals, another was "childrens toys" with a big teddy bear, bicycle, dressed-up doll, just all kinds of stuff. You do need to use the ripple stitch patterns in their original size - no expanding or reducing - but they are beautiful!

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    Really love these designs as they look so real. The flower designs look like you can reach out and touch them. Another place to find the complete collection is At: http://www.oregonpatchworks.com/collections.php?id=ABD. Also at her Etsy shop. So many to chose from, yet all fantastic to stitch out.
    All designs stitch out on regular fabric and are NOT FSL.
    I am going to make a quilt with all the dress designs in various colors. Thought I might add the "Tea Party" design as well.
    Thinking of an antique color fabric, maybe muslin, but yet wanting something soft to look at. The black really makes the designs pop, but I'm not to sure about a black quilt.
    Any suggestions? Will be going out on Monday to look for fabric for my new project. Really excited about this one.

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    I have a question for anyone-I downloaded the African Grey Parrot using the art design as I have a Bernina. I printed the color chart from the cutie design page and there were 8 colors used and the stitch out started with the parrot when I moved the design to my machine there were 10 colors and the design started with the branch. Has any one else experienced this with the cutie designs? I guess it really isn't a problem as long as I know to print the design color chart after it is moved to the Bernina. I have never had this happen with other designs. The Grey is a beautiful stitch out!

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