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Thread: machine embroidery website

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    machine embroidery website

    I just discovered www.embroiderydesigns.com

    I have spent 2 days just looking at the redwork designs, there are sooo many!

    I did purchase one, and it stitched up beautifully.

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    Yes have looked at that site - my favorite is Embroidery Library
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    I got a designs from there also, plus the free ones. Last night I was trying to pull some up that I purchased and they would not come up. So disappointed, spent almost an hour can to get them to download to my machine.

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    I also love www.emblibrary.com. There are so many sites with many different designs. Lots are free, too. Cute Embroidery has a listing of daily freebies. Embroidery Designs was the first one I found when I got my machine and as I learned soon, the most expensive!
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    I too like Emblibrary. The only thing about their filled designs are I call them Bullet Proof! Just really dense, but I can say I probably have almost every design they have. One of my favorite sites is Hatched in Africa. They are just awesome and are giving a free alphabet away now. They just started it. Has anyone went and seen them while they were in the USA, if not you should. They are just awesome. I live in Tn and try to see them everytime they come, I even went to Texas for a 3 day seminar once, just for them. Beautiful designs on their site, and they have sales all the time.
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    Here's another fun one...not your grandma's embroidery, for sure!

    http://www.urbanthreads.com/

    They have machine and hand designs.
    People who start projects and never finish them are cooler
    than people who never start projects at all.


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    Sometimes you have to go in and request a new number to download from them. You are given one at the end of your purchase and if you don't follow instructions and download with the given number, you can't get them. You can request a new number and they will give it to you.

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    smart needle.com is great too, really cute

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    Thanks for the website - one I didn't know about. Just bought a 6 needle Brother PR650 machine and having fun trying out new patterns.

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    Some other good sites are Sue Box, CD-Creations. BFC Creations, Criswell, Zundt, I could just go on and on I have so many designers that I really like

    This one is all free FSL designs
    http://bejoscha.tavernmaker.de/DESIG...avernMaker.htm
    I collect Seraphim Angels

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    Quote Originally Posted by verna2197 View Post
    Some other good sites are Sue Box, CD-Creations. BFC Creations, Criswell, Zundt, I could just go on and on I have so many designers that I really like

    This one is all free FSL designs
    http://bejoscha.tavernmaker.de/DESIG...avernMaker.htm
    Love this site, thanks so much! I can't wait to try some of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by deedum View Post
    Love this site, thanks so much! I can't wait to try some of them.
    you are so very welcome, yes I love that site too
    I collect Seraphim Angels

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    Quote Originally Posted by verna2197 View Post
    I too like Emblibrary. The only thing about their filled designs are I call them Bullet Proof! Just really dense, but I can say I probably have almost every design they have. One of my favorite sites is Hatched in Africa. They are just awesome and are giving a free alphabet away now. They just started it. Has anyone went and seen them while they were in the USA, if not you should. They are just awesome. I live in Tn and try to see them everytime they come, I even went to Texas for a 3 day seminar once, just for them. Beautiful designs on their site, and they have sales all the time.
    One thing I found out about their designs on emblibrary.com is that some of the designs are older and stitched differently. My machine takes most formats and for other machine brands plus Viking has lots of different formats. They told me to try to get the one that goes best with my machine, for me that would be VP3, then VIP or HUS as a last resort and I'll get a better quality, they were right.
    I did get to see Hatched in Africa last yr but they didn't come this way this yr. Love their designs too, great for kids things because they are light. I never have to take thier designs into my software and have the density reduced, if I pull it up it normally shows its great the way it is. Some have to be reduced alot. They are great to work with, if you miss a design when they are doing thier weekly free ones, if you email them they'll send it to you.
    I also like oregonpatch because it represents several sites that I like.
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    I just got an embroidery mchine so I will be watching this thread. Thanks
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