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Old 01-09-2019, 05:36 PM
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I just discovered emblibray.com . . .
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Yes -- it can get spendy! I Love all the designs I've purchased from them. Embroidered an Embossed Pumpkin on an Orange Sweatshirt a couple of years ago. It is beautiful. Can't find the photo I took of the sweatshirt. Sorry, will continue to look for it.

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Their patterns have always worked out well for me, and they have lots of sales....
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Old 01-09-2019, 06:26 PM
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Love their designs! The link you posted is misspelled...it should be https://www.emblibrary.com


Have you tried https://www.annthegran.com/ ?
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Yes -- it can get spendy! I Love all the designs I've purchased from them. Embroidered an Embossed Pumpkin on an Orange Sweatshirt a couple of years ago. It is beautiful. Can't find the photo I took of the sweatshirt. Sorry, will continue to look for it.
QuiltNan, sorry I only meant to have the word love in caps to show much I liked the designs from Embroidery Library. Would it have better if I placed quotation marks instead?
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Be sure to sign up for their emails. You will get notices of the sales and most of the time, the designs are 1.39 each. When browsing, I usually just put the designs I like on my "wish list" and then when there is a sale, I can look and see if any of my "wishes" are on sale. Did you check out their tutorials? great information there as well.
I have also found that their designs stitch out wonderfully. Never had a problem with any of them.
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Originally Posted by mjkgquilt View Post
QuiltNan, sorry I only meant to have the word love in caps to show much I liked the designs from Embroidery Library. Would it have better if I placed quotation marks instead?
i use boldface, itallics, or underline to emphasize specific words.
if i want to "shout if from the rooftops" i use all three.
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i haven't added up the total amount i've spent at the embroidery library over the past several years.
i don't worry about that because i only buy what i need that day.
i don't recall ever spending as much as $20 - and that was for more than one collection on sale.
it's usually less than $5. sometimes either free or just $1.

that's my kind of shopping!
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Love their designs!

A few more for you that I like in case you want to spend a little (or a lot) more. The first two have free designs available.

https://www.kreativekiwiembroidery.co.nz/

https://swpea.com/

Lots of FSL projects.

https://www.embroideryonline.com/

More fun stuff here too.

https://www.oregonpatchworks.com/emb...collection/HIA

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thanks for the other links -

I think I'd better limit myself to only buying when I have a project in mind. There are so many I fall in love with that I'd buy for "stash" and I really don't need to be doing that!
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