The Meena Tunic design was created to give focus to a large skirt area on a maxi tunic. The design, by Genniewren Designs, was inspired by historical examples of Asian and Persian embroidery. The design has 5 jump stitches between the hearts as they do not join to any other part of the design. The Meena Tunic design could also be used on doll bedding, or other soft furnishings as well as being used on a skirt.
The 6x10 size was used on the tunic in the accompanying photo.
DST, EXP, HUS, JEF*, PES, VP3, XXX*
What You Get: One embroidery machine digitized design in 7 file formats. You will receive an instant download zipped file that contains each of the file formats listed above. You need to be able to unzip the zipped file to use it. You must have an embroidery machine and know how to transfer the file to your machine in order to use this.
*This is NOT an iron on or patch.
This machine embroidery design set by Genniewren Designs, contains three mini patch designs for use with the Royal...
I have used this design a couple of times - once with a traditional Indian Meena. This time, I used it to embellish the skirt of a Christening Dress (my own pattern) for Baby Polly. I have had great success with Genniewren's embroidery designs - just load, press start and stitch out. No interruptions. No problems. Great scale for this project.
This was the first pattern I tried in my new embroidery machine and I was so pleased. I used variegated thread to experiment in my 6" x 10" hoop and the result is frameworthy! Thank you Genniewren Designs for this FREE pattern!
I have used a few of Gennie's embroidery designs. This Indian motif is perfectly scaled for her Indian Meena pattern, "MEENA - SULWAR KAMEEZ AND TUNIC DRESS". I made a mid length tunic and embroidered the dress with cotton variegated thread. Stitched out very well. If the photo posts to the review, you can see this design, plus another one go GWD's embroidery designs for the neck and sleeves.