Mini Applique Christmas Set 2 - Machine Embroidery Design by Genniewren Designs. This set of mini applique Christmas designs contains 15 designs. Each design is smaller than 2.5” square, which makes the designs ideal for 18-inch doll accessories and clothing, or for use on baby clothes such as all in one body suits and baby hats.
The set includes holly, ivy, mistletoe, poinsettia, a decorated candle, a bell, a wreath, a star, two Christmas trees, a Christmas bulb and four different shaped baubles.
Imagine the baubles or the light bulb stitched onto a teeshirt, with a monogram initial letter inside.
The designs are all manually digitized to reduce jump stitches. The shapes of the designs are relatively simple, and areas that might normally be appliquéd in larger sizes have been created in fill stitch in this design set in order to minimize cutting and trimming very tiny pieces of applique fabric.
The majority of the designs in this set use only one applique fabric piece. The Holly and Mistletoe designs use two fabric pieces and the swirly tree uses three different fabrics.
These small Christmassy themed designs would be also fantastic for quick to sew Christmas cards, gift tags and decorations or for use on small household linen items such as serviettes and napkins or tea towels.
Design Hoops and Sizes:
4X4 HOOP, Design sizes. All designs are 2.5" square or smaller. Largest 1.81" x 2", smallest 1.97" x 1.13".
DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PCS, PES, VP3, XXX
Additional Supplies Needed: Small scraps of suitably colored fabric for the applique parts of the designs.
What You Get: Fifteen embroidery machine digitized designs in 8 file formats. You will receive an instant download zipped file that contains a folder with each of the file formats listed above. Each file format is conveniently saved in its own separate folder for easy use. 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.
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