Wednesday Giveaway!

This week is a very special edition of Wednesday Giveaway! Why? Because everyone is a winner!

Cover500 228x300 Wednesday Giveaway!The November/ December issue of Creative Machine Embroidery is hitting the stands and it features many fabulous holiday projects and 50 free design downloads!

Santa125 Wednesday Giveaway!In the spirit of giving, we are adding another free design download as a web extra, a Santa Applique design.  

Download the design in nine different machine embroidery formats here, but first join our holiday inspired conversation by answering:

What’s your favorite Holiday design and where do you like to put it?  Do you add Santa faces to your kitchen towels… snowmen to your napkins…reindeer on your table runners?

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58 Responses to Wednesday Giveaway!

  1. carol Bauman says:

    I love to put santas on aprons and napkins

  2. Robin Cole says:

    I love Christmas Bells put them a lot on towels.

  3. S.Gillesse says:

    Sorry… but my favorite holiday is halloween! And Urban Threads has ways of adding a bit of eccentricity to Christmas designs. I love embroidering on clothing… tshirts, sweatshirts, jackets, vests.

  4. Jewel says:

    My favorite is Christmas ornaments on kitchen towels!

  5. Maureen says:

    I do a lot of Christmas aprons, and free standing lace ornaments.

  6. Deborah S says:

    6, maybe 7, no, probably 8, could be 9……they are organized in separate bags, if that means anything. Jus had a lot of life events happening right now. Can’t wait to be snowed in this winter, and with a hot pot of tea at my side, my machine will be buzzing.

  7. I’m new to cme, I love the magazine! Getting ready to do my first Santa on table runner. Thank you all so much.

  8. Barbara Basel says:

    I love Christmas trees and stars! I put them everywhere, towels, table linens, paper products, clothing, etc.

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