Celebrate National Embroidery Month With A Free Design

It’s the second Friday of National Embroidery month, and you know what that means! Friday Freebie!

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Valentine’s Day is next week, so something lovey seemed apropos for this Friday’s freebie. I looked right away to the adorable Love Is in the Air collection, which I’ve always adored.  Click the link below to download the Lovebirds design. It’s 4.36” wide x 4.46” high with 5,096 stitches and three thread colors. The free download comes as a zip file and includes the following formats: EXP, HUS, JEF, PCS, PEC, PES, SEW and VIP.

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This freebie has expired. Find the Lovebirds design and the rest of the Love Is in the Air collection at shopsewitall.com.

Love Is In The Air 746x1024 Celebrate National Embroidery Month With A Free DesignDon’t miss out! Find more great projects and ideas in our newest issue, available on newsstands and at shopsewitall.com!

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3 Responses to Celebrate National Embroidery Month With A Free Design

  1. Sylvia Reyes says:

    I would love to receive these offers of free be, but don’t know how to download them. Please explain me how to do. Load JEF file and XXX .

  2. Kate says:

    Hi Sylvia! Look for the link in the post (blue text that says “Lovebirds.zip”). Click on that text. That should start the download to your computer. How exactly it downloads depends on the browser you’re using (for example, on Chrome it will appear as a tab at the bottom of the screen), but on all computers it will also download to the “downloads” folder.

    Look in the downloads folder for a file called “Lovebirds.zip.” If you like, move it to wherever you store embroidery designs on your computer. Then unzip the folder. On a Mac, that happens automatically when you double-click on the file; on a Windows computer, you may have to right-click and select “unzip.” Once the file is unzipped, it should turn into a folder with the design formats inside. There won’t be an .xxx file, but there is a .jef file. You can delete the rest of the files if you don’t need them.

    I hope that helps!

  3. Cindy says:

    Thank You for the cute download!

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