Celebrate National Embroidery Month

To celebrate Embroidery Month, we’re giving away an embroidery design every Friday! I’ve been digging into the CME archives to find some of my favorite designs that you may not have seen recently.

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Today’s Groundhog Day, and while we don’t actually have a groundhog design, we do have the lovely Forest Friends collection. So, for today only, click the link below to download the Small Squirrel design. It’s 2.33” wide x 3.49” high with 3,246 stitches and two thread colors. The free download comes as a zip file and includes the following formats: EXP, HUS, JEF, PCS, PEC, PES, SEW and VIP.Squirrel 204x300 Celebrate National Embroidery Month

This freebie has expired. Please go to shopsewitall.com to purchase!

But join in next week for another free design. All through out National Embroidery Month!

Find the entire Forest Friends collection at shopsewitall.com.

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 Hurry and download your free design for National Embroidery Month. This freebie has expired on 2/5/2018.

Don’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

  1. Ursula Kennedy says:

    I use DST file format. Can I change the format ?

    • Kate says:

      Hi Ursula! You should be able to do that easily. Even if you don’t have embroidery software, you can go to truesizerweb.wilcom.com. The tool has very basic editing abilities, like resizing and flipping, but you can also use it to convert files. I checked, and they will convert to DST. You’ll need to download and unzip the free file first.

      You’ll need to create a Wilcom account, which is free (and totally worth it!). Once in the tool, click “Open Design,” then select “this computer” and use the “choose file” button to navigate to one of the formats we’ve provided (tip: I do this with PES files all the time, so I’m sure that one will work). Once you’ve opened the file, click the “Convert File” button, choose “this computer,” then click “commercial stitch formats” to open the dropdown menu. DST is right at the top!

      I hope this is helpful!

  2. cathy cooley says:

    This helped me tremendously also. I do not have software. THANKS.

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