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Machine Embroidery Designs at Embroidery Library! - African Animals f4997

This safari animal design uses negative space -- the white spaces are not filled in with stitches, only one color thread is used.

Leaping Leopard design (M1610) from www.Emblibrary.com

This leaping leopard is also part of the Out of Africa jacketback design. Use as an accent to the large design, or by itself.

Lioness (M2120)

Machine Embroidery Designs at Embroidery Library!

Purely Gates Hooping Tips. I have done this and then found it here. This is a great tip because there always seems to be an area on the sides of the hoop that doesn't tighten up and this will solve that problem.

Purely Gates Hooping Tips. This is a great tip because there always seems to be an area on the sides of the hoop that doesn't tighten up and this will solve that problem.

Safari Series based on artwork by Artist Joe Picarella. Joe retains the copyright. Joe gives permission to use these designs on items for sale as long as the information *artwork from Joe Picarella & design from BFC* is provided with the items. Complete instructions for lining up your Giraffe included. Make a picture, a pillow, or use the #Giraffe on a jacket back. This is the second animal in a series of six. Links are below for the other designs. #Free 4x4 sample on each page.

BFC-Creations Machine Embroidery Safari Series - Giraffe and Free Design

Interested in machine embroidery but aren’t sure where to begin? In this first episode of Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery: Embroidery Machines, find out what to look for in an embroidery machine and different features that might be important for the kinds of embroidery you want to do!

Interested in machine embroidery but aren’t sure where to begin? In this first episode of Absolute Beginner Machine Embroidery: Embroidery Machines, find out what to look for in an embroidery machine and different features that might be important for the