Owls on Branch Pot Handle Sleeve - Instant Downloadable Machine Embroidery - Light Fill Stitch

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Your zipped file will include the sizes below. THIS IS LIGHT FILL STITCH. YOUR FABRIC WILL SHOW THROUGH. We suggest not opening up the files in any form of software. Please just upload straight to a USB stick and transfer to your machine that way. Often when files are opened up via another software program that is not native to the file (we use Hatch to digitize with) the fill effects that I give the patterns can get messed up and not read properly. Unfortunately, the different software programs out there often do not work well together. For this reason we ask that you skip uploading to any type of software before embroidering your pattern. No guarantees will be made on the quality of the designs if you alter them in any way.

Your zipped file will include the sizes below.

Pot Handle Sleeve:
5x7 Hoop  - 2.73" (w) x 6.46" (h) (69 x 164 mm) │ 20,189 stitches

REQUIRED: An embroidery machine and the ability to transfer the pattern from your computer to the machine to use this file (a USB drive works well). This listing is for the digital machine file only - not a finished item.

For the Machine Embroiderer
You will receive these formats... DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, XXX, VIP and VP3. We do not sell/support any other formats. A thread chart will also be provided for the pattern as well.

As these items are in a digital format, there are no refunds.
If you get the wrong file type, or if there is a problem with the file you receive... it can be resent in the correct format. 

You may use these files to make items for personal use or to sell, but you may not resell or distribute the designs.

Resizing or editing of the designs is not recommended.
No guarantees will be made on the quality of the designs if you alter them in any way.

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2 Reviews

  • 5
    Owls on Branch pan handler

    Posted by Julie Walker on Dec 29th 2021

    Would have stitched out very nicely had I not cut the broidery fabric too close to the edge, causing it to pull in. Will be doing it a bit different the next time. Totally my mistake. Love the little owls.

  • 5
    Brilliant pattern so easy to sew and turned out very well

    Posted by Hilda on Dec 3rd 2021

    Instead of laying the back on the front as instructed I reversed it an put it on the back and using wet and gone as backing

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