The design set contains a cute young fox with a soccer ball. The tshirt the fox is wearing is textured with stars.
This item is a digitized embroidery design for a buyer who owns an embroidery sewing machine. You must have an embroidery machine and a method to transfer files to your machine to use this design.
You will receive this design set to fit a 4in x 4in (100mm x 100mm) hoop.
The large size 78mm wide and 99mm tall (about 3in x 4in) with about 13,400 stitches in seven thread colors: tan, red brown, dark brown, gray, blue, white, and black.
The small size is 40mm wide and 52mm tall (about 1.5in x 2in) with about 4,600 stitches in seven thread colors: tan, red brown, dark brown, gray, blue, white, and black.
Resizing of my designs is not recommended and PLEASE NOTE that I am not responsible for the quality of the design if you edit it in any way.
You have my permission to sew my designs on finished products to make a profit, but you may NOT resell, give away, trade, copy or reproduce the actual digitized designs.
Files CAN NOT be shared or forwarded to your sewing and embroidery buddies. Be honest!
My name is Lynellen Perry and I live in northern Virginia. I love a wide range of creative efforts: pottery, painting with acrylics, drawing, sewing clothes and costumes, making beaded jewelry, ...
My name is Lynellen Perry and I live in northern Virginia. I love a wide range of creative efforts: pottery, painting with acrylics, drawing, sewing clothes and costumes, making beaded jewelry, writing, hand embroidery, and machine embroidery. My store reflects a little bit of these whimsies.
I have always enjoyed creating artwork for others. My mother was constantly embarrassed by my 5-year-old-little-girl efforts to sell my fingerpaintings for real money in the "gallery" of our kitchen porch.
Creative time helps balance out my more nerdy side in which I am a computer technology consultant. On the other hand, my Father says that my embroidery machine is little more than a computer with a sewing needle attached to it, so maybe I'm not straying too far from the apple tree after all.
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