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Horseshoe Applique Machine Embroidery

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(10) Name: 'Embroidery : Horseshoe Applique Machine Embroidery
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Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Basic applique
  • Machine embroidery
  • Unzipping files

Pattern Description:

The "Lucky Horseshoe" Machine Embroidery Applique
These horseshoe designs are fantastic!
When embroidering this design, keep the open portion
of the horseshoe to the top, so the 'luck' does not fall out ;)

What fun to showcase that 'perfect' piece of fabric.
Wonderful on left chest shirts, or even on bags too!
The Small and Medium size horseshoe will fit on those Pocket Appliques !

Explore your creativity with so many different thread colors
and applique fabrics!

Each design is for 4x4 hoop or larger.
Large Horseshoe = 3.25"W x 3.75"H
Medium Horseshoe = 2.75"W x 3"H
Small Horseshoe = 2" x 2.5"H

With your purchase you will receive ONE Zipped folder with,
3 embroidery applique design files in the following formats,

You may sew and sell as many items as you like,
HOWEVER, please do not share or sell the embroidery design files.

Be sure to add us to your favorites, as I will be adding more machine embroidery


** Note these are NOT patches, you must have an embroidery machine to utilize this item**

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • See photo for sizes


  • Scissors
  • Applique fabric
  • Item to be appliqued
  • Machine embroidery thread

You Will Also Need:

  • Scissors, wter soluble glue stick (optional)
  • masking tape (optional)

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