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Banner (Bunting) Alphabet


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These beautiful applique designs are perfect for personalizing projects like banners or bunting for children's rooms, celebrations, and holidays. They can also be used to personalize quilts and placemats. The applique shapes are cut using traditional machine embroidery applique by stitching placement and tackdown lines and trimming the fabric to fit the stitching lines. The simple stylized triangle shape is quick and easy to trim, and there are parallel tackdown stitching lines that are 0.5 mm apart so that you can trim the fabric perfectly. This set includes all 26 letters of the English alphabet as well as a blank banner so that you can add any design you want to coordinate with the banner message you create. The applique stitch used is a circle motif. There is no applique stitch at the top of the banner. This assures that you can line the banners up accurately and can use a coordinating ribbon, rickrack, or fabric for "hanging" your banners. Closeups of the stitches are shown in the photos. File names, design measurements, and technical information are provided as well as charts of stitching order. Design files include file formats: hus, jef, pec, pes, sew, and vip. If you need additional formats, please contact us. SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS fits 100 x 100 mm (4 inch x 4 inch) machine embroidery hoop

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  • fabric for background
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I love needlework of all kinds including knitting, sewing, quilting, and machine embroidery. A second love is the digital world of computers and design software. This has led to the many machine embroidery and quilting designs that have been created here. I have been fortunate to collaborate with another gifted stitcher, Debbie Henry who is not only a stitcher but also a teacher. You will see some patterns here that are designed by both of us.