Machine Embroidery Design Christmas Cross-Stitch Snowman Pattern
Design is provided in two versions: one as a design to create Christmas decorations, snowman design 2 separately
Design size 1\2: 99,8X98,2 mm and 62X66 mm (4X3,9 and 2,4X2,6 inches)
Number of colors 1\2: 10 \ 8
Number of shifts thread 1\2: 15 \ 12
Number of stitches 1\2: 13835 \ 10243
Formats: pes, hus, dst, jef, vp3, xxx, exp
You can use this design for embroidery products for personal use or sale, but you may not resell or redistribute this design
Not recommended resizing and editing of the design.
All embroidery designs are sold as downloadable files and created using the Wilcom software to be compatible with a variety of embroidery machines. Please refer to the list of dimensions and other necessary information about each design provided below to ensure that that design is compatible with your machine. More complicated designs include a step by step instructional – some with and some without diagrams – to help make your sewing process easier and more enjoyable. All designs are quality tested personally by me! All the test-runs are depicted in the photos, so you can be sure that what you see is what you get.
Please be aware that the quality of the final product will be greatly affected by factors other than the design itself. For best results, make sure to follow the instructions exactly, use the correct machinery (type, size, etc.,), be aware of how embroidery looks on different fabrics and use the appropriate stabilizer for your project.
Regular embroidery can be applied to a variety of fabrics: clothing, household textiles, purses, other accessories, etc.
FSL (free standing lace) is not stitched onto fabric, but rather onto a water-soluble stabilizer, which when washed away leaves behind a lovely lace piece. Use these to create accessories, Christmas decorations, wall décor, and more!
3D embroidery is applied onto fabric using a water-soluble stabilizer, and creates beautiful 3D accessories for your projects!
A stabilizer is a type of interlining used alongside fabric (and sometimes instead of it) to keep the fabric taught and in place while you work.
Thank you, enjoy your embroidery!