Sources for top quality machine embroidery and appliqué designs

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Lucy posted on Fri, Apr 26 2013 11:41 AM

What are your favorite sources for top quality machine embroidery and appliqué designs?

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I just spent the weekend at an Anita Goodesign Party.  What fun!  All the projects we did were so easy to do.  We did lace, cuttouts, mylar bookmark, purses with zippers and folded quilt squares and crazy quilt blocks.  Very user friendly.  Check them out.

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Robin Martin:

I just spent the weekend at an Anita Goodesign Party.  What fun!  All the projects we did were so easy to do.  We did lace, cuttouts, mylar bookmark, purses with zippers and folded quilt squares and crazy quilt blocks.  Very user friendly.  Check them out.

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Robin, I attended one last fall in Wenatchee...at Andrew's Sew and Vac.  It was very interesting.  Since I am a Bernina girl, it was an opportunity for me to see and use the Brother machines without really being a looker...lol.  I did buy several Anita Goodesign Design Packages though!

 

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Donna B:
 I did buy several Anita Goodesign Design Packages though!

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Oh boy --- I have several Anita Goodesign packages too and I have a BabyLock machine, made by Brother.  Will you be bringing any to the Oregon retreat.  I'd love to visit with you about using them!

 

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Donna B replied on Tue, Jun 18 2013 10:54 PM

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Donna B:
 I did buy several Anita Goodesign Design Packages though!

Donna B

Oh boy --- I have several Anita Goodesign packages too and I have a BabyLock machine, made by Brother.  Will you be bringing any to the Oregon retreat.  I'd love to visit with you about using them!

 

I'll bring a show & tell, but I find it difficult to work on machine embroidery at a retreat.  I get distracted far too easily listening to all the fun chatter!  I don't want to miss a single thing that's going on...LOL!!!  But, I will bring some design packs if you want and we certain can talk about machine embroidery...  If you want to bring your module, I will be happy to watch and give you ideas and/or pointers if I can.  Who knows, you may be beyond me by that time!  (I have a Bernina 830 and the embroidery module & machine together are HUGE!!!)

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Donna B replied on Tue, Jun 25 2013 12:25 PM

I'm just in the planning stages for a cover for my new/old featherweight.  I've been looking for an embroidery design of a featherweight and found one that I liked here:

http://perfectlittlestitches.com/proddetail.asp?prod=sewfeather

Has anyone used the embroidery designs from this website?  If so, did you have good luck with them?  The price is right (under $10), but it may not be worth the price (in fabric, thread and stabilizer) if the design-work is poor.  BTW, I have found a couple of very nice designs from $20 to $30...but that is too pricey for me...LOL!

I will greatly appreciate any info and/or comments you might have!  

Also, if you have a link to a quality "featherweight" motif (one that looks like a featherweight...lol) for a reasonable price - say under $15.00, I would appreciate your posting it here!

 Winthrop, WA

 

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