I’ve gone back and revisited my most popular older patterns to create new embroidery files for them 🙂 I realize they’ve been in demand for quite some time, so I hope you’ll forgive me for taking so long!
I went with my most popular free patterns based on comments and number of downloads, and the pages are now updated to include the file pack.
The new additions are:
• The bat plush of course! Which now includes both a round-eyed face with nose and the lashed-eye face with mouth and fangs. Both faces need at least 5×7 hoops.
• The Totoro plush, which includes both the face and the belly markings — both of which need 5×7 hoops.
• The Haku dragon scarf, which also needs a 5×7 hoop.
• And the Night Fury plush, which includes both the face and the tail design. The face also needs a 5×7 hoop, but the tail design can fit on a 4×4 🙂
I’m slowly but surely working backwards to try and offer embroidery files for what’s in most demand <3 I’ve had a lot of suggestions for the Owl Plush, Kitty Bean, and Witch Kitty, but please do let me know what you’d like to see in the comments!
21 thoughts on “Update! More embroidery files!”
I was so excited about this, you really rock! But my machine is only 4×4 and I suffer! One day I’ll buy a bigger one.
I’ve been hoping you’d do this for some time!
I’d love some of the old paid patterns to have them too.
Thank you for sharing! Owl Plush and Kitty Bean are my favs, but Witch Kitty is on my list for Halloween. 😉
I’d love files for the Eeveelution and Maneki Neko zipper pouch.
Just want to say thank you for these and you are AWESOME!!
Thankyou so much!!! I would love it for the witch kitty, dolphin and sugar skull kitty! I can’t wait to make up some plushies – and over the moon because I won’t have to appliqué their faces (which was my most dreaded task lol).
Thank you so much for doing these! My combo sewing/embroidery machine only takes up to a 4×4 hoop though – is it possible for me to split the larger ones somehow so I can still do them on my machine? I’ve been dying to do the night fury plush.
I believe so! I haven’t done it myself, but this tutorial seems to cover the topic 🙂 (https://www.urbanthreads.com/tutorials.aspx?t=stitching+split+designs).
Thank you so much for that tutorial! But it looks like the design needs to be pre-split in order for that to work. I have a free embroidery design software, do you mind if I try to split the design into separate portions myself? If I can make each eye and the mouth into 3 separate sections then I’ll be able to do it on my machine. I don’t know if I can make it work but it’s worth a shot! 😉
You’re most definitely welcome to split it up! 🙂 So sorry the originals aren’t more 4×4 friendly! I definitely didn’t have it in mind when I designed the original plush 😛
I hope it goes well for you!
Thank you very much!
You’ve been super generous already! Thank you!
oh thank you! thank you! thank you !
I was going to say the Witch Kitty plush, but you’re already on it 🙂 So I will say any of the kitties, really!
Hi. I was just wondering, can you use those files but hand embroider them instead of machine embroider them?
Hello! Unfortunately with machine embroidery it does all the embroidering for you. So there’s no way to do any part of it by hand :/ So sorry about that!
I’m really new to machine embroidery. Like I just barely got a machine. So I thought I’d try toothless for a first project. But I was reading the files, and I’m curious. What is a motif?
Congrats on getting your machine! I hope you enjoy using it 🙂 I’m fairly sure when you see the word motif they’re just referring to the embroidery design. I hope that helps!
Thank you! You’re the best! I love your designs. They are so cute, and your ideas are awesome.
So excited to see the embroidery files coming out. I really REALLY hope the owlbear eyes come eventually too!
Maybe the Kraken next time ? It’s my favorite !