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So darn cute! This Easter Bunny door sign is a great design to add to your wreaths and other crafts or simply use as a sign. Design comes with step by step instructions with pictures. Fits hoop sizes 4"x4" and larger. Finishes in 3 hoops, with no extra sewing involved.
The 8"x8" and 8"x10" Designs have stuffed paws, face and feet. STUFFED IN THE HOOP! The 4"x4", 5"x7", and 6"x10" Are not stuffed. 4"x4" has embroidered paws instead of appliqued ( See Picture above).
Approximate sizes of finished designs when snapped together (not including ribbon hanger):
This design does not have the instructions for making the wreath in the picture....just the instructions for the sign itself.
NOTE: THIS IS NOT THE FINISHED ITEM THAT YOU ARE PURCHASING, BUT IS THE DIGITAL DESIGN FOR YOU TO STITCH OUT ON YOUR OWN EMBROIDERY MACHINE.
This is a machine embroidery design. You will require an embroidery machine to stitch these designs. You also need a method to transfer the design file to your machine. This purchase is for the electronic design file only.
PES, JEF, DST, EXP, VIP, VP3, HUS, XXX, CSD
If you need another format, please let us know and we will do our best to provide it.
These designed were created by Newfound Applique. Newfound applique holds Copyright on all its embroidery designs. Reselling or distributing our designs is prohibited. You may stitch our designs on items/garments that are for personal use or for sale.
Newfound Applique Tested
All Newfound Applique designs have been fully stitched out for quality control purposes. The picture listed is an actual photo of the stitched design.
Posted by Cynthia Clark on 1st Apr 2017
Easy and fun, excellent instructions!
Posted by Unknown on 15th Mar 2016
It was a cute project.I liked that it snapped together making storage easier. I would prefer to see a more finished edge especially around the egg. A nice satin stitch would have looked much more nicer than the raw edge. I feel that detracted from the compledted sign Also the lettering would have looked nicer in a fill stitch rather than satin stitch which tends especially on the vinyl to get loopy