Wreath for All Seasons - Valentine's Day Machine Embroidery

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  • Wreath for All Seasons - Valentine's Day Machine Embroidery
  • Wreath for All Seasons - Valentine's Day Machine Embroidery
  • Wreath for All Seasons - Valentine's Day Machine Embroidery
  • Wreath for All Seasons - Valentine's Day Machine Embroidery
  • Wreath for All Seasons - Valentine's Day Machine Embroidery

This pattern, A Wreath for All Seasons - Valentine’s Day is an update on a pattern I designed in 2015.   I loved the original pattern and I am very excited to have updated it and will now be releasing each season separately. I have learned a lot since 2015 and with this pattern, I have increased the stitch width around all the “leaves” and I have replaced the applique hearts with embroidered hearts. As a BONUS, I have also included instructions for creating a Table Top  version of the design.

The pattern contains machine embroidery designs in the following formats: .art, .dst, .exp, .hus, .jef, .pes, .vip, .vp3 and step-by-step instructions for banner.

The number of hoopings required to complete the wreath depends on the hoop size used. The wreath can be completed in:
ONE hooping using a hoop with an embroidery field that is approx. 240mm x 360mm (9.44” x 14.17”)- full design is 9.28” x 11.50”;
TWO hoopings using a hoop with an embroidery field that is approx. 200mm x 300mm (7.87” x 11.81”);
THREE hoopings using a hoop with an embroidery field that is approx. 160mm x 260mm (6.29” x 10.23”);
See Separate Folders for Hooping and Stitch Out Instructions.

*Pattern includes cutting instructions and SVG cutting files that can be used with your preferred electronic cutting machine. 

This pattern was not designed for the type of applique where you cut away the extra fabric. The templates are the actual applique size and after cutting out the pieces, you will place the pieces within stitched-out placement lines.

HOWEVER: You CAN use the cutaway method for your applique, but you will have to repeat the placement line after you place your fabric down and before you cut your fabric away.   I do not include a second placement line or a tack down stitch in my designs.

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