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FSL Christmas Bell

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$17.90

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FSL Christmas Bell - Machine Embroidery Freestanding Lace design in two sizes: for 5"x7" and 6"x8" hoops. Created by ArtEmbroidery.

Design can be used for Christmas decor and other religious projects.

Instructions:

For stitching FSL designs you, need will need water-soluble stabilizer. (I've found the ones that look like fabric to be the best, not the transparent/film style stabilizers). For best results, use 2 layers of stabilizer and hoop them very tight.

Stitch it as a regular design. If lace is to be seen from both sides, use matching bobbin thread. After stitching, remove embroidery from hoop. Cut excess stabilizer all around the embroidery. Wash embroidery in warm water. Let dry and then iron (if necessary).
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This design is copyrighted by ArtEmbroidery. This design may not be distributed electronically in any format or by any method, either altered or unaltered, without the express written permission of Artistic Embroidery Digitizing. By purchasing this design, you acknowledge that you agree to the License Terms.

Ann L.

I bought this design some time ago. I stitched it out last Christmas and sent it to my nephew in MI. It is so beautiful! However, I can not find it in the files on my computer. I checked my history here and it is not listed. Is there another place I may have purchased it?

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Heather B.

Hi, Ann. I can't find a record of a purchase for you for this item in your Embroidery.com account. If you've changed email addresses recently, please email me your old email address and I can look further. Otherwise, you may have bought it directly from ArtEmbroidery on their Etsy page:

https://www.etsy.com/shop/ArtEmbroideryDesigns

~Heather
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Susan D.

I have been trying to buy the gunold thread for this design and cannot find anyone who carries it. I called the company but you have to have a resale certificate which I do not have to buy the thread. They told me sulky was the same however I cannot find the colors in sulky. They cannot tell me where I can purchase the thread. Very frustrating as I love the colors. Can you help

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Heather B.

Hi, Susan. I'm sorry for your trouble. It looks like Gunold thread is getting a little harder to find but I did I find some listed on Amazon as well as on Etsy. Here's the Etsy link:

https://www.etsy.com/market/gunold

I hope this helps.

~Heather
info@embroidery.com

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Sandra H.

Where is the color chart and directions?

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Eila I.

What is color thread cart ?

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Heather B.

Hi, Eila. I think you mean thread CHART rather than cart. A thread chart is a list of the threads recommended for use in a design. We have thread charts (called "Production Sheets" on our site) available from our download page upon purchase.

~Heather
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Heather B.

Hi, Sandra. The color chart is printable from the My Designs page upon purchase. Here are the instructions:

Instructions:

For stitching FSL designs you, need will need water-soluble stabilizer. (I've found the ones that look like fabric to be the best, not the transparent/film style stabilizers). For best results, use 2 layers of stabilizer and hoop them very tight.

Stitch it as a regular design. If lace is to be seen from both sides, use matching bobbin thread. After stitching, remove embroidery from hoop. Cut excess stabilizer all around the embroidery. Wash embroidery in warm water. Let dry and then iron (if necessary).

~Heather
info@embroidery.com

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Laura G.

Any notes on the thread type used?

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Heather B.

Yes, the these bells use Gunold thread. Thanks for the question, Laura.

~Heather
info@embroidery.com

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Sandra H.

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Barbara S.

I've been making free standing lace designs for many years. This one is by far the most Beautiful one I have ever stitched. Looking forward to other designd like this one.

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Carole Y.

This is the most beautiful free standing lace design I have made. Wish there were many others like this one.

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Dorothy K.

exquisite

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