Denim Collections

All these designs have 4 colors only, which make that they will stitch very fast. I used shades of Blue, White, and metallic Gold. You are welcome to use any colors, you like. Because all the designs only have 4 colors, I am not going to give a color chart, with thread numbers, like I usually do.

People who can embroider in a 4 x 4 inch stitching area only, can still combine these designs, to get one large design. Because these designs were all manually punched, you can mirror image all the designs yourself.  Some of these designs come in two different sizes, to give you more options.

4x4 inch Denim Collection  $25
Now $10 US

The frame around each design represents the 4 x 4 inch stitching area and the designs stitch out exactly the size, as you see them in each frame.
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5x7 inch Denim Collection  $20
Now $10 US

These designs are for the Brother, BabyLock, Viking Designer, Singer XL1000, Janome MC 10000, and for industrial machines, which all stitch designs of 5 x 7 inches and larger.

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The two designs on the left of the screen, are for collars. The ones on the right, are for pockets.

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These three designs form one large pattern, which can be embroidered at the back of a jacket, or shirt.
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This design is ideal for the front of a T/Shirt, or a sweater.

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These designs are ideal for large pockets, or even for cuffs. On pockets, pintucks can be stitched, on both sides, of these designs.

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Jumbo Denim Collection $30
Now $10 US

The way you see each Jumbo Hoop design, is the way it stitches in the Jumbo hoop, of the Brother 8500, or Super Galaxie 2100.

These designs are only for the Brother 8500, Super Galaxie 2100, and the Viking Designer 1!!!!!! People with the Super Galaxie 3000, Ellageo and Ultima machines, must order the PES V4 format.
Be warned, I am going to ignore customers, who order these jumbo designs, and who cannot use them!! They will also not get a refund, if they order these designs, and cannot use them afterwards!!! Too much of my time was wasted, on people, who ordered designs, which were not designed for their machines.

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These two designs were designed to be embroidered on the front of a blouse, or a jacket. To make the embroidery extra special, pearly beads can be worked in the centers of the flowers, of even on the leaves.

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These two designs are ideal for the front of a T/Shirt, or a sweater.
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This is an idea of how the design above can be used on a border for curtains, or even on a tablecloth.

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The ideas below were what I had in mind when I created these designs, above.

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Project Ideas

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The late Marie Marais, who tested for me on a Viking machine, used designs from my denim collection on this beautiful outfit, she made for herself. She was an expert, with all kinds of sewing.

I would never have thought of making a quilt with these denim designs. Linda Madrid of Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, made this wonderful quilt for a queen size bed and she used different shades of light brown and beige colors.
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A close up look of one of the blocks, so you can see where Linda put Dawn's pearls. Please e-mail Linda
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I did the stippling with my sewing machine first, before I embroidered the design in Cream, Apricot and Metallic Gold threads on this purse, or toilet bag. I also put apricot pearly beads in the center of the design.

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Verma Johnson, of Sweeny, Texas, USA had this clever idea. This is what she wrote:
"My daughter is tall and skinny, and it's hard to find jeans that are long enough and look "cool". So I cut the bottom of her jeans off and added the denim design on the bottom and sewed the bottom back on." Please e-mail Verna.

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Judy Dalton of Kansas City, Kansas, USA  used the denim designs on denim shirts in a very clever manner. Please e-mail Judy

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Hannelore Gordon of Pinole, Califoria, USA sent me pictures of her denim sun hat.
Hannelore passed away since.

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Cheryl Garst of Paris, Illinois, USA, sent me this picture. The stunning outfit was made by her 15 year old daugter, Anna. Anna received alternate grand champion on the outfit at the 4-H fair. Congratulations Anna!!!  Please e-mail Anna.
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Maggie Pitt of Cambridge, New York, USA made this lovely denim two piece outfit. Please e-mail Maggie

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I forgot the name of this lady, but she won a Blue Ribbon Award with this stunning outfit. All I remember, is that she is from the Memphis area, Tennessee, USA. If you recognise these pictures, please send me your name, surname and where you live.

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Veronica Wood from Canada made these lovely two piece outfits. Please e-mail Veronica.
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Last Updated 2010/09/11
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