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Size: 53.5x299.1 mm (2.11x11.78 "), Stitches: 25139
Formats: pes, .pec, .hus, .vip, .dst, .exp, .sew, .dat, .vp3, .jef, xxx
We are our introducing exquisite Blue Gzhel Border Machine Embroidery Design, inspired by the timeless beauty of Russian Gzhel ceramics. This beautiful pattern features a gorgeous fusion of blue-blue shades and deep blue hues, sure to add sophistication and charm to any fabric.
Crafted exclusively for embroidery machines, our Blue Gzhel Border design will bring new life into your home décor or clothing projects. Perfect for embellishing curtains, table linens, or stylish tote bags, this artwork promises to be an eye-catching addition to your fabric ensemble.
Our Blue Gzhel Border Machine Embroidery Design comes in one size, ensuring that it fits perfectly within the dimensions of your project. The meticulously created digital design is easily transferable to your embroidery machine, making it a seamless and enjoyable experience from start to finish.
Elevate your creations with Russian elegance using our Blue Gzhel Border Machine Embroidery Design. Whether you're a seasoned embroiderer or just starting your creative journey, this enchanting pattern will make a delightful and memorable statement wherever you choose to showcase it.
Capture the essence of Russia's dreamy Gzhel art and make your projects stand out. Order your Blue Gzhel Border Machine Embroidery Design today, and let your creativity soar!
This design has been tested and reviewed to ensure top quality. Test stitch the design, or portions of it, before stitching it onto your final item, as results may vary depending on fabric and stabilizer combination.
Please don't sell or trade the embroidery file.
I love this design and have stitched it out 2 times on pillow cases. However, each time the design moves to the other end of the design border my Bernina 500 wont go any further. I have to turn machine off and restart. It comes right up in the correct spot, but a little frustrating. This is the 1st RP design I have struggled with. Anyone else?