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Size: 127.8x153.3mm (5.03x6.04"), Stitches: 24397
Size: 137.9x165.2mm (5.43x6.50"), Stitches: 26677
Size: 147.9x177.2mm (5.82x6.98"), Stitches: 29013
Size: 157.8x189.2mm (6.21x7.45"), Stitches: 31320
Size: 165.0x197.8mm (6.50x7.79"), Stitches: 33302
Size: 177.9x213.2mm (7.00x8.39"), Stitches: 36562
Size: 197.9x237.2mm (7.79x9.34"), Stitches: 42094
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Lighthouses have been helping sailors navigate the seas for centuries. The prototypes were built in ancient times, and the most famous of these is the Alexandria Lighthouse. This structure, built in the third century BC, was one of the world's seven wonders. It stood more than 120 meters tall and was located on the small island of Pharos in the Nile Delta. While this lighthouse is no longer standing, its legacy continues. Thanks to advanced technology, modern lighthouses can emit more substantial and more focused beams of light. This helps ensure sailors can safely navigate even in poor visibility conditions. In addition, many lighthouses now use automated systems that require minimal maintenance. As a result, these iconic structures play an essential role in keeping sailors safe.
The nautical lighthouse machine embroidery design is a great way to add a touch of the sea to any project. This design comes in seven different sizes to choose the perfect one for your project. Today, lighthouses are still an essential part of maritime navigation and make a beautiful addition to any embroidery project. With the nautical lighthouse machine embroidery design, you can bring the beauty of the sea to any project.
We can't make this particular design smaller because of a significant quantity of thin lines and tiny details.
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.