BFC1607 Large Tribal Lioness
These designs for the Large Lioness are designed to be stitched on one piece of fabric. In addition to a picture, you could use the Large Lioness on a pillow, a vest or the back of a jacket. I can also see her on a great living room or den throw.
FINISHED SIZE OF EMBROIDERY
MEDIUM: 10.3” x 9.3”
LARGE: 12.4” x 11.1”
JUMBO: 16.1” x 14.4”
A Commercial size BFC1607commercial (10.3” x 9.3”) of the entire Large Lioness will be included in all sets.
6 Designs each in 3 sizes MLJ Check Sizes
All of our machine embroidery designs will come in any or all of the following hoop sizes: (You will receive links to download the size(s) you purchased and all formats available)
Small for 4 x 4 inch hoop, Medium for 5 x 7 inch hoop, Large for 6 x 10 inch hoop, and Jumbo 8 x 12 inch hoop.
Each design description above will state the sizes the set comes in: S, M, L, J standing for Small, Medium, Large and Jumbo. These will be written SML, meaning Small, Medium and Large, or perhaps MLJ, meaning Medium Large and Jumbo, or even SMLJ meaning the set comes in all four hoop sizes
Formats Available: ART3, ART4, DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, XXX
If your format is not listed email us.
Select a SizeComplete (All sizes below), Medium (for 5x7 hoop), Large (for 6X10 hoop), Jumbo (for 8x12 hoop)
Feb 17, 2018, 05:04 AM
is the white not embroidered? So you always see the surface through it?Feb 17, 2018, 07:10 AM
Yes, this is the style of the embroidery.
Thank you - Suz
Oct 7, 2016, 05:23 PM
I am a little confused by your patterns. The lioness is stitched on one piece of fabric yet you show different parts. I am not sure how you embroidery these.
Dorothy Bronson.Oct 7, 2016, 05:27 PM
HI Dorothy, We provide full instructions to easily line up the parts of the design to make the whole design. You also get a version of the design that stitches as one design for large hoops.
Thank you - and don't hesitate to ask any other questions! Suz
katherine lambertDec 23, 2016, 04:33 PMI had never had to line up anything like this before and was doing it on a multineedle machine. Had to jiggle the process a bit. The first few sections lined up well, after that, it was all downhill - user error I'm sure. However, I managed to fix it by using good old free motion embroidery to connect some lines, and create some new fill areas. From across the room, you can't tel anything is different. Even up close, you'd have to have a really good eye for detail to notice the difference. Can't wait to do another one! I'm sure I'll get better with practice.