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This second in our Windows on the World series depicts one of England's finest medieval castles. The first fortification built on the grounds of Warwick Castle was erected by Ethelfieda, the daughter of Alfred the Great to protect against the Danes. After the Norman conquest in the 11th century, William the Conqueror appointed Henry de Newburgh as Earl of Warwick.
When I visited England, I spent a day in London and then rented a car and drove in a large circle around the country following the wonderful canals. What struck me was the colors of the countryside. The greens and colors of all the flowers met me at every turn. This is the England I wanted to depict in this series along with an expression of the rich history of this wonderful country. This set is done from a photo taken high on the castle looking down on the lush grounds.
This set coordinates with our other Windows on the World design sets.
The small window is 12x16, the medium is 15x20 and the large is 18x24. You receive full instructions on various ways of putting your window together.
Designs each in 3 Sizes SML Check Sizes
< Free design is the last image on the left.Free Design Click to Download
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)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 sizesFormats Available: ART3, ART4, DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, XXXIf your format is not listed email us. <we can not produce SHV format>
We used regular quilting cotton with two layers of medium tear away. When you hoop, you want to make sure the fabric grain is straight up and down in the hoop. The other thing that really helps is to wrap your hoop. Here is an article from Embroidery Library (second article)
It’s not unusual to get a little distortion. To straighten them, spray well with water and tug hard corner to corner in each direction. Then let dry. If you ever did needle point it’s like blocking when the work is done!
Don’t hesitate to write back with any questions.
These designs are copyrighted and are the property of Susan Makalinaw and BFC Creations.