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Applique Alphabets

Posted by bryanno (My Page) on
Mon, Aug 11, 08 at 23:27

Is there a alpha pack I can purchase that has the curlz applique letters. I have purchased several fonts but they are thin and the fabric does not show well. I love the letters from sew many designs, but they are not tall enough. I need about 4 inch. Any help would be greatly appreciated!

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RE: Applique Alphabets

Here are two that I found.


RE: Applique Alphabets

you could try swak embroidery they have some really cute designs and add more often

RE: Applique Alphabets

Does anyone know where to purchase or how to make a fringed applique font/alphabet? I am new to this and haven't fully researched my software. I've searched the sites that were mentioned, but only found satin stitched applique fonts. I would appreciate any help you can offer. I enjoy this forum and have learned a lot just by reading.

I have a Bernina 200.

Thanks, jae51

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