Where can I find free embroidery designs?

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Need in pes format (for Brother machine)

My sister is in embroidery marketing.I help her to get free designs every night and I found a bunch of sites with really cute designs for Brother machines.Some has more than 3000 designs and all for free.
Take a look and maybe you can find what you need!Enjoy

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November 22, 2011

Jordi @ 12:44 am #

If you are looking for commercial designs, go to http://www.FreeEmbroideryStuff.com They offer most of their designs in .dst which is Tajima and easily convertible to most formats. They may also offer them in Brother, I've never checked. I have a Barudan 6 head, old school, and they offer in some of their older formats.

They might also make them available in Home machines.

**Update** I just clicked on one of the designs and they do offer the PES format.
References :
http://www.FreeEmbroideryStuff.com

Loyd @ 1:31 am #

My sister is in embroidery marketing.I help her to get free designs every night and I found a bunch of sites with really cute designs for Brother machines.Some has more than 3000 designs and all for free.
Take a look and maybe you can find what you need!Enjoy
References :
http://www.embroideryfriend.com
http://www.embroideryisfree.com
http://www.embrofree.com

pattiann42 @ 2:16 am #

There are many sites that have free downloads, just put free machine embroidery downloads into the search box.

A couple that I use:

Ann The Gran – just the ones with the download icon – http://www.annthegran.com/FreeDesignsAgreement.aspx

Brother – these are the best digitized designs – http://www.brother-usa.com/HomeSewing/GetCreative/free-designs.aspx

If you like a certain design and it is not .pes you can still use it by using Pulse Ambassador (free software download) and convert the design to .pes.

http://www.pulsemicro.com/ambassadordownload

BEFORE YOU DOWNLOAD –

Create a folder on the PC's hard drive, or use a removable flash drive for storing the downloads.

Name the folder so you can easily find it.

Select the design you want to download and save to the folder.

Most downloads are in a zipped file. This will look like a file with a zipper down the center of it.

The download has to be unzipped or extracted from the zipped file before it can be used.

Highlight the zipped file and a mini screen will appear. Select open, unzip or extract all.

You will now have two files; the zipped down load and the opened file.

Sometimes the embroidery machine will not accept a design: wrong format, too large for the hoop or the file is zipped.

Have fun downloading and be sure to keep a back up on a flash drive if you down load to the hard drive. Computers can crash and loose all your hard work.
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Nietzschean @ 2:36 am #

I have a Brother SE400 and I use http://www.embroideryisfree.com

It has over 2,800 free designs. They're also in the PES format.
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