Machine Embroidery Design FormatsAll designs come as a zip archive file that when unzipped or extracted contain the following embroidery file formats:
DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, SHV, VIP, VP3 and XXX.
There will also be an "Instructions" folder that contains a PDF file that has step by step instructions with many photos to help with your embroidery design.
These multipurpose pouches are super easy and are done in ONE hooping. Closure is accomplished with an elastic strap attached to the flapÂ and flipped to the back. These pouches are entirely lined, no raw seams are visible. Personalize them with a baby’s or adult’s name. A 6×10 hoop is required. You are getting 5 versions:
Plain (to be used with your own designs or initials of your choice)
Ouch Pouch (spacious enough to accommodate bandaids, a tube of antibiotic ointment, several gauze pads, and paper tape)
Paci Pouch (this pouch is perfectly sized for a pacifier and paci wipes)
Bow Pouch (add a little baby’s initials or name above the bow as shown in my sample)
Perfect for a little traveling sewing kit.
Use up your left over fabric scraps for these pouches and create fun fabric combinations. Can be done with laminated fabrics as well.
Comes with detailed photo instructions, but it’s so easy to do, you won’t need those instructions for very long. Also included are instructions on how to add a small carrying handle during the embroidery process.
Add your own designs from your design stash. My girly miniatures would work well on the flap of the pouches as well as initials.