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.
Now you can carry your own mug to work and quilting class. This little tote is mostly done as an in the hoop project. Some machine sewing and a small amount of handsewing (sewing on of button) is required for this project. The tote is well padded so your mug will be safe. Roomy enough for a medium sized mug, a mug rug, and a treat. The front of the tote has a label that is reverse appliqued (it’s easy; we show you how) with and without the words “Tea Time”. You also receive a front design that has the label, but no roses on it. The back of the little tote has an appliqued pocket. The sides are tied with ribbon and there is an optional top button closure — all designed to keep the contents of the tote safe and secure. Of course, this little tote can be used for more than just carrying a mug. Just the right size for a child’s tote, too.
For 6×10 and larger hoops.
Finished tote size: 5.00 deep x 6.00 wide x6.00 tall” (without handles)
Graphic artist for label: www.doodlepantry.com (Laurie Wilson)
Graphics used with express licensed permission.
Design Dimensions & Stitches
Tote front with wording: 9.78×5.95″ 7,455
Tote front without wording: 9.78×5.95″ 5,943
Tote front without wording; no roses: 9.78×5.95″ 4,352
Tote back: 9.78×5.95″ 4,426