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Christmas firry forest pine tree embroidery design

 
 
$2.79 USD
 
 
Sizes: mm     inch     Stitches:
  1. 139 × 121 mm    5.47 × 4.76"    10685
  2. 159 × 139 mm    6.26 × 5.47"    12121
  3. 179 × 156 mm    7.05 × 6.14"    13678
  4. 199 × 174 mm    7.83 × 6.85"    15333
  5. 239 × 209 mm    9.41 × 8.23"    19549
  6. 259 × 227 mm    10.2 × 8.94"    21414
  7. 279 × 244 mm    10.98 × 9.61"    23443
 
Colors: 6
 
 
 
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Available formats
Bernina: art (version 2 - 3)*, exp. Brother: pec, pes, phc. Janome: jef, jef+.jp Melco: exp. Husqvarna/PFAFF: vip, vp3, vp4 Tajima/Barudan: dst, dsb. Husqvarna: hus, shv. Singer: xxx.
Color palette:Embird: edr, rgb, txt. * Bernina version 4-5 (art50) Grade C.
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Hello, embroidery enthusiasts and festive spirits! ???? As the holiday season approaches, there's a design that captures the serene beauty of winter woods. Let's journey into the magical realm of the Christmas Firry Forest Pine Tree Embroidery Design. Trust me, it's where threads tell tales of snow-kissed pines and silent nights.

The Timeless Allure of Pine Trees in Art

Pine trees, with their evergreen branches and towering presence, have always been symbols of the enduring spirit of winter. When this iconic tree is embroidered, it not only decorates a fabric but also brings a touch of the tranquil forest into our homes.

Spotlight on Christmas Firry Forest Pine Tree Embroidery Design

Visualize this: A meticulously stitched pine tree, its branches laden with snow, standing tall against the winter sky. This isn't just any embroidery design; it's a window to a winter wonderland, making it perfect for those who cherish the quiet beauty of the season.

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