Are you looking for some spooky but cute free-standing lace earrings to make for Halloween? We’ve got you covered with these cute FSL spiders digitized by Lisa Shaw using Embrilliance StitchArtist. (By the way – FSL stands for Free-Standing Lace in case you haven’t heard the acronym before!)

These were created during one of her SewBubbles Afterhours sessions on FaceBook. Though she’d shared the “StitchArtist digitizing how-to” when she went live, she wanted to make sure the readers of the Embrilliance project blog could get in on the fun with the final stitch ready design files.

These diminutive earring designs stitch in your smallest hoop, giving you a great way to use up your stashed small pieces of water soluble stabilizer (known under another handy embroidery acronym, WSS). She used one layer of fibrous WSS to stitch these little spiders without issue.

If you are wondering where she acquired this cute little arachnid, the history behind “Alvin the Spider” can be found in one of her previous blog posts in which Lisa provides not only the original spider graphic, but gives step by step digitizing instructions for those with StitchArtist Level 1.

This design is provided in our native .BE format, enabling you to save a stitch file for any embroidery machine. If you aren’t already an Embrilliance owner, we provide a free method to use our software called Express Mode that will not only allow you to use any of the wonderful free designs found in our project blog, but also enables you to install and create basic text treatments with fonts distributed in our popular .BX format produced by many embroidery design creators.

To learn more about Embrilliance Express and for the instructions and links you need to download, install, and use our software with our free project files, please click here.

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