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Acanthus Shamrock for March

The month of March is known for its winds and St Patrick’s Day.  Whether you are Irish just for the day or prefer to stitch this lovely design in non-traditional colors, you will certainly want to check out this month’s free design.

This design is sized to be stitched on any embroidery machine.  Our friend Erich Campbell digitized the Ancanthus styled Shamrock using StitchArtist. Watching the design stitch in the sewing simulator of Embrilliance is mesmerizing.  The column stitches literally develop and grow on screen – just like watching the time lapse of a blooming flower. Due to the opulent style of the embroidery, you will want to make sure that whatever you do stitch it on is properly stabilized.

We have included a PDF file with more information on the design to help inspire and guide those who are developing their own digitizing styles and techniques.

Download the zipped file containing the design and PDF file here.

The 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.

We’d love to see how you use our designs; if you’d like to be featured on the Embrilliance project blog, click here to submit your pics!

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