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Brave Princess Merida embroidery design

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Brave Princess Merida embroidery design
Brave Princess Merida embroidery design
 Robison-Anton Rayon
12388, Pacific Blue
22737, Pro Band Blue
32593, Cottage Beige
42335, Ivory
52247, Honey
62444, Dark Teal
72289, Rust
82629, Pro Walnut
92574, Aspen White
102540, Traditional Gray
112611, Pro Cinnamon
122327, Honeydew
132313, Sprite
142469, Dark Tex Orange
152247, Honey
162629, Pro Walnut
172731, Gull
182296, Black

Please read the following instructions carefully.
1. The use of non-woven, tight-knit fabric is recommended.
2. To ensure the best quality sewout, the use of a cutaway stabilizer backing is recommended.
3. The overall contrast of the design may be modified by using threads of different weights

Available embroidery formats:

Bernina: art (version 2 and 3)*, exp. Brother: pec, pes, phc. Janome: jef, jef+. Melco: exp. 
Husqvarna/PFAFF: vip, vp3. Tajima/Barudan: dst, dsb. Husqvarna: hus, shv. Singer: xxx.
Color palette formats: Embird: edr, rgb, txt.
* versions 4 and 5 (art 50) are also available for Bernina embroidery machines. All formats are Grade C.

Princess Merida is daughter of King Fergus and Queen Elinor. She isn't the only one child in the family. She has three little brothers - Harris, Hubert and Hamish. On her sixth birthday she was given a a shortbow and arrow as a birthday present. It determined her destiny. This design will suit any girl's apparel. 

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* versions 4 and 5 (art 50) are also available for Bernina embroidery machines. All formats are Grade C.

All our designs have been tested to ensure their high quality. Nevertheless, we all use different equipment, fabrics, needles and threads. Therefore, before embroidering the design, it is strongly recommended to do the test piece on a cloth in order to make sure that everything goes as expected, and that there will be no unpleasant surprises.

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