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Dorothy and Toto embroidery design

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Embroidery formats     Sizes    

Available sizes:

148 x 160 mm 5.83 x 6.3" Stitches: 41615
Dorothy and Toto embroidery design
Dorothy and Toto embroidery design
Embroidery formats     Sizes    

Available sizes:

148 x 160 mm 5.83 x 6.3" Stitches: 41615
 Robison-Anton Rayon
12588, Mid Lilac
22493, Light Bronze
32264, Maize
42513, Honeysuckle
52297, Snow White
62206, Baby Blue
72231, Toast
82296, 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.

Dorothy Gale is the main protagonist in The Wizard of Oz film. She is a little girl, who lives with her aunt and uncle on the farm is Kansas. Dorothy has a little black dog named Toto. Dorothy and Toto are swept away by a tornado to the Land of Oz, where they met Scarecrow, Cowardly Lion, Tin Man and Tik-Tok. 

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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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