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Little Chicken with baseball bat embroidery design

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Little Chicken with baseball bat embroidery design
Little Chicken with baseball bat embroidery design
 Robison-Anton Rayon
12401, Ashley Gold
22231, Toast
32557, Pale Yellow
42227, Chocolate
52605, Goldenlite
62604, Light Maize
72574, Aspen White
82222, Light Blue
92329, Saffron
102205, Dark Rust
112375, Dusty Rose
122608, TH Burgundy
132327, Honeydew
142328, Pumpkin
152211, Nile
162296, 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.

Chicken Little is a nickname of  Ace Cluck. He is a little bit shy and doesn't have a lot of friends. He tries to change his image in school and tries to sign up for the school baseball team. Ace loves baseball very much. If you like that kind of sport as he does than feel free to embroider this design on your sport bag, hat or cap.

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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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