New for March 2011 is this wonderful embroidery design pack by OESD. OESD is a Bernina company, and if you have not already experienced how well made OESD designs are, you can expect any designs coming from OESD to be the finest quality designs for your embroidery machine.
Almost 10 years ago I had the opportunity to go to Oklahoma and take a week-long class at the OESD facility. I had a tour of the facility, and saw the production process, from artwork drawn on paper, all the way to a room full of ladies testing the designs. The work flow that creates OESD embroidery designs includes many hours of work.
Many of you may be put off by the price of the higher end embroidery design collections, but please understand that there really is a difference. If you’ve ever gone to a website and downloaded a free embroidery design that looked terrible when you sewed it out, then you know what I’m talking about.
Includes 49 Designs
CD-ROMs and USB Sticks contain the formats .exp, .art, .pes, .pcs, .dst, .hus, .jef, .xxx and .sew. Due to hoop size limitations, all designs may not be available in all formats. Use the included Explorations Sizer program to re-scale and convert .art designs to fit smaller hoop sizes.
You’ll love these embroidery designs if you love to embellish kitchen items, bathroom items, or make gifts for family and friends. Click on the image to the left to see a larger image of the back cover of the embroidery design collection. It shows a better view of the embroidery design collections that are included.
An OESD licensed collection for use by original purchaser only. Commercial sale of finished products using this collection is allowed, but restricted to no more than a total of twenty-five (25) pieces and may be offered for sale in local venues only. Sales via mass marketing, sales to retail stores, catalog sales, internet sales, and internet auction sales are strictly prohibited and will be prosecuted to the full extent of the law. All copyrights apply to artwork and electronic designs and are protected under US and International Copyright Laws. Unauthorized reproduction by any means of all, or any portion of this product is strictly forbidden. Digitized by OESD. ©2011 by Bayberry’s for use in home embroidery. All rights reserved.
Posted in Bernina, Embroidery
Reader Comments (4)
Today I bought the Bayberry's Sewing Notions with the intention of going home and getting started making the design on the front cover. However, to my surprise, there were no instructions anywhere. I would love to make that wall hanging. How can i get the instructions?
I find it very rare that a pattern is included in an embroidery design collection. In the future, you might want to keep that in mind. I'm not sure of the exact pattern, but if I get a chance, I will ask OESD / Bernina about it. If you figure it out first, let me know!
go to this link - it's for free
I would love to purchase this but can't seem to find where online. I would need a PES format. Does anyone know if it comes in that format? I would love that wall hanging for my sewing room.