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Problem with Butterfly Threads. When I click on "Vote for" a page pops up with message to buy supplies at Embroidery Passion. Same thing happens clicking on "see this set" Thanks for the beautiful butterfly set, hope you can resolve the problem quicklyShastasmom:
Same thing happens with Print and Stitch Charts.ebanders:
Links for "Butterfly Threads" aren't working. Link from "Home Page" goes to a page that says at top, "include("top.php"); ?>", then "All our embroidery supplies are now sold on EmbroideryPassion.com." Link from "Designs Page 1", clicking on "See this set" goes to the same. It IS possible to download the embroidery design files from Designs Page 1. But link to "Stitch Charts" on Designs Page 1 leads to same non-functioning page as above, thus making thread charts inaccessible. Missing the individual pics of the designs on Designs Page 1. I miss those! Such a beautiful looking set, hope you can fix it soon! Some nice design sets coming in. Improvements in the website. Thank you, sick, digitizers, and all who've helped.Patches807:
They still aren't working.Shastasmom:
Its now fixed.AZmeme:
Are the Butterfly Threads freestanding lace? They are absolutely beautiful and I would like to make them for a friend. Thank you.ebanders:
No, these must be stitched on fabric. If they were freestanding lace, it would be stated in the name of the design as "FSL" or "Freestanding Lace". They do look beautiful! I haven't gotten them stitched.AZmeme:
Thank you, I thought they weren't FSL, but they looked like they possibly could. You have a nice day.ebanders:
I too have a question regarding this style of design. It has become increasingly popular, and I find them very lovely; however, I haven't stitched any of them yet. My question to other members: What kind of stabilizer do you use or recommend for this style of design / digitizing? They appear quite light, and it seems they would be quite wonderful on T-shirts etc. - they would be fluid and drape well on a light-weight fabric. Do they require a lightweight cut-away stabilizer, or an iron-on mesh stabilizer, or a tear-away? I need to hear from the expertise of those experienced with this type of design, or even from our digitizers. Would you please offer your assistance? Thanks so much. Hope your weekend is glorious! We have sunshine after so much rain! May the sun shine on all of you, in all its radiance!Shastasmom:
These designs are very light on the outside of the design, but dense in the center. I have done several of this type, just not these. I would recommend with t-shirts to use a iron on stabilizer for the stability afterwards due to the denseness in the center of the design.Leave a comment about this set on our forums
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