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North Carolina State Wolfpack embroidery design INSTANT download

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North Carolina State Wolfpack embroidery design INSTANT download

Walking angry wolf with NC State sweater machine embroidery design

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INSTANT download machine embroidery pattern/ embroidery designs/ Embroidery design logo embroidery pattern

Machine embroidery design – Walking angry wolf logo embroidery pattern.

This design Fits hoop 3 sizes:

  1. 87 × 120 mm    3.43 × 4.72″    Stitches:
  2. 94 × 130 mm    3.7 × 5.12″    Stitches:
  3. 101 × 140 mm    3.98 × 5.51″    Stitches:

Following formats are included in the download file:

DST (Tajima)
EXP (Melco)
HUS (Viking, Husqvarna)
JEF (Janome, Elna, Kenmore)
PES (Deco, Babylock, Brother)
VIP (Pfaff)
VP3 (Pfaff)
XXX (Compucon)

All files are archived WinZip, extract can be WINRAR program.

Production worksheet in JPEG

Please note this is NOT a patch or a physical item. This is an embroidery design. You will need an embroidery machine to stitch these designs out.

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You MUST have an embroidery machine and the software needed to transfer it from your computer to the machine to use this file. This listing is for the machine file only – not a finished item.
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For a quality stitched design, I recommend using proper stabilizer and needle size for the project fabric along with quality thread. In particular, with fine gauge and knit fabric, such as T-shirts and baby onsies, I find it best to use a sticky back stabilizer on the fabric with a stitch and tear stabilizer on top of it inside the fabric AND a wash away stabilizer on the outside of the fabric, especially when stitching fonts or thin lines. A thinner gauge knit needle can prevent needle holes as well.