Plain Lines

Judging by the response to my last post (Wow!), I was not the only one who often found myself wishing I had a line of some kind.

I grouped all the items together in one file last time because it takes so much longer to create individual files and I didn’t have much time to work on it. Some of you have said that you would prefer that they be separated, so I’m working on that. I realize that many of you create your layout on your embroidery machines and that’s hard to do with the items grouped together.

If you are using Embrilliance, you will see Subway Ornaments listed as on object on the right. However, if you click the large plus sign, the menu will expand and you’ll be able to see the individual items. You can also just click them on the screen so you can copy them and paste them into a different file.

Embrilliance Menu, collapsedEmbrilliance menu expanded

In SewWhat Pro, you should be able to see each individual item. Those are the only two embroidery programs I own, so I’m not sure I can help with anything else, but feel free to ask.

As long as I’m working on this, is there anything you would like to request? Leave me a comment.

There are two different downloads today, and they are organized differently. Please read so you don’t miss anything.

Midnight Constellations 4Here is the next number of the Midnight Constellations Font.

You are welcome to use these files to make objects for personal use or for sale. You may not resell or distribute the embroidery files. Be sure to test first.

Midnight Constellations 4 3″





Plain linesYour second download is a collection of plain lines. Each zip file contains five different lines (triple run, .6 mm satin, 1 mm satin, 2 mm satin and 3 mm satin) in 14 lengths (1/2″, 1″, 1 1/2″, 2″. 2 1/2″, 3″, 3 1/2″, 4″, 4 1/2″, 5″, 5 1/2″, 6″, 6 1/2″ and 7″). Since this is 70 files, I’ve separated them by format so you can just download the ones you use.

Special note for Singer users: I’ve included all the sizes in your file, but I suspect you won’t be able use anything above 4″. If someone can leave me a comment and let me know if that’s correct, I would appreciate it.

I’m working on doing the same thing with the motif lines, the dots and hearts and maybe adding a few more items for you. I’m always open to suggestion, so feel free to leave request in the comments.

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Categories: Lines and Ornaments, Midnight Constellations


7 replies

  1. Thank-you for these! I have a question though I don’t know what a subway ornament is. Could you explain that?


  2. Thank you so much for these. I’m just starting out with machine embroidery, and this is so helpful.


  3. Love love love these! Other ones that would be cool are stars and wavy lines.
    Thanks again!


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