Mexican Dress Bodice Front Design 3 of 3 – Cinco de Mayo – Embroidery Design – 3×4, 4×6, 5×8, 6×10, 7×12
This is the third of three designs which fit together to create a embroidered bodice design. Designs can be stitched independently or as together (second picture show 3 designs together).
Cinco de Mayo is the annual celebration of the Mexican army’s victory over the French at the battle of the Puebla. Join in the celebration by embroidering these designs on shirts, skirts, scarves, bags, pantalones, wherever the mood strikes!
Embroider this flower design in different colors and sizes up and down the front of a dress, shirt or skirt for a traditional Mexican fiesta design!
Included formats: JEF, JPX, EMD, PEC, VP3, VIP, SHV, HUS, PCS, PCD, PCQ, PCM, CSD, DST, EXP, PES, XXX and VIP.
Digital file for use with an embroidery machine to create design. This is not a finished item such as a patch or an applique, rather it is for the digital file.
Stitch the design on any material which has been backed with stabilizer to create a patch or appliqué.
If you have a different machine email me and I might be able to convert the file to your machine.
***If you do not have an embroidery machine, message me, I can stitch the design out for you for an additional fee.***
After the file is downloaded, please unzip the file, then transfer the file appropriate to your machine.
If the file is altered or resized in any way, the design cannot be guaranteed. There are no refunds on digital files.
Digital files cannot be transferred to anyone else in any manner, this includes sharing, trading, selling, giving away or auctioning.
*Taken from the website Buddhist Words at http://oaks.nvg.org/buddord.html