Embroidery file sayings chocolate mega set 10x10 13x18


Embroidery file mega chocolate sayings set 10x10 13x18

On special days we like to make other loved ones happy.
But how do I pack the beautiful things?

How about a beautiful packaging on which our mega chocolate sayings set of embroidery files can be read.

Why give something away only on Valentine's Day or Mother's Day? Just say thank you with a candy or a voucher.

This package contains 9 embroidery files for frame size 10 x 10 (4 x 4") and 13 x 18 (5.1 x 7"). So you have many possibilities to use this package. For example, the sayings look great on our XL chocolate covers .

They are full stick files that need solid stabilization.

ITH is the abbreviation for "in the hoop" and means "in the hoop". These files are completely embroidered and sewn with the embroidery machine. If you want to know more about it, you can find our post here.

Take a look at the great work of our design stickers.

Even if we don't have one for every file, here's a word about the "border" . I prefer light borders with the character of a drawing or painting, not complete framing. It is therefore possible that the border does not fit 100% on the image. This is intentional.

Embroidery file for the embroidery machine in the formats


If you don't find your format here, please contact us. A revocation is excluded after receipt of the embroidery files. With the file you only acquire a right to use the motif. The embroidery files are the sole property of Jana Leske - Conception - lajana. These files may not be changed, exchanged, sold or passed on.

Terms of use Embroidery files stixxie by lajana – embroidery files with a heart

With full payment of the purchase price, you receive the simple, non-transferable, temporally and spatially unlimited right to use the acquired embroidery pattern file(s) in your private area.

If you would like to use the files commercially, this is permitted up to a maximum of 20 pieces per embroidery motif. For commercial use, it should be noted that the embroidery pattern files may only be used in their original form, i.e. digitally unchanged on any carrier material (e.g. clothing, bags, pillows, other textiles, etc.) and then sold as end products.

The note "Embroidery motif: stixxie by lajana" must be added to the product description.

If you would like to use the purchased embroidery file commercially beyond the 20 pieces, you can purchase a commercial license extension for the respective motif (series) via the shop.

Please find out here in the respective product description to which design series a product belongs and state this series when purchasing a commercial license extension so that we can assign the license extension.

It is expressly not permitted , both in the private and in the commercial sector , to sell embroidery pattern files and/or finished embroidered patterns individually, to exchange them, to make copies for third parties or to reproduce them in any other way.

The creation and/or sale of buttons and patches is permitted with up to 20 pieces per motif. In addition, the license extension applies as already described.

In principle, freebies may not be used commercially.


Our offered embroidery files have been successfully embroidered on various machines and also on different fabrics and have been sufficiently tested.

However, it is recommended to do a test embroidery before embroidering on garments.

If you do not get a satisfactory result, please contact your embroidery machine dealer so that we can solve the problem together.

We assume no responsibility for incorrect working practices.

Notes / material recommendations:


Please note that the pattern may be slightly distorted with stretchy fabrics. Firm clamping and a washable Avalon fleece placed over it can help here. Also, I always staple beforehand.

Warping is more likely on heavy fabrics such as sweat than on thin cotton fabrics. Therefore, the needle, thread tension, fleece and fabric should be coordinated.


I work with Amann Mettler Poly-Sheen. However, it's not the cheapest. It is also not suitable for every machine.

In any case, it is advisable to use polyester thread (e.g. also from Gunold), as this is resistant to boiling and bleaching.

It is important to use the right fleece. Also pay attention to the recommendations of your machine manufacturer.


The colors of the files are chosen at random and can be adjusted or changed at any time.

The software assigns a number to each color, which matches in some formats but not in others. So it can be that with me the No. 1 is black, while in the DST format it is red. We have no influence on that.


I like to use tear-away fleece underneath or the washable fleece. There are, among others, these:

M adeira Superweb

  • cutting fleece
  • Good for sizes up to 13x18
  • Soft
  • Suitable especially for toddlers/children
  • For elastic fabrics such as jersey, sweat, etc.

Madeira Superstrong

  • cutting fleece
  • Suitable for all materials
  • Recommended for embroideries with very many and dense motifs

Avalon foil

  • Necessary for fleece fabrics such as velor or jersey
  • It is also generally recommended to protect fabrics when embroidering
  • Is placed on top and is water soluble
  • It comes in thin and thick versions
  • Thinner Avalon can also be torn off after embroidering


  • Thickness of 5mm is great for small ITH embroidery
  • For larger ones it can also be 1 cm

Explanation of terms/tips:

  • Classic embroidery:
    all areas are fully embroidered.

  • Classic application:
    the surfaces are inlaid with fabric. The stick is done in several steps.

  • Fringe application:
    the surfaces are inlaid with fabric.
    Tip: please do NOT cut the fabric too short here.
    It is better to trim at the end with a small curved pair of scissors!

  • Doodle application:
    the surfaces are inlaid with fabric.
    Tip: please do NOT cut the fabric too short here.
    it is better to trim at the end with a small curved pair of scissors!


  • Did you unzip the files?
  • Correct embroidery file format selected?
  • Suitable stabilizer used?
  • Embroidery stabilizer is clamped firmly?
  • Inserted a new embroidery needle?
  • Lower thread rewound?
  • Tried another embroidery thread/color?
  • Switching the embroidery machine off and on again?
  • Embroidery machine cleaned?

What to do if the embroidery file is not readable

I researched the subject of embroidery files not readable, missing embroidery parts, corrupt files and found the following interesting information:

There are machines, for example from Bernina, Brother, W6 (among others, the names Bernina Bernette Chicago 7, Brother 750e, W6 were often mentioned) which cannot read the files. It's also often older machines that aren't quite as compatible with newer software (when used for digitizing).

Therefore, there are such tips that you should try.

The Bernina obviously doesn't like the file names! Please rename the file name in Windows except for the ending .EXP, which is a must. You have to remove all spaces, underscores, dots, dashes and special characters. (E.g. Owlgross.EXP)

With the Brother 750e, the stick, which is only used for transfer to the machine, may have a maximum of 512 MB. Also, he doesn't like it when there are too many files on it. Please save a maximum of 8 files with the extension .PES on it, no entire folders.

Some other Brother machines, W6 but also my Janome MC500e don't like special characters like ä,ü,ö,ß, dashes, spaces, periods, commas (only letters az and digits 0-9) etc. in the name it is that some things are not embroidered, something is left out or the data from the stick is not taken at all. Please change the file name here as well and only use 8 characters for the name (e.g. Haseei1.DST). In the same way, only save a maximum of 2 files on the stick.

Then the size problem, the embroidery file does not fit into the frame and I would like it to be smaller, larger and, and, and.

Some files have to be rotated, you've already noticed that. Some do it on the machine, some only on the computer with the right software. If you didn't get any software, it's a good idea to look online for free programs (e.g. My Editor).

ALSO, you should always format the USB sticks on the machine, if that doesn't work, then on the computer.

Resize the file!

Resizing a file will never be satisfactory because it can only be done on the original files held by the creator. If the file is enlarged in your programs or on the machine, everything stretches out, since the stitch length and distances increase in percentage terms, with reduction it is the opposite. The threads would probably get tangled or the motifs would be too tight.

Nevertheless, a file can also be faulty from the outset, I cannot rule out that.

Please also note our terms and conditions.

here is a link to my account at makerist https://www.makerist.de/users/stixxie_by_lajana_stickfied_mit_herz

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