Embroidery file horse Fallada 10×10 13×18
“Oh Fallada, you hang there” – who still knows the fairy tale “The Goose Girl”?
This beautiful horse head –
our embroidery file horse Fallada 10×10 13×18 in tribal tattoo style reminds me very much of the wonderful fairy tale. In this style you will find many other embroidery files.
For example, there is a unicorn here.
In addition, it impresses with its simplicity. Versatile, he decorates your creations. You can also embroider it on many of our embroidery files ITHs.
You don’t know what ITH is? Then check out the information on our blog.
Even if not every file has one, here is a word about the “border” . I prefer light borders with drawing or painting character, not complete framings. Therefore it can be that the border does not fit 100% on the picture. This is intended.
Embroidery file for the embroidery machine in the formats
*DST *EXP *JEF *PES *VP3 *HUS *XXX
If you do not find your format here, please contact us. A revocation is excluded after receipt of the embroidery files.
You acquire with the file only a right to use the motif. The embroidery files are the sole property of Jana Leske stiXXie by lajana. These files may not be changed, exchanged, sold or passed on.
With full payment of the purchase price you receive the simple, non-transferable,
non-transferable, temporally and spatially unlimited right to use the purchased embroidery pattern file(s)
If you want to use the files in the commercial sector, this is allowed to a maximum of 20 pieces per embroidery motif. If you want to use the files in the commercial sector, please note that the embroidery design files exclusively in the original, i.e. digitally unchanged on any materials (e.g. clothing, bags, cushions, other textiles, etc.) and then sold as end products.
The note “Embroidery design: stiXXie by lajana *Embroidery” must be added to the product description.
Do you want 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 store.
Please inform yourself here in the respective product description, to which design series
a product belongs to and specify this series when purchasing a commercial license extension,
so that we can assign the license extension.
It is expressly not permitted in the private as well as in the commercial sector,
to sell or exchange embroidery design files and/or finished embroidered designs individually
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 up to 20 pieces per motif.
motif is permitted. Beyond that the license extension applies as already described.
Freebies may not be used commercially.
Our offered embroidery files have been successfully embroidered on various machines with different file formats and also on
different fabrics and sufficiently tested.
Nevertheless, it is recommended to make a test embroidery before you embroider on garments.
If you do not get a satisfactory result, please contact your embroidery machine dealer to
embroidery machine dealer to solve the problem together.
We are not responsible for incorrect operation.
Please note that with stretchy fabrics the pattern may be slightly distorted.
can. In this case, a tight clamping and a washable Avalon fleece, which is placed
placed over it can help. Also, I always baste beforehand.
On heavy fabrics like sweat, warping is more likely than on thin cotton fabrics.
cotton fabrics. Therefore, needle, thread tension, stabilizer, and fabric should be
should be coordinated.
I work with Amann Mettler Poly-Sheen. However, it is not the cheapest. Also it is
not suitable for every machine.
In any case, it is recommended to use polyester yarn (e.g. also from Gunold), because it is boil
it is boil- and bleach-proof.
It is important to use the right fleece. Pay attention to the recommendations of your
The colors of the files are chosen arbitrarily and can be adjusted or changed at any time.
The software assigns a number to each color, which is the same for some formats and
formats, but not for others. So it can be that in my case the no. 1 is
is black, while in the DST format it is red. We have no influence on this.
Very gladly I take tear fleece for underneath or the washable fleece. There are among others
– Cutting fleece
– Good for sizes up to 13×18
– Suitable especially for toddlers/children
– For elastic fabrics like jersey, sweat etc.
– Cutting fleece
– Suitable for all materials
– Recommended for embroideries with very many and dense motifs
– Necessary for fluffy fabrics like Nicki or Jersey
– Also recommended in general to protect fabrics during embroidery
– Is placed on top and is water soluble
– Available in thin and thicker versions
– Thinner Avalon can also be torn off after embroidering
– Thickness of 5mm is super suitable for small ITH embroideries
– For larger ones it may also be 1 cm
Explanation of terms/tips:
• Classic embroidery:
all areas are fully embroidered.
• Classic application:
the areas are inlaid with fabric. The embroidery is done in several steps.
• Fringe application:
the areas are inlaid with fabric.
Tip: here please do NOT cut the fabric too close.
Rather trim at the end with small curved scissors!
• Doodle application:
the surfaces are inlaid with fabric.
Tip: here please do NOT cut the fabric too close.
rather trim at the end with small curved scissors!
• Have you unzipped the files?
• Correct embroidery file format selected?
• Suitable embroidery stabilizer used?
• Embroidery stabilizer is firmly clamped?
• New embroidery needle inserted?
• Bobbin thread rewound?
• Tried different embroidery thread/color?
• Embroidery machine once off and on again?
• Embroidery machine cleaned?
What to do if the embroidery file is not readable?
On the subject of embroidery file not readable, skip embroidery parts, files corrupt I have researched on the net and came across the following interesting info:
There are machines e.g. from Bernina, Brother, W6 (often the names Bernina, Bernette Chicago 7, Brother 750e, W6 fell among others), which can not read the files. Often it is also older machines that are not quite as compatible with newer software (if that is used for digitizing).
Therefore, there are such tips, you should try them.
The Bernina obviously does not like the file names! Please rename the file name in
Windows except for the extension .EXP, which must be there. 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 max. 512 MB. Also, it doesn’t like to have too many files on it. Please put on it
store max. 8 files with extension .PES, no whole folders.
Each machine its own thing
Some other Brother machines, W6 but also my Janome MC500e like in the name
special characters like ä,ü,ö,ß, no dashes, spaces, periods, comma (only
letters a-z and digits 0-9) etc.. As a result, some things are not embroidered, something is left out are not embroidered, so to say something is omitted or the data from the stick is not taken. Also here please change file names and use only 8 characters for the name (e.g. Haseei1.DST). Likewise here only max. 2 files on the stick store.
Embroidery machines are divas
Then the size problem, embroidery file does not fit in the frame and I would like it smaller, larger and, and, and.
Some files have to be rotated, you have already noticed that. For some it works on the machine, for some only on the computer with suitable software. If you didn’t get any software, it is recommended to look for free programs on the net (e.g. My Editor).
ALSO, you should always format the USB sticks on the machine, if that is not possible, then on the computer.
Change sizes on the file!
Resizing a file will never be satisfactory because it can only be done on the original files that are with the creator. If the file is enlarged in your programs or on the machine, everything pulls apart because the stitch length and distances increase in percentage, and if it is reduced, it is the opposite. The threads would probably get tangled or the motifs would become too tight.
Nevertheless, a file can be faulty from the beginning, I can’t exclude that.
In this or any other case you can always contact me. You will get a new file.
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Jana Leske stiXXie by lajana
General terms and conditions:
The embroidery files and designs are the sole property of Jana Leske -stiXXie by lajana.
These files may not be modified, exchanged, sold or given away.
The embroidery files and designs are the sole property of Jana Leske – stiXXie by lajana. The files may not be altered, exchanged, sold, shared or given away.
Nevertheless, we are only human and mistakes can happen. Contact us and we will find a solution together.