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Coaster Outline Embroidery Design

Coaster Outline Embroidery Design

Janome America and Sew4Home sponsored the FREE download of Michele Mishler's Coaster Outline embroidery design. It can be used with our Embroidered In-The-Hoop Coaster project or can be used with any embroidery design 5" or smaller to create coasters using your own personal selection of designs. Note that the picture to the right shows the finished coaster. This design is only the frame to allow the in-the-hoop construction.

We have provided this file in these six main embroidery formats: ART, EXP, JEF, PES, VIP, and VP3.

The outline is designed to be used with an embroidered motif 120mm x 120mm or smaller. The finished size of the outline is 135mm x 135mm and is 327 stitches in two colors. Color one is a stay stitch. Color two is the coaster outline. Additional details can be found within the project's step-by-step instructions.
Our thanks to Michele Mishler for creating this design and allowing us to feature it for free here on Sew4Home. Please note the design is copyright protected by MM Embroidery Designs and distributed through for our visitors with her permission. This design is for personal use and gifts only. For more designs by Michele Mishler, visit MM Embroidery Designs at Oregon Patchworks Mall.


Download instructions (for .zip files):

First, click on the .zip file from the list on the right that you want to download.

A) For Windows users: Select "Save As" to save the .zip folder where you'd like it on your computer. Navigate to that folder. To unzip the file, you will have to right-click on the folder and select "extract."

B) For Mac users: The .zip file should automatically download to your "downloads" folder or a location you have previously defined. If not, then right-click (or control-click) on the link and select "Download Linked File". Save the .zip file to your computer. To unzip the file, double-click the file. Your files will be unzipped into the same folder as the original .zip file.

C) For Linux users, open a shell prompt and enter the following: unzip

Thank You!