Machine Embroidery Design Instant Download - Harry Potter Death Eater Dark Mark

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The symbol of the Death Eaters from Harry Potter.

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This is a DIGITAL item.

If you purchase it, you will receive a COMPUTER FILE. NO PHYSICAL ITEM WILL BE SENT.

You must have an embroidery machine to use this file.

You must have some knowledge of how to unzip/decompress/extract a file folder and transfer the design file to your embroidery machine, as well as have basic machine embroidery skills to use this design.

DUE TO THE DIGITAL NATURE OF THIS PRODUCT, ALL SALES ARE FINAL.
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This motif uses two thread colors, andou will receive it in five sizes:

4X4 Hoop 33mm wide X 95mm high (1.3" X 3.7") 9,746 stitches
5X7 Hoop 39mm wide X 115mm high (1.5" X 4.5") 12,066 stitches
5X7 Hoop 48mm Wide X 140mm High (1.8" X 5.5") 15,889 stitches
5X7 Hoop 60mm wide X 175mm high (2.4" X 6.9") 21,001 stitches
6X10 Hoop 85mm wide X 250mm high (3.3" X 9.8") 33,113 stitches

You will be able to download these files once your payment has been processed. The file(s) you download will be multi-format zip archives. Simply unzip, and use the format that is compatible with your embroidery machine.

The formats that you will receive are:

.ART
.ART50
.ART60
.CSD
.DST
.EMD
.EXP
.HUS
.JEF
.PCD
.PCM
.PCQ
.PCS
.PEC
.PES
.SEW
.SHV
.VIP
.VP3
.XXX

Due to hoop size limitations, larger sizes may not be available in all formats.

Other sizes are available for an additional fee by requesting a custom listing.

You may use this design on personal items or items for resale, but this design cannot be sold, shared or traded. I love seeing photos of finished projects that you've used it on!

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FAQs

Most of the designs in my shop include several sizes. The method I use in naming the files indicates the largest dimension of the file. Files ending with #X# refer to hoop sizes, so: 4X4= the largest design that will fit inside the 4"X4" (100mmX100mm) Hoop 5X7= the largest design that will fit inside the 5"X7" (130mm X 180mm) Hoop 6X10= the largest design that will fit inside the 6"X10" (145mm X 250mm) Oval Hoop. Files ending with a three digit number refers to the largest dimension in millimeters (I digitize my embroidery designs in metric, not imperial.) for example: 065= 65mm = 2.6" 140= 140mm= 5.5"

I am NOT currently set up to stitch out patches or other items with my embroidery designs, but I do have plans to open another store in the future when I can get the proper machinery.

My pricing varies depending on the complexity of the requested design, and weather or not it can be added to my design catalogue. Resizing: $15-$25 Phrase with Simple Lettering: $15 (Ex. Name, Motto, etc.) Minor modification/combination of catalogue design: $15-$25 Non-exclusive custom design (I can add it to my catalogue): $15-$40 Exclusive Custom design (Yours alone): $15-$75 Font: $25-$100

Here are the instructions from Etsy's Help page https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949 To access your digital file(s), go to "You > Purchases and reviews" and look for the order. To the right of the order, click Download Files. This goes to the Downloads page for all the files attached to your order. There are generally no limits for when or how many times you can download a file. In most cases you can access a file any time on your Purchases page, provided the transaction hasn't been canceled or removed. If your payment is still processing, the Download Files button will be grey.

All of my embroidery files are compressed into a "zip" archive. Once you download your file, you need to 1. decompress/extract/unzip the archive to access the embroidery files. 2. Save the embroidery files to a location on your computer that you can remember. 3. Select the file format which is compatible with your embroidery machine. 4. Follow the manufacturer's directions of your embroidery machine to transfer the file to your embroidery machine.

After downloading, hover your mouse over the file name until it is highlighted and right click. If you see an option in the menu that says "Unzip" or "Decompress" or "Extract" or has something with "zip" in the name, that is the option that you need to use. The computer should then ask you where you want the unzipped embroidery files to be saved to, pick the folder that makes sense, where you will remember them being. Once you finish unzipping the files, then open your embroidery software. You should be able to see the files.

I found out after many conversations with customers, digitizers, and embroidery machine dealers, that there are a lot of embroidery machines that glitch or just cannot recognize embroidery designs if they do not start and end with the needle in the center of the design. Given a choice between giving everyone a final jump stitch to trim, or have hundreds of customers unable to use my designs, I choose the jump stitch.

Yes and no. Even the simplest font is a ridiculous amount of work. Think about it, there are at least 26 designs in a font. (Sometimes 62 or more if you include upper & lower case, numbers, punctuation...). Add on the formatting time, making multiple sizes, organizing the files to make them easy to reference, and so on. It all adds up. 26 times the work means 26 times the price. What I can do easily is individual custom letters or monograms. Send me an image of the letter/monogram in question, preferably in PNG or BMP format, for a quote. Relist discounts are not available for custom monograms. I am working on more fonts. I’ll happily take suggestions, and if there is enough interest in certain fonts, I may let it influence me.

Most of the designs in my shop include several sizes. The method I use in naming the files indicates the largest dimension of the file. Files ending with #X# refer to hoop sizes, so: 4X4= the largest design that will fit inside the 4"X4" (100mmX100mm) Hoop 5X7= the largest design that will fit inside the 5"X7" (130mm X 180mm) Hoop 6X10= the largest design that will fit inside the 6"X10" (145mm X 250mm) Oval Hoop. Files ending with a three digit number refers to the largest dimension in millimeters (I digitize my embroidery designs in metric, not imperial.) for example: 065= 65mm = 2.6" 140= 140mm= 5.5"

I am NOT currently set up to stitch out patches or other items with my embroidery designs, but I do have plans to open another store in the future when I can get the proper machinery.

My pricing varies depending on the complexity of the requested design, and weather or not it can be added to my design catalogue. Resizing: $15-$25 Phrase with Simple Lettering: $15 (Ex. Name, Motto, etc.) Minor modification/combination of catalogue design: $15-$25 Non-exclusive custom design (I can add it to my catalogue): $15-$40 Exclusive Custom design (Yours alone): $15-$75 Font: $25-$100

Here are the instructions from Etsy's Help page https://www.etsy.com/help/article/3949 To access your digital file(s), go to "You > Purchases and reviews" and look for the order. To the right of the order, click Download Files. This goes to the Downloads page for all the files attached to your order. There are generally no limits for when or how many times you can download a file. In most cases you can access a file any time on your Purchases page, provided the transaction hasn't been canceled or removed. If your payment is still processing, the Download Files button will be grey.

All of my embroidery files are compressed into a "zip" archive. Once you download your file, you need to 1. decompress/extract/unzip the archive to access the embroidery files. 2. Save the embroidery files to a location on your computer that you can remember. 3. Select the file format which is compatible with your embroidery machine. 4. Follow the manufacturer's directions of your embroidery machine to transfer the file to your embroidery machine.

After downloading, hover your mouse over the file name until it is highlighted and right click. If you see an option in the menu that says "Unzip" or "Decompress" or "Extract" or has something with "zip" in the name, that is the option that you need to use. The computer should then ask you where you want the unzipped embroidery files to be saved to, pick the folder that makes sense, where you will remember them being. Once you finish unzipping the files, then open your embroidery software. You should be able to see the files.

I found out after many conversations with customers, digitizers, and embroidery machine dealers, that there are a lot of embroidery machines that glitch or just cannot recognize embroidery designs if they do not start and end with the needle in the center of the design. Given a choice between giving everyone a final jump stitch to trim, or have hundreds of customers unable to use my designs, I choose the jump stitch.

Yes and no. Even the simplest font is a ridiculous amount of work. Think about it, there are at least 26 designs in a font. (Sometimes 62 or more if you include upper & lower case, numbers, punctuation...). Add on the formatting time, making multiple sizes, organizing the files to make them easy to reference, and so on. It all adds up. 26 times the work means 26 times the price. What I can do easily is individual custom letters or monograms. Send me an image of the letter/monogram in question, preferably in PNG or BMP format, for a quote. Relist discounts are not available for custom monograms. I am working on more fonts. I’ll happily take suggestions, and if there is enough interest in certain fonts, I may let it influence me.



Reviews
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(12)
I did this for a client, as a surprise. Had to do it in glow in the dark thread....it looks freaking amazing.. glad however I won't be seeing it in the middle of the night
Dec 18, 2017 by aestitchery
I used glow in the dark thread instead of the silver and it turned out really well on my Pfaff Creative 3.0.
Aug 9, 2017 by dorothyjohansen
This was a very nice design and worked perfectly for my daughters pillow. Thanks
Jun 19, 2017 by Melanie H
Oct 28, 2016 by Slik Falk
Stitches up nicely. Middle one is using the colors suggested by the program... The ones on the sides are attempts to find one that my friend loves.
Mar 13, 2016 by Kristen Rosado

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