Bulldog In The Hoop Doodle-It Machine Embroidery Design

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Doodle-Its are a stuffie/doll when stitched on cotton fabric can be colored in with markers or crayons. Use washable markers for temporary designs and fabric markers for permanent ones! These make great party activities, favors, and gifts for all ages!

***This is NOT a Finished Product****
***This is a Digital File for Machine Embroiderers***
***You MUST have an embroidery machine to use this file!***

>This zip file includes general instructions
>Includes 4x4, 5x7, 6x10 and 8x12 sizes



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