Star Wars Stuffies Set In the Hoop Designs


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Made in Houma, Louisiana

Item details

This is a machine embroidery design, not a patch.

Files include Kylo Ren, Rey, BB8, R2D2, C3PO, and Chewbacca (not shown)
Formats Included:

Three sizes are included, each is for 4x4, 5x7, 6x10 hoop
This is an in the hoop stuffie design file. First place your fabric in the hoop to be stitched. Stitch out all of the colors and steps like normal, until you get to the final step. Before stitching the final step, place another piece of fabric under the hoop to be stitched. These two pieces will be sewn together in the final step. After stitching is completed, remove and fill with poly fill and then sew the bottom together either by machine or by hand.


Ex: Final dimensions for the 5x7 design are Height is 5.5 inches and Width is 5 inches.

Design delivery

After your payment is processed, an email will be sent to you containing your purchased design files.

Please remember to unzip the downloaded zip file.
Please contact me if you encounter any issue downloading the files.


Due to the electronic nature of the product refunds are not offered. If you receive a damaged file, I would be glad to send you a new one.
Please note that I am not responsible for the quality of the design if you resize it, convert it, or edit it in any way.

We Accept PAYPAL payment only.

This is my original design, you may not copy, share or sell my digitized designs or reproduce them in any way.
Thank you!

Average review
As a small business owner, I DONT want to give poor feedback, however i DONT want others to purchase poor products. These are NOT ready to be listed for sale. I'm very disappointed after wasting the time trying and make these dolls. The Rey pattern looks so bad that i wouldnt even attempt it. The Chewbacca doesnt even go to size 6x10 as stated in the write up. The Kylo Ren is the 1 i tried to stitch out and he is not fit to be a doll, perhaps these are better as felties. The space between the arms and the body should not be part of the doll. The opening to turn the doll right side out was the entire bottom of the doll, so i would have had to sew him shut by hand with a bunch of curves and turns. I strongly recommend making a MUCH smaller hole on his head. Attempted to contact shop and fb. No luck. You're on the right track.
Jul 3, 2016 by Bobbie Jo S

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