You MUST have an embroidery machine to use these designs. These are NOT patches - they are downloadable files.
Due to the electronic nature of the design NO REFUNDS will be given. You will be able to download the zipped file once payment is received
This download file will include popular formats - if your required format is missing, please send me a message and I'll send it to you by return.
I carefully design and digitize every file - the quality of stitches is very important to me and I want all my customers to be satisfied and I have tested all designs on a Brother PE-650 embroidery machine prior to listing.
If you have any questions, please contact me and I will answer ASAP COPYRIGHT STATEMENT:
You MAY NOT alter, edit or convert the designs in any way. There is no guarantee of the quality of the designs if there is any editing, resizing or altering.
You MAY NOT modify any of my designs to create your own embroidery design for sale.
You may NOT transfer, share or sell my design files.
You MAY use my designs to make finished items for personal use, gifts, and finished products you sell.
SOME INTERESTING INFORMATION ABOUT WOODIE...
The following is taken from his biography to be found at http://www.woodyguthrie.org/biography/biography8.h...
In his lifetime, Woody Guthrie wrote nearly 3,000 song lyrics, published two novels, created artworks, authored numerous published and unpublished manuscripts, poems, prose, and plays and hundreds of letters and news article which are housed in the Woody Guthrie Archives in New York.
“Woody is just Woody. Thousands of people do not know he has any other name. He is just a voice and a guitar. He sings the songs of a people and I suspect that he is, in a way, that people. Harsh voiced and nasal, his guitar hanging like a tire iron on a rusty rim, there is nothing sweet about Woody, and there is nothing sweet about the songs he sings. But there is something more important for those who still listen. There is the will of a people to endure and fight against oppression. I think we call this the American spirit.” - John Steinbeck