New Monogram Style for
This Monogram Blend (Ornamental 3) is composed of elements from three of our styles Sets - Olympia, Diamond 4 and Monogram Flourishes 2: Year 1923. There is a template design that can be used as for easy layout placement in your embroidery software program. The three letters can be used alone, or made more formal with the addition of the frame.
Ornamental 3 is included in the following Guided Search categories: Monogram Blend.
The free letter of the month is "W" from the Monogram Blend - Ornamental 3.
Custom Collection - On Sale This Month!
The four styles below are on sale this month.
Each is discounted - 15% off
Buy all four of this month's On-Sale styles for $63.95 - that's only
Chose either the download or mail-order option. Special offer for a Custom Collection - the download option also includes back-up CDs sent by mail for no additional cost.
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This monogram set has a very classic look, with satin stitch elements passing over and under eachother. Two sizes are included, for use as as a single letter monogram, or combined in two or three-letter monogram combinations.
Thanks to Elliott Dicker of Monograms by Mark Elliott (Pompano Beach, FL) for providing the artwork for these letters.
This two-color graceful script monogram style is done in satin stitch. Simplify the look by skipping the first color. Get extra lift with puffy foam!
A graceful old-fashioned monogram style, designed to create three-letter combinations that form an oval shape.
We first offered our Empire Monogram Set for sale in December 2001. It was digitized from hand-drawn artwork. The name Empire is a title that we invented to give this style a "grand" feel. Empire, and all of our other monogram styles are sold through our website, our retail dealer network of sewing stores, and one additional authorized source - embroidery.com, who share sales proceeds with us. Anything visually identical, whether a stand-alone design set, or a plug-in for a lettering or monogramming program is unauthorized and not the result of any arrangement with our company.
We call this monogram style "Five and Dime" because the artwork is from an iron-on transfer pattern that was sold through Woolworth's Department Stores in the 1940s. The letters are digitized in a graceful satin stitch with plenty of underlay. This is another classic style that is perfect on bed linens, either tone-on-tone or in a bright, contrasting color.
This style is featured in "Hobknobbing" by Betsy Dubicki, Creative Machine Embroidery magazine, May/June 2003.
This style is featured in "Initialize" by Richards Jarden, Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, January/February 2009
Monograms in the Movies
Monograms in the Movies
An archive of film scenes with monograms - updated monthly.
- Pocket Full Of Miracles (1961)