New Monogram Style for
A bigger version of our Arts and Crafts Monogram Set 10 - for those with larger hoops.
This versatile monogram set can be used for 1, 2 and 3 letter monograms. The optional left and right scroll embellishments can be placed inside or outside the frame.
As with all of our other XL styles, this monogram set can be enlarged in your embroidery software program up to 10" (254mm) without any sewout issues.
Arts and Crafts XL 10 is included in the following Guided Search categories: Vertical, Thin, Masculine, Modern, Fashion, Towels, Bed Linens, Tote Bags And Purses, Xl.
The free letter of the month is "C" from the Arts and Crafts XL Monogram Set 10.
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
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A French handwork monogram style from the 1870s, with digitized candlewicking details. This two-color design looks equally vibrant and traditional sewn tone-on-tone with one thread color.
The Candlewick Monogram Set was developed in collaboration with Susan Schrempf and Gail Tibbetts.
This monogram style is used in the Cover article "Fleece with Flair!" by Sandra Clark - Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, January/February 2005.
This style looks perfect for a modern child's monogram, so you may be surprised to learn that it's an Art Deco style from the 1930s. Digitized with satin stitch letters and a two-color satin stitch border, the letters can be used alone by skipping the first two colors.
Cutwork is an heirloom embroidery technique incorporating open areas into the overall design. In "Richelieu" cutwork, distinctive buttonhole bars cross the open areas. This handwork technique can be created by machine using heavy-duty water soluble stabilizer. The artwork for this monogram style comes from 1917.
Step-by-Step instructions are provided. For those not inclined to use the cutwork option this monogram style still looks beautiful.
Cutwork Instructions (pop-up window)
Download Printable Instructions (pdf)
This style is featured in Cutwork - from Store-Bought to Heirloom by Richards Jarden, Designs in Machine Embroidery magazine, September/October 2009.
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.
Monograms in the Movies
Monograms in the Movies
An archive of film scenes with monograms - updated monthly.
With over 200 posted images of monograms in movies, we are - at least temporarily - out of suggestions. We hope to find some ourselves soon, or receive tips from others.