French Bulldog Raw Edge Appliqué, Machine Embroidery Design



This little fellow is called “Ralph” and he is a raw edge appliqué French Bulldog Raw Edge Appliqué that is a machine embroidery design. He is a great project to use your scraps of material up on. Instructions are detailed and give you a step by step guide on how to make him. There are also suggestions as to how to group your fabric and where light and dark shade could be placed. This said, there are no hard and fast rules. Part of the fun in making Ralph is to make him your own. I love to use recycled clothes on projects like this so use your imagination and the sky is the limit.

PLEASE NOTE: The French Bulldog Raw Edge Appliqué pattern does dot include the patch on the body, as pictured in one of the photos. This was added as artistic license. It does however include the patch on the face

Technical information

2 sizes are included.
Hoop size suggestions are – 6×10 and 5×7 – although other hoops sizes may fit. check dimensions. If you need another size then ask prior to purchasing. We may be able to accommodate you at no additional cost.

Dog size = 128..8 x 143 mm
Number of stitches: 3,333

Dog size = 128.8 x 143 mm
Number of stitches: 3,668

Included is ONE zip file. It consists of the pattern files in the below formats and a PDF instruction file.

You can download this pattern instantly in your Pixie Willow Patterns account in PES DST EXP HUS JEF VIP, VP3 & XXX file format.

* Due to the nature of this item (digital media) No refunds are given.
* Please check sizes of pattern and that you have the appropriate size hoops.
* This is not a physical item.
* You must have a an Embroidery Machine to make this

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Photo Credits to Fiona Smith, Joyce Elliott and Catherine Hayes