Free Products

Do you like FREE products? What a coincidence … so do we! Listed below are the products and designs that we have made free for all of our customers to have. Check out these products, and let us know what you think on our Facebook page (also listed below). We look forward to hearing from you soon!

Embroidery Tool Shed

Embroidery Tool Shed from Designs in Machine Embroidery is a great way to get started with embroidery software!

Basic functions like resizing, changing colors, and many others are available for free. And, if you want to add more functions, in-app purchases make that easy.

Happy @ Home Mug Rug

For everyone who has to stay at home, we thought we’d provide a FREE project to help pass the time, and to add a little color and fun to any household. Enjoy!

Edge-to-Edge Design Index

Jenny Posten, one of our Edge-to-Edge digitizers, and an art registrar, used her organizing superpowers to create an index of all of our quilting designs. It shows the designs in each product, and also groups designs based on category.

If you want some help finding the perfect quilting design for your next project, this is a great place to start.

Valor Pack

This special Edge-to-Edge Quilting Expansion Pack contains designs that we’ve created specifically for Quilts of Valor projects, or any quilts that you’re creating for a current or former member of the US armed services. 

These 5 quilting designs are intended to be used with the Easy Connect technique explained in our book, Edge-to-Edge Quilting on Your Embroidery Machine. If you have our book, click the  following link to download the files. 

Rubber Ducky Instructions and Files
Maple Leaf Mug Rug

Click here to Download the Maple Leaf Mug Rug files!

Monster Treat Bag

Click here to download the Monster Treat Bag!

Confetti Fall Mug Rug
Multi-Purpose Pouch

Click here to download the Multi-Purpose Pouch!

Mardi Gras Table Runner

Click here to download the Mardi Gras Table Runner.

Bunny Table Topper
General Free Instructions

Click here for free binding instructions.

Click here for instructions on puffy biscuits and prairie points.