This adorable toilet paper wrap collection is perfect for gifts or decorating the bathroom.
A 300mm x 200mm hoop needed. If you want the designs only please see them under the 4×4 design section. You are purchasing 19 toilet paper wraps with connected designs.
The formats included is EXP, HUS, JEF, PCS, PES, SEW, SHV, VIP, VP3, DST, XXX. If another format is needed. I will make every effort to accommodate you.
IMPORTANT: You will receive a zipped file with the ITH file for this design.
GreenRoofFarmsDIY is the sole copyright owner of these designs. You may NOT copy, sell or trade the digital file in any form. You MAY stitch these items for personal use or on items for resale.
These are machine design files (NOT PATCHES) and you must have an embroidery machine to stitch these designs.
Because of the digital nature of this item I cannot offer refunds. Please email me with any questions you might have prior to buying
This is designed to have under 6 colors with the stitch down. You can choose more colors if you like, just stop the machine at each element you want to change colors.
Fabric is 5 1/2″ wide by 14 inches long.
Make sure you stop your machine where the box outline is so you can place your fabric for the box. There are two basting outlines before the circles start.
You will also want to stop the machine before the last stitch in the sequence, which is the final stitch before the outline restitches to allow you to put the back on. You will want to make sure you have the fabrics face to face and orientate your fabric the way you want. Put a good stabilizer in your hoop so the stitches are stitched out nicely.
I suggest you test this out on inexpensive fabric or test fabric before doing on precious expensive fabric.
Overall Directions, pretty straightforward:
360mmx200mm hoop needed. If you want the designs only please see them under the 4×4 design section.
Step 1 is the tack down stitch for the outline.
Step 2 is the stitch down for the fabric and the snap outlines
Step 3 is the design stitch out
Step 4 you must stop after the design stitches to put the fabric face down on the box.
Step 5 Last step is the final stitch down.
Once done remove from the hoop and find the small gap in the fabrics where it did not stitch down.
This is the spot you will use to flip the wrap outside in.
Press with an iron flat
Your TP might be too thick so cut a few layers out to get your wrap to fit around.