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debby Piatek
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Date: 8/12/11 9:08 AM

hi, I just bought an ellure plus and am looking for software downloads, like for a fleur de lis, etc. The retailer that I bought the machine from sells expensive software and warns that most software online is no good. Also, looks for inexpensive source for stabilizer, thread, etc. Thanks in advance

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In reply to debby Piatek <<


Date: 8/12/11 9:45 PM

Sonia Showalter has an excellent site and has new fleur alphabets. Her designs always stitch out great for me.

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Date: 8/13/11 1:46 AM

I have had an Ellure Plus for a few years and my BL dealer told me the same thing. Hogwash. Embird is great design editing software with add-ons purchased as you need or desire with full tech support from many sources.

If you are just looking for a suitable fleur de lis design there are many online stores that sell single designs. Embroidery Library is a good place to start your search. They offer each design in multiple formats so the PES you need will be available.

I use Marathon Thread (online) with great results and the price is very good. Their multi-color sets are great for start up. They also sell stabilizers and other accessories if you can't find them locally. I have not used their other products, just thread.

I love my Ellure and I hope you have a lot of fun with yours!

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Date: 8/13/11 7:04 PM

I buy threadart thread...I got 50 spools for $50 and still have tons and tons and tons left.

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Date: 8/13/11 7:18 PM

Many people swear by metro thread, I haven't used it myself, but only because I am too cheap to buy it when I still have so much other thread.

http://metroemb.com/

Their colors look very nice and you cannot beat the price.

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Date: 8/14/11 8:52 AM

Kind of funny how my thread art ones never break...but the floriani does.

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Date: 8/15/11 11:42 AM

I am looking at purchasing the ellure plus. This will be my first experience with embroidery machines. Do you think this is a good machine for a beginner?

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Date: 8/15/11 1:21 PM

Embird get the most for your money and can buy in modules so only have to buy what you need and it can grow with you.

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Date: 8/15/11 4:18 PM

I don't buy anything but Metro embroidery thread any more. It stitches out just great and their prices can't be beat. ThreadArt is also very reasonably priced. Metro also has a line of outstanding precut stabilizers and pre wound bobbins. Over time, I got tired of paying premium prices for embroidery threads when Metro thread holds up just as well, and the colors are gorgeous.

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Date: 8/15/11 8:00 PM

Go in for a demo and test drive and then you can determine what is best for your need.

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