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Chefs all over the world produce the best results with a "little of this" and "a pinch of that".  With the greatest
number of specialty threads worldwide, Madeira would like to share the basic "ingredients" that go into running
our specialty thread.  These recipe cards provide the basics for running all of our 22 unique embroidery threads.

 


Please note that a limit of one FREE recipe card may be requested with samples, or a set of Covers may be requested with each order. To download all of our available recipe cards electronically, please CLICK HERE

 


 

Below are the first 4 embroidery designs featured in Madeira's recipe booklet of Specialty Threads. 
These downloads are available for FREE to help you learn how to use each specialty thread.

Don't Bug Me Design
Classic Rayon #60

 

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Click here to download run sheet

 

Pat Williams created "Don't Bug Me." Clocking in as the eighth person in the U.S. to purchase a Compucon Digitizing System back in 1993, Pat Williams fell in love with the art of digitizing. She turned her talents, and her company Image Embroidery, from doing the embroidery, to digitizing it. An award-winning digitizer, Pat began beta testing and leading digitizing seminars for Compucon in 1997. In 2001, Walter Floriani presented Pat with the Embroidery Educator of the Year Award. She wrote a digitizing lettering class for Embroidery University, leads seminars at the Imprinted Sportswear Shows, and is a contributing writer for Impressions Magazine. Pat specializes in custom digitizing services and in serving the industry as a consultant.

Rough Riders Design
Polyneon #40

 

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Click here to download run sheet

 

Bonnie Nielsen created "Rough Rider."  Bonnie Nielsen is an internationally known embroidery designer with more than 25 years of experience. She is recognized worldwide for her creative punching skills and is well known for her technical embroidery digitizing articles. She now lives in Germany working at this time as a puncher for Madeira Garnfabrik, giving embroidery design seminars to international groups of punchers and designers. Bonnie Nielsen continues to write articles for trade magazines and also does design development for the embroidery fashion trends and corporate industries.

Edelweiss Design
Frosted Matt #40

 

Click here to download DST file

Click here to download run sheet

 

Bonnie Nielsen created "Edelweiss."  Bonnie Nielsen is an internationally known embroidery designer with more than 25 years of experience. She is recognized worldwide for her creative punching skills and is well known for her technical embroidery digitizing articles. She now lives in Germany working at this time as a puncher for Madeira Garnfabrik, giving embroidery design seminars to international groups of punchers and designers. Bonnie Nielsen continues to write articles for trade magazines and also does design development for the embroidery fashion trends and corporate industries.

FS 50 Crest Design
FS Metallic #50

 

Click here to download DST file

Click here to download run sheet

 

Pat Williams created "FS 50 Crest." Clocking in as the eighth person in the U.S. to purchase a Compucon Digitizing System back in 1993, Pat Williams fell in love with the art of digitizing. She turned her talents, and her company Image Embroidery, from doing the embroidery, to digitizing it. An award-winning digitizer, Pat began beta testing and leading digitizing seminars for Compucon in 1997. In 2001, Walter Floriani presented Pat with the Embroidery Educator of the Year Award. She wrote a digitizing lettering class for Embroidery University, leads seminars at the Imprinted Sportswear Shows, and is a contributing writer for Impressions Magazine. Pat specializes in custom digitizing services and in serving the industry as a consultant.

Fire Fighter Flame Design
Fire Fighter #40

 

Click here to download DST file

Click here to download run sheet

 

Pat Williams created "Fire Fighter Flame". Clocking in as the eighth person in the U.S. to purchase a Compucon Digitizing System back in 1993, Pat Williams fell in love with the art of digitizing. She turned her talents, and her company Image Embroidery, from doing the embroidery, to digitizing it. An award-winning digitizer, Pat began beta testing and leading digitizing seminars for Compucon in 1997. In 2001, Walter Floriani presented Pat with the Embroidery Educator of the Year Award. She wrote a digitizing lettering class for Embroidery University, leads seminars at the Imprinted Sportswear Shows, and is a contributing writer for Impressions Magazine. Pat specializes in custom digitizing services and in serving the industry as a consultant.

 

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