Sith happens embroidery design
Sith happens embroidery design
Sith happens embroidery design

Sith Happens Embroidery Design

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The sass awakens with this parody embroidery design. Features the phrase "Sith Happens" with a T shaped light sword in place of the letter T.

9 formats & 4 hoop sizes included in a zip file:

4 x 4 inches
5 x 7 inches
6 x 10 inches
8 x 8 inches

****NOTE: This is a very dense design. Please use multiple layers of stabilizer and run a test before stitching on your final project.

Stitching Order

Steps are separated by color changes. Please do not color sort or combine colors. If you are using a multi-needle machine, please set it to stop for color changes.

What's Included?

**Only the text described (if any) is included in the design.**

THIS LISTING IS NOT FOR AN ACTUAL STITCH OUT, BUT FOR THE FILE. Sample stitch is for demonstration purposes only.

Any extra items shown in the image do not come with the design unless specified here that they are included. These are just examples of what can be done with the designs.

Required Tools

Note: This is a machine embroidery design, not a PDF for hand embroidery. You must have an embroidery machine and a method in which to transfer the design files to your machine in order to use this design.

Your files will come in a ZIP folder. You must have software to unzip the files. Once they are unzipped, you can transfer them from your computer to your embroidery machine.


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Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Melissa Briggs

This is a nice embroidery pattern, set up for only three thread colors. It looks great finished, however, it is extremely dense, even with one heavy tear-away and one medium woven-cut away stabilizer fused to the t-shirt, I had some warping and contraction. I do not remember the stitch count off the top of my head, but it was a lot more than I anticipated. My other concern is there was one point in the embroidery where it would have gone over a long thread if I hadn't been their to pause the stitching and cut it. Overall, I like this a lot, and my sister will love her shirt for her birthday in a couple weeks. That being said, this will not be a frequent go-to due to the time and thread usage and the dense design.