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Elle the Elephant

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Product Description This machine embroidery design from artist Suzan Lind is named “Elle the Elephant”. Stitch Count This design contains 21,635 stitches. Design Size Height: 2.55 Inches Width: 3.85 Inches Design Formats Included .SEW, .ART, .JEF, .PES About Suzan Lind Suzan’s professional artistic career began in the early 1990’s when she worked as a computer illustrator, just around the time CorelDRAW made its debut. After moving around the country for several years and dabbling in many art mediums, from mosaic tile to painted furniture, Suzan finally settled in South Salem, NY in 2000 where she started managing her own art-based business. It began with the sale of original paintings. She has exhibited and sold paintings in solo and group exhibitions, fine art shows, galleries, and online. Her work has been sold to collectors close to home and as far away as Hong Kong. To learn more about Suzan Lind, please visit her Stitch Gallery One page:

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Stitch Gallery One
We came up with the concept for Stitch Gallery One in early 2016 while discussing ways to promote and share our love of art. With collective experience across many disciplines such as art licensing, machine embroidery, e-commerce, graphic design, crafting, and marketing, the machine embroidery industry seemed like a natural fit and perfect place to park our idea. Our goal is to bring to you fresh, original designs licensed from hand-selected artists from around the world. All of our art is thoughtfully procured and sold exclusively on Stitch Gallery One. Each design begins with a paintbrush, pencil, or perhaps a stylus, and after careful digitizing eventually ends up in stitches in your hands. We want you, the machine embroidery enthusiast, to be proud of the work you sew onto your surfaces and share with friends, family, and clientele, and we encourage you to read about our artists. Check out our site -