ITH Cowboy Boots Hand Sanitizer Holder- Snap Tab (5x7 Hoop) - Machine Embroidery
IN THE HOOP / MACHINE EMBROIDERY DESIGN to make this cowboy boots hand sanitizer holder.
These western themed hand sanitizer holders will hold a 1 oz Purell and 1 oz PocketBac (from Bath and Body Works). You get both patterns and step by step instructions to make them. They are for a 5 x 7 hoop, and one hooping makes two. So you can keep one for yourself, and give one to someone special.
This is an INSTANT DOWNLOAD and NO PHYSICAL ITEM WILL BE MAILED TO YOUR HOME. You must also have an embroidery machine and software, and know how to use it in order to use this file. You will also need to be able open a zipped folder.
This will NOT work with a 4 inch hoop.
Size of embroidery:
Purell Holder 4.79 x 5.03 in
PocketBac Holder 4.77 x 5.02
All of my patterns have been tested and retested, and they stitched out perfectly. If you have any problems with the stitch out, please contact me and I will try my best to help you. I do not recommend changing the size or stitch count of these files because they will alter the final results. I give you the color chart so you will know what order objects are stitched in, but of course, you will use the colors of your choice!
Formats are as follows:
JEF, PES, HUS, EXP, DST, VIP, VP3, XXX
You will receive 1 zip file containing each of the above formats, my terms (which can also be seen here), and a PDF file with important information and pattern instructions.
Once payment has been verified, you will receive the link to your files. A receipt will also be emailed to the account you used for your payment. Hang onto the email until you have downloaded your items. If you ever have a problem with your download, you can always contact me.
You may use these designs for personal and small business use. You can sell items (such as bibs, pillows, tote bags, etc) you have made using the files, but you can not sell the actual files or share them. All the designs are my own original artwork that I created in my drawing program, and I own all rights to them. If you change the size, stitches, or anything else of the embroidery design, I can't be responsible for the result of the finished item.