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E the Pony
Artist | Hobbyist | Artisan Crafts
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Pretty much everything in my gallery is based upon MLP:FiM by Lauren Faust, so thank her and the animation team for everything. All the embroidery designs are up on my blog for free download, and can be used for making your own embroidered stuff. The designs may NOT be included in any embroidery collections, or hosted somewhere else without my permission.


Ecrater Patch Store or Etsy Store
One Off Velcro'd Patches
What I am working on Right Now
Embroidery Blog

I do comissions too.
Comission Details
Comission Status

These are the embroidery machines I currently have:
One of these: Brother 6800PRW Cost $350
One of these: Brother PE770 Cost $700
One of these: Brother ULT 2001 Cost $2.8k
One of these: Butterfly B1501B/T Cost $10k with accessories

Machines I used to have:
Brother PE770 Cost $700 (had 4, sold 3 when got 15 needle machine)
Brother SE400 Cost $350 (dropped down flight of stairs. RIP)
Singer CE-250 Cost $625 (crap machine)
Singer XL-550 Cost $1k (crap machine)
Singer XL-400 Cost $800 (crap machine. I'm seeing a pattern)
Janome 9700 cost $2k (good machine but expensive)
Husqvarna Topaz 50 Cost $3.1k (good machine but expensive)

I recommend either the 6800PRW or the SE400 for folks starting out. They are exactly the same besides the model number, stickers and the carry cart that only comes with the 6800PRW. They can do embroidery and regular sewing, and do both very well. I have had more than a dozen different machines by different manufacturers, and I like these the best. DO NOT BUY the Singer machines. They are horrible embroidery machines, and Singer customer service is even worse. Singer used to be totally awesome, I am very disappointed in their new products and service.
I am working on a big update to the MLP Eye Set that you can get from Ecrater or Etsy for $35.  I am updating a bunch of existing designs to make them better (more durable, more show accurate,  support additional fabric types) and adding more than a hundred sizes.  I am also adding a few more characters. 

The update should be out in a week or 2.  As usual, anyone who already has the set will get the update for free.  Either re-download it from Etsy or I send an email with the updated set if you got it though Ecrater.  Happy embroidering!

** Update**
I just sent out the updates via email for purchasers though Ecrater.  If you purchased the set from Etsy, you will need to go to Etsy and download the updated set(s).  New totals (assuming I can count correctly):
Cutie Marks - 52 designs in more than 200 sizes.
MLP Plushie Eyes - 83 designs in more than 270 sizes.
-E

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:iconzombies8mywaffle:
Zombies8MyWaffle Featured By Owner Jul 7, 2014  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
hello ^.^ hope im not being a bother, but

i just opened up my plushie commissions and i would be very grateful if you were so kind as to share my commission journal Heart Heart Heart Heart Heart 
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^.^
Ponies For Sale by Zombies8MyWaffle
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:icongoldendragon1991:
GoldenDragon1991 Featured By Owner Jun 22, 2014  Professional General Artist
Hi there! We met at Trotcon, I was with my boyfriend and we were cosplaying Derpy and Doctor Whooves.  I was hoping maybe I could discuss getting a custom patch of my cutie mark like I was asking then.
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:iconethepony:
EthePony Featured By Owner Jun 25, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Ceertainly.  Shoot me the details via email; ethepony@gmail.com
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:icongoldendragon1991:
GoldenDragon1991 Featured By Owner Jun 26, 2014  Professional General Artist
Will do.  I'm going to wait until i can get an actual vectored image of it done though.  :) Thanks!
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:iconorangeletters88:
OrangeLetters88 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
Thank you for the llama!! Llama Emoji-10 (Shy) [V1] 
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:iconorangeletters88:
OrangeLetters88 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
I love your patches!!
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:iconethepony:
EthePony Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artisan Crafter
Thank you so much (:
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:iconorangeletters88:
OrangeLetters88 Featured By Owner Jun 11, 2014  Hobbyist Artist
You are very welcomes. :3
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:iconplushbrony101:
plushbrony101 Featured By Owner May 31, 2014  Student Digital Artist
wow did you make your Deviantart ID?
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:iconjoeyh3:
joeyh3 Featured By Owner May 23, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Hello E!

May I ask your advice on something? I'm making another attempt at designing embroidery patterns, and just tried sewing a simple design I digitized. Even though I was sure to overlap the colors a bit, I'm finding there's too much pull, which is not only leaving gaps, but also tearing the stabilizer mid-sew (sta.sh/07op0whyqc0). Is this because I'm making my stitching too dense (I've been using Embird's default of 4.0), or am I not overlapping enough, or what may cause that? Thanks!
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