Our 1956 Chrysler 300 Imperial Embroidery Design is digitized to ensure optimal stitch quality, minimize thread breaks, and produce clean, sharp lines. Included are the most common file formats to be compatible with most embroidery machines. The design is precisely digitized in the USA with premium digitizing software for optimal stitch count and durability, so you can create projects that not only look great but also run well and stand the test of time. Download our 1956 Chrysler 300 Imperial Embroidery Design and upgrade your embroidery game today!
Digitized Embroidery Designs Original Design
Our USA-based team hand-punches each Embroidery Design using premium digitizing software, ensuring exceptional quality and efficiency. With over 15 years of digitizing experience and unmatched stitch processing technology, you can trust that every design will produce the best results. Our designs have been rigorously tested on various fabrics and products and are suitable for both left chest and hat embroidery, with larger designs for jacket backs, clearly marked.
Your purchase of an Embroidery Design includes a zip file with the designs and a run sheet specifying design specifications and color changes. Each stock design is ready for download and comes in a file including multiple embroidery formats:
EMB .emb – Wilcom Embroidery Digitizing Software Format
DST .dst – Tajima, Brother, SWF Embroidery Formats
EXP .exp – Melco Expanded Embroidery Format
SEW .sew – Elna, Janome, Kenmore Embroidery Formats
JEF .jef – Elna, Janome, Kenmore Embroidery Formats
HUS .hus – Viking, Husqvarna Embroidery Formats
PES .pes – Baby Lock, Bernina Deco, Brother, Simplicity Embroidery Formats
All Digitized Embroidery Designs are protected intellectual property and authorized for use in both personal and commercial projects, but not for resale. You are free to use our designs for your projects, but selling them is strictly prohibited.
For copyrighted material and logos, Digitized Embroidery Designs offers digitization services. However, proper approval from the relevant design or logo owner must still be obtained before using copyrighted artwork or logos.