Flame for Pentecost--Religious Machine Embroidery File
Brand Ecclesiastical Sewing
The Flame symbol for Pentecost was created by Edward Riojas and Carrie Roberts. The tongue of fire or the flame comes from St. Luke's account of Pentecost in the book the Acts of the Apostles. The flame rested on the heads of each of the Apostles and they were filled with the Holy Spirit.
The tongue of fire or flame is available in three sizes.
- The 4" x 4" hoop has a small sewn out size of 1.35" H x 1.01" W with 2,685 stitches.
- The 4" x 4" hoop has a medium sewn out size of 2.70" H x 2.01" W with 7,593 stitches
- The 6.25" x 10.25" hoop has a sewn out size of 4.03" H x 3.01" W with 14,599 stitches
- This design has 4 thread color changes.
- All Files include a PDF with dimensions, stitch count and color change.
Digital machine embroidery designs are available for instant download. All files include a thread color chart.
Please select the design size and file type for your machine. File formats are DST, EMB, EXP, HUS, JEF, PCS, PES, and XXX. Some formats may not be available for certain designs based on size. Some machine formats may have a split design (a part A and B).
These are digital files which require an embroidery machine to utilize these machine embroidery designs. These machine embroidery designs as electronic media (software) only. Embroidered patches are available for some items located in the Machine Embroidery Applique Section in our store front.
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