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Shamrock Trinity Clover Lip Balm Holder 4x4 and 5x7 DIGITAL DOWNLOAD embroidery file ITH In the Hoop Mar 2020

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Shamrock Trinity Clover Lip Balm Holder 4x4 and 5x7 DIGITAL DOWNLOAD embroidery file ITH In the Hoop Mar 2020
Shamrock Trinity Clover Lip Balm Holder 4x4 and 5x7 DIGITAL DOWNLOAD embroidery file ITH In the Hoop Mar 2020

This is a DIGITAL PRODUCT meaning you will not get anything shipped to you.  You must have an embroidery machine and be able to transfer files to it to use this product. Nothing will be mailed to you.

Story of the shamrock 


Shamrock, Seamóg or Seamair Óg, the Irish for a young clover can be found growing wild throughout Ireland. It is worn on the feast day of St. Patrick, 17th March, to represent a link with Saint Patrick, the Bishop who spread the Christian message in Ireland. It is said Saint Patrick used the three leaved Shamrock to explain the concept of the Holy Trinity, (the Father, Son and Holy Spirit), to the pagan Irish during the 5th Century. The tradition of wearing Shamrock on Saint Patrick’s Day can be traced back to the early 1700’s.  


When notified that my maternal Grandmother was nearing her last moments with us, this design came out as a work of love.  I wanted her to be happy and free from pain in heaven.  She always loved the color of her birthstone, Emeralds.  The clover and wood sorrell (we grow the type with pink flowers locally)are always a harbinger of spring which can be associated with new life or a fresh start.  Though, I might not have known all the inner workings of her heart, she had a love for others so deep.  There are many meanings intertwined in this design, and I hope it can represent something beautiful to you, too. 


Don't have dry lips. This Applique lip balm holder will help you keep your lip balm stick handy always. You can stitch the eyelet version in a 4x4 hoop or the snap tab version in a 5x7 hoop.   

1.75" wide 6.31 tall with snap tab open 3506 stitches

1.75"wide 4.31 tall eyelet 3414 stitches


Your file contains a step list, full color general book band tutorial with lots of pictures, and the file to create your own lip balm holders using a 4x4 or larger hoop on your embroidery machine. Your download is a zipped folder with the stitch file in formats DST, EXP, HUS, JEF, PES, VIP, VP3, XXX 

Don't forget to read your tutorial before beginning the project. The file included is a GENERAL book band tutorial and will have different pictures, but your project uses the same steps. 

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Thank you for purchasing designs from HBS.  You may use them for small commercial use such as selling online or at craft fairs.  Mass production over 500 pieces will require separate licensing.  All rights are reserved according to copyright laws.  This tutorial and the associated files may not be shared or sold without express written consent from Honey Bear Studio.  Thank you for respecting our intellectual property and supporting our business by not sharing, giving, or selling our files and tutorials.

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