Really nice to see cutie designs stitched out. This is very pretty.
Thanks. Yes cute designs stitch out beautifully.
Lovely work. These make great little appreciated gifts/LILLIAN
Looks very nice.
Do you "open " design and close again afterwards, or do you sew with same color thread and bobbin ?
Thank you. I used black in the bobbin for this design.
It looks super. Love Chris
Very nice. Hugs
I love very very very much.
Potholder looks great. Thank you for sharing, Happy Stitching
It is so Beautiful...Well done
Those roses really stitched out nicely! Good idea to keep the pot holders around for a quick gift.
Thanks. Yes, potholders make great quick gifts.
Very pretty. Seems a lot of posts lately are kitchen related. Maybe someone is trying to give me a hint, lol. I agree with sjbrower that having beautiful accessories in the kitchen helps make the chore a little more tolerable. The red and black really set each other off nicely too.
Thank you. Yes, he smallest change in a kitchen can make everything feel new, and towels and potholders are easy to stitch.
I can see wanting to keep it. As it is lovely.
Thank you! yes, I just can't part with this one.
Looks lovely i see why you want to keep it hugs
Beautiful! I hate to cook, so having a beautiful potholder brightens up that chore. This is very pretty.
It is always nice to do something for ourselves.....this is beautiful and i love the dramatic look of red & green against the black.....
Thank you. Yes, we need to take care of ourselves too once in awhile. :-)
really pretty roses & I can see why youw ould like it for yourself!~hugs~
Fancy. I like it.
Very pretty...do you cover the back with anything or use the same colors in the bobbin...or just stitch through the potholders?
Glad that I scroll and read all the comments because this is exactly what I wanted to know too.
I have just posted the same question
Thank you. I stitch right through the potholder using black bobbin thread. I used a basting stitch on stabilizer prior to embroidering instead of fitting it in the frame. When finished, I cover the back with a piece of heavy duty felt that is widely available where I live. Then when I have to use it, I only use the felt side, trying to preserve the embroidery.