I like the kooks of these Carolyn. As seldom as I get into my sewing room, when I do, I opt for easy!
i would leave the neckline uncut, they look great as they are.
Well done. my friend!
Excellent choice of fabrics and colours, like them all Carolyn.
I love your little vintage style dresses! Really cute, and I don't think the neckline needs cut out at all. Great Job! Hugs and Flowers to all!
they look wonderful Carolyn
Carolyn, I like these especially the scalloped. I would go as the other cuties suggest, with the easiest/Lillian
Love these absolutely fabulous
These are really cute and fun towels! I sure wouldn't worry about the neck either. Love them!
Love them as you suggest!!!Looks Awesome not cut out!!!beautiful
They all look great, so I go with Mechille, take the easyst ore quickest one.
I love how they look like old fashion dresses......I think I may have had one or two of these many many year ago......great job!
Looking good Carolyn. I like them both ways, so the one that is the easiest is the one I'd go with.. LOL Mechille :)
ok thanks hugs
You have done a great job with these Carolyn. Like your idea, nice material and designs. Well done. Sandra.
Thanks Sandra hugs
Very nice and a clever idea. Have not made towel hangers for ages I just might try one like this
go ahead it is easy ***hugs
If you have the designs by cuties there was one from Piebaldbully 21st April 2010 Design 4564710 it is 3.35 X 3.70 and would work as a neck line.
Or I would just look to see if I have a Blank Circle the right size or one I could adjust and cut the centre out when completed.
Love what you have done as well.
thanks will check it out ****
nope don't got it:(:(
Does the whole dress go over the oven door handle and then snap at the lower part? I don't see any reason to cut the neck line either. The satin stitch is definition enough. Kay
only half goes over the snaps hold it there next i will show one open ok