Love the material you have used and the little rose finishes it off beautifully
Stunning job Angie, and the cross stitch rose sets it off so beautifully, love Chris
Nicely done, Angie...love your choice of fabric and the design is a real compliment to it...did you use a heat cutting tool on the poly mesh or ??? WSS is easier, I agree...
Yes I did use a heat cutting tool, but that made the edging a bit scratchy. Next one will be WSS. No chance of burning the satin stitch edging also
Thanks, Angie...I should probably take the no show mesh stabilizer option out of the instructions...I am learning that not all no show mesh stabilizers react the same to the heat cutting tool...some are poly and some are nylon...
It is beautiful. I love the fabric and the color choices. Wonderful job.
Lovely, both of you did well. Love your choice of color and the matching color of the rose to the fabric. Hugs
That looks great! Love the colour and the fabric. Well done you both.
This is beautiful love your fabric as well.
I would love to get this design. Would you tell me what it's called and where I would look to buy it please?
Sorry it is not for sale.
Ha, ha. Did you not see the jumps stitch I missed? Is done now.
Beauty is in the eye of the beholder. :)
Would love to have this towel holder design. Can you share where you got it?
It came from one of the members and is not always available.
It stitched out superbly! Love the fabric, x-stitch too
Where did you get the towelholder design? Is it for sale somewhere or is this your design? It's lovely. Avis
I am sorry, but this design is not for sale. It came from one of the members.
Very nice. Hugs