Gotta try these when i can hugs
Yes, you do!!!
Wonderful job and Lovely outcome.
Thanks Kay, I read your other comment in my other post, that explains a Kitchen Boa.
Very nicely done. You are quite clever!
No, not me,-lol- but when I see something this easy, I can figure it out. Thanks!
Thanks Faye, glad to hear your thought on this.
You always seem to get so much done, maybe I don't use my time wisely.
They look great, and will make a nice gift.
Oh, yes my dear, you far outshine me, with things you get done.
I sure like my gift of this, the black towel on the other post. I said before, when I find some thing unique I always want to share with Cuties. I like being surprised with a post of something different myself, or others, can make too.
My daughter scolded me, because I guess I try too hard to think, of something 'different' for the SS this year. It was my first year to participate. By the time I did decide, I was afraid it may not have time to arrive. However, it did arrive WAY before dragonflyer received hers!-lol
Great gifts. You have been busy. Hugs
Thanks Shirley, busy and sick. Hopefully, on the mend now.
Nice job Toogie. I'm sure everyone is going to want one on the trip.
Oh I hope not! I don't want to make that many!-lol-Thanks
Great project done!!!Well done...Beautiful!!
Thank you Sonja!
These look great. Very well done
Thank you very much!
These made me laugh! They are terrific! Great play on words. I'm not quite sure what the difference between a towel and a boa is. I've never heard that term used before. I liked how you got such a perfect stitchout on those green ones too. Did you use a topper on them?
Oh, I didn't scroll down far enough. Now I know what a boa is.
Yes, I used a Water soluble stabilizer. I, glad you got to laugh. Everyone needs humor and sometimes in the kitchen.
Thanks for the info!