by noah 13 Jan 2018

Can you stand one more Knock Down Design??I bought this today from Ubran Threads it is for your pants Pockets but i wanted to try it first****On a towel of course****** ***Thanks for LQQKING!!!Good -Night from Freezing Northern Ontario were it is -30f again Hugs Carolyn

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by basketkase 15 Jan 2018

Really pretty...

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noah by noah 17 Jan 2018

Thanks

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by aussiequilter 15 Jan 2018

cute

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noah by noah 17 Jan 2018

Thanks

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by lucy12345 15 Jan 2018

Well done

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noah by noah 15 Jan 2018

Thanks

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by lidiad 14 Jan 2018

Well done, Carolyn!
Hugs, Lidia

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noah by noah 15 Jan 2018

Hello how are you??hugs

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by katydid 14 Jan 2018

Great work as always.

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

Ahhhhhh thanks Katy

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by brendago 14 Jan 2018

Very Nice, Carolyn. Brenda#1

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

Ahhhhhhhh hello my friend nice to see u here!!!

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by worthy 14 Jan 2018

Looks fantastic. Great for a towel also. ;-)

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

Thanks for looking hugs

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by sonjapotgieter 14 Jan 2018

Stunning design!!!Gorgeous

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

Thanks and it is on sale to!!!!

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by stella1 14 Jan 2018

Its absolute very nice and beautiful Carolyn

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

Thanks Stella hugs

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by mops Moderator 14 Jan 2018

It looks great! The only way to use such a low density design on a towel is some form of embossing, knock-down stitches, or whatever a particular software calls it.

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

Thanks Mops and yes that is sew true hugs

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by pennifold 14 Jan 2018

It looks wonderful Carolyn, well done. Love Chris

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

thanks Chris hugs

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by liliana1 14 Jan 2018

WOW!! This is absolutely fabulous, love is

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

Thanks hugs

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by crafter2243 Moderator 13 Jan 2018

In the past I used Tull to get the result you have with the knockdown stitches. Does your machine create them? I noticed how it follows the outline well.

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killiecrankie by killiecrankie 14 Jan 2018

Do you mean tulle?I have never heard of Tull.

noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

yes sometimes i use old shear see through white curtains ***hugs

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by dragonflyer 13 Jan 2018

Ahhh...I think you have discovered the great benefit of knock down stitches....great job...

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

thanks Kim hugs

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by toogie 13 Jan 2018

Carolyn this is awesome, but you need to be doing blankets, instead of towels! Don't freeze!!!

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noah by noah 14 Jan 2018

got many of them lol hugs

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