I like them, too. Sort of a "shabby chic" look that is so popular now.
Hope someone else will like well enough to buy.
I like the way it looks! Simply beautiful. It looks like you took an ink quill and wrote a message to someone you love.
Perhaps, I will stitch again on a kit towel as I liked the design.
Nice job I did the same design and I put a piece of Tulle the color of the towel on top before I sew it out. Then when it is don I trim it around the outside of the design. Works great keeps the knap down and you can n no see it..
Do you use the Tulle and then put Solvy on top?
Yes I use tulle and then solvy on top they come out perfect!
I like them just as they are. Love the design.
Kay I have tried using 2 layers of solvey on top and it helped. This is still vvery nice / Lillian
I must try this. Thanks
Beautiful design!!!Great work!!!Gorgeous!!
Sometimes i go over a design 2xs works for me!!!
Perhaps , I should have done this.
I like it just as it is! Adding extra topping may help, but I find that doing a design that has fine lines in it always seem to sink into the towel, and I don't consider that a "bad" thing! It was clever to put your name on the band too!
I started signing my work a number of years ago and found the shops that I stitch for prefer it .
I think adding your name gives the towel a "higher status" once it has a "brand" attached to it.
The fact that the stitches sank into the fabric gives it a soft look.
You are kind. Love you!
I agree knock down stitches would have helped, at the same time I like the effect, it resembles that "grunge" look that so many like!
Very nice...you might want to add knock down stitiches or stitch over bridal tulle the same color as your towels to hold down the deep pile of the towels...
They look great and are still legible Kay, maybe try 2 layers of WSS next time. Love Chris
I still like it ,quite unique.