by basketkase 14d ago

This is what I will be busy with for the next few days....I have 50 of them to least I have a bunch of colors and the owner is letting me pick the thread.....I used the knockdown technique so I wouldn't have to use wss....


by pennifold 12d ago

They look great. Sorry to be ignorant on this Vicki, but do you just sew ordinary sewing stitches roughly in the shape you are to sew or do you digitise the specific area where the design will eventually be? Love Chris

by sonjapotgieter 12d ago


by dailylaundry 13d ago

These look wonderful - so professional!

by sdrise 13d ago

Wonderful job!! looks fantastic as usual!

by airyfairy 13d ago

These look fantastic and you have done the knock down stitches beautifully. The only time I had a real success was on a whiite towel. I never have the exact colour when I want to use KD stitches. I also think that I make the KD stitches too big an area.
Great job Vicki.

by blueeyedblonde 13d ago

Looks good!

by shirley124 13d ago

They look great. Hugs

by lucy12345 13d ago

Well done

by kustomkuddle 13d ago

Wonderful job! I have never tried knockdown stitches. Sure beats having to either pick out the wss or rinsing it out!

noah by noah 13d ago

My very thoughts

basketkase by basketkase 13d ago

Sure does and saves money!

by giddygoat 14d ago

Pardon my ignorance but what is the knockdown technique?

basketkase by basketkase 13d ago

You lay down a light underlayment matching the fabric by out lining the design you are stitching.....this keeps pokies from sticking through the stitches and you probably don't need to use wss…..

giddygoat by giddygoat 13d ago


by dragonflyer 14d ago

Great the knockdown stitching for items like this and fuzzy ones too!

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basketkase by basketkase 14d ago

Isn't it great.....thank heavens I have colors of thread that match the hat....these are those sweater fabric hats and the stitches would have disappeared in it.....