They are lovely.
Love the trees! I think these look like they were a bit of stitching but well worth the time. These make a great set.
Well done...Looks Great!!!
Beautiful! They lookl great!
I love the look of these Suzanna, so lacy and pretty. Great colour, love Chris
Thanks, I like them very much too.
These are truly lovely and have a snowy feel to them. Well worth stitching them out...jump stitches and all!
Thank you, even with the jumps I think they turned out so nice.
Absolutely beautiful!!! Love them on the blue towels.....I be the design would look great on a deep purple too.
Thank you. Yes that would be beautiful.
Love it 4sure hugs
Thanks Carolyn! I love them too. Maybe I should keep?
Thank you very much!
You did a great job and very invented also, with just a little help you have it turning out great.
Thank you. I thought for a few days on how to fix the problem.
They both look great... It looks like the "missing" stitches are probably not really missing. The rib of the towel is horizontal and the stitch angle of the snow under the tree is also horizontal. My thought is that he gaps are in the "valley" of the ribbing so it appears like they are missing. As for the "pesky jumps"...well that is too bad...So many digitizers don't know how to path a design to eliminate them...a pet peeve of mine!
I think you may be partial right. The snow embroideries in two parts (top snow then bottom of snow) then they meet in the middle of the snow where the towel shows through. Now are we both confused? Yes I agree on the jumps! Merry Christmas and thank you for all the helps you have given to Cuties, Suzanna
Gaps like that are common when embroidery elements stitch from the top and then bottom and meet...It is easily fixed when digitizing if you move the start/stop points to stitch from top to bottom or bottom to top...or if that is not feasible, an overlap where they meet to compensate for the push/pull effect...
Thank you for the information. I have been watching some videos on digitizing. I have the software and I need to learn how to use it. You are the best!