Can't help,but very keen to see your progress as I have always wanted to give this a try
Well done!!!They Gorgeous!!
I Got it Now!!!!!
Usually you remove the bobbin thread - and it helps to use a different colour for the bobbin thread so you don't remove the stitches that secures the fringe by mistake. Switching the bobbin may take a minute but having a totally different colour helps identifing the thread to cut fool proof.
The top fringe loops are not cut unless you want to have that wilder look.
Ok thanks I never did that I am going to try again in a few minutes hugs xx
Glad you got it right - it looks lovely.
Success!. Glad you worked it out
The right side looks the best. Sorry I haven't tried fringe work myself so wouldn't know where you have gone wrong.
Hoping someone will come along and explain it for all of us.
yes Mops helped by telling me to change the thread on the back that was what I was missing This is just a towel to put dirt on from the wood stove so it is ok now Thanks
Here are some excellent instructions on this site:
off to have a peek thanks
Now to go look on my hard drive for this one after i master the feather one lol
Sorry Carolyn, I can't help as I have never done fringe work, as I'm an anal person, I'd be picking the threads out lol!!!!
Good luck, personally I like the look on the right hand side of picture number 3. Love Chris
thanks me too:):)
I am not sure what it is supposed to look like. Generally when you want fringe on the front you cut the bobbin thread on the back. Of course the design has to be digitized for a fringe.
That's what o did on #1 and #2 left side