Handsome looking hen, great job
well done great job
Suzette, Very good work. Jy is 'n baie besige dame lyk dit vir my. Ek stuur vir jou 'n PM. All the best with all the nice stuff u are busy with.
Suzette, this is darling - the biggest reason that you would have to use the two layers of the WSS topping on this towel - is the weave in the towel - you might not have had to on another towel or because it was such a light towel and you used such a dark thread - perhaps. I bet once this is used and washed a couple times - you will not even notice one way or the other. This is really a cute design for a kitchen. *4U
Thank you Shirlene!
This is a beautiful work!
WOW! These are adorable! Thanks for sharing.
Love the colors you picked.
this is darling I like roosters they are always so pretty.
Oh Suzette you did a teriffic job I love your colors. *
I love the pattern! It turned out great!
This looks great, you did a marvelous job
Very nice. Beautiful work.
Another lovely Kitchen Towel Suzette, well done *4u
I love your chook and rooster tea towels. You have done a good job. Could you tell me where the designs came from. Thank you
I bought them from juliasdesigns.
thank you for replying
Well done Suzette. Jy is besig om n "pro" te word.
Very cute towel! *4U
Really cute rooster. I presume you used one layer of Avalon between the towel and the dark fabric, and the second between the dark and the light fabric to prevent cutting into the lower layer. I hardly ever you fray check when doing appliqué, but you can apply it along the tack down line, before cutting and embroidering the satin stitch. Especially useful if the material you use for the appliqués frays easily.
THANK YOU Mops for the tip!! I actually only used one layer of Avalon before I started the design. The "Dark fabric" you refer to, is actually thread and not fabric. The dotted piece is fabric.
Very "cute" - wonderful job!*
He's very cute.
Looks really nice.
Very Nice! You did a great job!