Very nice, and a good comanion to the carrier. I have the pattern, but just did not ever do it. Guess I need to now that I have seen them done. Well done.
Turned out really well.
lovely designs !!
very attractive holders thanx fir sharing Jo *4U
Very, very nice! I like the idea of using the bias tape for the edgings. Flower for sharing.
Very nice indeed love bird life and they look so real.
Very beautiful set! Flowers for it
Too pretty to mess up as pot holders!;)
They wash ;)
These are so pretty. What a wonderful job. Thanks for sharing.
Very beautiful and well made. *4U
They are very pretty. Love the birds.Flower for you
Very lovely! *4U
Forgive this question if it is silly, I am just getting into all of this. I have not done pot holders/stands before as I was afraid that the heat would melt the embroidery threads. Did you use cotton thread? Or are the others OK?
No questions are ever silly, that is how we all learn.
I've used poly and rayon threads on these, but the design is on the back side, not the side you hold the pot with. I used ironing board fabric lined with insulbrite and cotton batting for the side that you put to the heat. If you have a look at the projects at embroidery library I started there, but modified it a bit as my machine had a disagreement with me about stitching it out as an in-the-hoop item, probably because I tried to rezize it ;)
Thank you jasanne
Very nice to have matching mitts to the carrier.
I just hope they get worn out, not just looked at ;) When we sorted my husbands granmothers estate there was so many nice things packed in her linen cupboards that she had never used, while what she did use was worn out and tatty. I learnt a lesson from that :(
Wow, they are lovely.
Thankyou, I was happy how they turned out, probably happier with the caserole carrier though.