It has worked out great, thank you for showing us .
Wow! Looks great!
I love how we can be so creative, or inventive, when the need arises. I like your table covers and your quilting. I once used a simple flower/scrolls drawing on tissue paper, my daughter had drawn. I stitched it on navy satin, just enough for the top of an evening gown and a bag to match. If I can find a picture (and I don't forget) I will show you. I stitched it with iridescent thread on my regular machine before I got my first emb machine. Thanks for showing us this. I need to make one for a much larger table.
Thank you, toogie, for your nice comments! I look forward to seeing that lovely gown and bag with the using the drawn design - what a lovely keepsake to have!!
I added it here in Projects. I kept the photos, not the dress and bag.
Well done, a great save! Love Chris
A great result, love it!
This looks great.
Awesome work my friend :):)Carolyn
Thank you for your nice comment, my friend!
This is very nice. Well done.
You did well, they served their purpose . You still have themand they still look great. Kudos for you/Lillian
I made these mats 9 years ago and I do not remember where I got the,eat design but you can go to Google and do a search forPantograph patterns or continuous line quilt patterns and I am sure you be able to find some sites to get something you like
Clever idea for table top!!!That's the way I do mine...Was looking at the Book Last night..Great to have!!!
yup that's how I do mine too. Great coaster too~hugs~
I had forgotten the tissue paper techinque. I think I'll give it a try since I've started machine quilting. I love that little coaster too. Do you remember where you got the design from?
Thank you and I sent you a PM also.
That's a great idea. And so much quicker than hand quilting too.