My two new ITH Towel Hangers I digitized for another class I am doing...They are quilted with a layer of batting and Sew Fab Foam and have a "secret" hidden in the bottom of the holder so it is rigid and has no problem holding the towel...Love this type
I finally got around to finishing this project this morning, better late than never LOL. This is a freebie from Smart Needle that I've had floating around in my files for several years now. I don't know why I have never gotten around to stitching out
Padded hanger covers. I was so privileged to have attended a working session with Mariaan Basson form Artistic Designs over the past weekend. I have ended up buying a few design sets including the ITH padded hangers for adults. Have adjusted the patter
Baby hanger - My project for today. Bought a beautiful baby set and loved the little cover. I decided to replace the plastic hanger with a made one. - For today I am going to make a few hangers. The hanger with the piping is done ITH.
This is the towel hanger that noah/Carolyn shows, tried my hand at it and because I used huck toweling fabric made mine dual sided in same hanger. One is a freebie and the other is a purchase from stitch delight. Thank you for stopping by and looking. :)
This is what I was trying to figure out. It worked perfect. Now going to make the potholder to match and make this as a gift and also sell them at craft show in November. Thanks for looking. Hugs Joann
I've had some fun with this design. I started one this morning and as you can see there's quite a lot of stitches in it. Well about 3 colours from the end my machine decided to eat the design as the needle was going through a thick area. So I started
my grandson wanted a towel with a shark on it that he could hang up to dry in his locker after gym class sew this is what I came up with I took the hanger part from a tourquoie 210 design & added the shark from Sick, I think that I should have made the r