Egad!! I am in LOVE!!!!
That does look like fun! Was that with your new machine?
Did you do that embroidary? Very cute!
Now that is something to crow about...Hey, is that Chef-Boy-ar-dee ???
I love those!
Aw, those are adorable! Is that Colonel Sanders with those chickens? LOL!!XOXO,CyndiP.S. I actually sewed something today, too. Will post it on my blog tomorrow!
I am truly amazed how quickly you picked up machine embroidery. These are so cute. Love them.The linens are wonderful. Curious where you found these "blanks". I tend to find boring blanks for ME and want to start using more interesting items to ME.SewCalGalwww.sewcalgal.blogspot.com
Love the cockerel. He looks very smart
Great fun too!
Wow how cute!!
Oh, those are so much fun....Is that hand-stitching below the embroidered motif? Really cute! Where did you get your plain towels? I'm always looking for a new/better source for those.... :)
Oooh -- that is fun! :)
Those are just toooo cute!!!
You are amazing with new and wonderful projects nearly every day.
I want to do machine embroidery.....!! These are so cute!!! I agree with you on the flannel in your previous post - if you don't prewash it, it will be crooked when it is washed, and it does pill and attract hair - BUT- it is perfect and soft for a baby - sooo... maybe the good outweighs the bad - the baby will be happy!!! It is adorable!!
Very cute. Embroidered by machine I suspect...I also agree on the flannel in your previous post.....learned by lesson 10000000.
Love both patterns - the chef is a doll and what's not to love about roosters! blessings, marlene
These are adorable! I love the colors and those stripes on the bottom. Did you add those with embroidery floss or were you lucky enough to find the towels with those already added?
Very cute, Barb.
What fun kitchen towels...you are amazing with the embroidery!
You are just the embroiderer now. How cute.
These are so adorable!!!! TFS~Terry~
Love the rooster-great job.
super cute Barb!
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