I did my last blog on Kintsugi, I thought it would be a complete blog. However, here is Part 2, and I hope you are going to be pleased with it.
had planned to give the linear design as a 3 mm (1/8"), 4 mm (5/32") and 6 mm (15/64"). I ran out of time so, this time, not only will you get the 3 mm again but also the 4 mm and 6 mm and all three be in 4" (99mm) and 7" (17.78 cm) length.
I recently saw an ad for some lovely kitchen towels. Most of the embroidered kitchen towels will have a fruit/vegetable/floral or cute saying.
The chic towels I saw had stripes and I thought what a good idea to simply
use these freebie lines. My lines are digitized as FSL, but placing them on a fabric will work as well. For the stabilizer I would use Badgemaster because it will not only wash away, but it can handle heavy towels and lines. I would use that stabilizer for the top of the towel as well. Badgemaster is very flexible.
Here are the designs for you to use in so many different ways. For instance, you may want to put a frame around a design or just have some lines for decoration.
These towels would make a great Christmas
gift. You can, of course, use a white towel with green and red, or colors to match the recipient's kitchen. I will be doing coordinating towels to my new home's kitchen for sure.