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Pic of the towels I embroidered..the ones I was asking how to

Posted by Tami_Ohio (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 17, 05 at 15:40

Here is a picture of the towels I was asked to do. The ones I was asking how to hoop. I think they came out really well. There is a band on them that has really tight stitches instead of loops and that is where I embroidered the initial on them so I wouldn't have to worry about the loops peeking thru later. It was just what the lady wanted! She was very pleased and I guess that is what counts!

Tami....thanks for all the advice.

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RE: Pic of the towels I embroidered..the ones I was asking how to

Very nice!

RE: Pic of the towels I embroidered..the ones I was asking how to

Tami, I know this is a late reponse but it may help you next time.. Whenever i do towels i DONT hoop them. I do hoop my backing then i spray with the tackey spray. I lay the towel down where i need it and put solvey on top if needed. Oh, i DO pin the towel to the backing or solvey so it cant move as i put my hoop in..... you can go to on the 2 Friends Stitchin' page. I did a set with horses and one with ducks on it. I get A LOT of order for them.

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