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Joined: Sat, May 3 2008
Posts: 3

I would recommend using a water soulable stabalizer on the top and bottom of the embroidery. It gives it a cleaner look and helps hold down the pile on the towels and washes away clean

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Joined: Mon, Feb 25 2008
Posts: 1

I have done some embroidery on towels. You should always practice, so buy some cheap towels or use your old raggedy ones. Stabilize wirh teraway on the bottom and a water soluble on the top. I don't think the size of the font will make a differnce. Good Luck!

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Joined: Fri, Feb 22 2008
Posts: 1

I'm fairly new at this, and am reluctant to ruin some new towels. What is the best size font to use when monograming a bath towel, hand towel and washcloth? I'm hoping someone can come to my rescue!!!

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