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08 October 2012

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Suzanne

That's a very fun project, Penny. The towels are almost too cute to use.

elsa

It would be fun to take a few signs from around town that are my favorite places to eat and embroider them on towels ~ what a great idea! I've never used Saral before but do have a few samples of them.
Thanks for the inspiration!

Beth

Looks fun and easy.

Amanda Rose

Wow I love embroidered tea towels!

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anna

oh I love that!!! way cool using a picture. :)

nicke

i love these penny! i saw them on instagram this weekend and i want to do the same to all of my kitchen towels now too! saral paper here i come! ;)

gina

so flattered to have my photo be part of this adorable project!

Carla

Great idea! BTW, I have those same exact vintage trays....they belonged to my MIL.

Thimbleanna

Those are adorable Penny. And what a great idea to use the saral paper!

Siobhan

Love the tea towels! I had no idea that there was transfer paper like that for embroidery--it seems much more user friendly than my 'tape design to window, try to hold fabric against window while tracing with a pen...' method. Thanks for the tip!

CItricSugar

These are so cute! Great idea.

nanette

Penny every thing you do is fantastic. These are darling.

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