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Thread: ???embroidery on tp

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    Quote Originally Posted by Krsy View Post
    Here's someone that embroiders on TP.

    http://laboneyard.com/catalog.php?category=16
    Too funny!

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    Thanks for splaining...and people laughed at me for embroidering caskets, seriously.

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    You have too much time on your hands!!!!
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    Well, now I think I have seen it all. Embroidery on TP? Really? It begs the question...why? (Don't answer, please. I really don't want to know.)
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    Wow, this is absolutely funny! A good plan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce blint View Post
    Yeah....I don't get it either....plus, wouldn't the thread clog the drain.....?
    You don't use it on your bottoms; its for decoration purposes only unless you tear off the embroidered sheets and use the rest. I like giving gifts that people can't go into a store and buy very easily or even displaying them in my house. It's different and I like that.
    Judy

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    My sister has a dog and a cat, so, I made some toilet paper designs for her. One has a cat sitting by some unrolled toilet paper and it says "I didn't do it" and another one where the cat says, "The dog did it". Then I have one where the dog is sitting by some unrolled tp and it says, "I didn't do it" and one that says, "The cat did it". I also have football, soccer, and some other ones. They are fun to do. I give them as gifts.

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    I have embroiderd on TP. I tore off 5 sheets and put soft cut away stabilizer on the back of the 3rd piece. Be careful of the design you pick as you don't want a dense embroidery. X-stitch works well. Stitch pattern, trim stablizer, and carefully put back around roll. Wrap with tulle and a ribbon. Here are my projects.
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    I love doing them. They sell great at craft shows.
    Hoop tearaway stabilizer. Spray with 505. Lay 1st sheet if tp centered over stabilizer. Do not use dense designs. Unroll a few sheets so the hoop can move w/o tearing the tp. When done. I cut the stabilizer to fit the emb. sheet, then roll it back up. I then wrap the roll in celophane paper. Saran Wrap colored paper works great. Please do try one.

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    Great house warming gifts!

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