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Thread: Bath Towels

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    Member Joyce R's Avatar
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    Does anyone make bath towels. If so so you need a serger?

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    Super Member QultingaddictUK's Avatar
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    I managed to get some huge Terry towelling sheets on special offer for my Sister, she goes thro' heaps n heaps of towels. After cutting them to size I bound them just like I do my quilts and then over sewed the binding with the stipple stitch that I have on my machine, a stepped zig-zag stitch would do as well.

    I noticed them on her washing line yesterday, still fine after 4 years of heavy wear and she loves the hooks I put on them :thumbup:

    So to your question, NO you don't need a Serger just a bit of ingenuity :lol:

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    I've used the serger and I've bound the terry cloth fabric. It depends on the thickness of the fabric. Sometimes terry cloth and be a royal pain.

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