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    Senior Member Caroltee's Avatar
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    I use sticky back stabilizer and put it on the back side of my hoop… Take the bottom part of your emb. Hoop and place it on your stabilizer trace around it with a pencil cut it just a little wider than your tracing line. After you have marked where your design will be placed lay your
    towel in the hoop and center it then make sure it sticks down after I have done this I take apiece of the water soluiable stabilizer and cut it to fit the area that am embroidering and spray a little 505 or machine bast or pin around to hold it in place.. U needs the top clear stibalizer because of the loops in the terry cloth

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    OOps I think # 9 and 10 are out of order but I think U get the picture. Sorry I have never done a tutorial before and am not a very good teacher but that’s how I have tough my self to do towels

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    thank you for the tutorial

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    Good Tute. You did a great job explaining.

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    Very nice tute, good pictures.

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    Very nice!

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    Wow, that is a great tute. Thanks

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    thanks good info.

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    Your tute is great and thanks so much...I usually don't do towels as I was not sure of the process but now I am thanks to you!!

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    How do you get the sticky off the back of the towel?

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