I am back with another embroidery project. I used my Ricoma EM1010 embroidery machine to create personalized towels for the guest bath.
Now, I am not sure why Wrigley always has to get his nose into things, but he does. Every single time I take a photo in this particular spot, here he comes.
So, why do I feel the need to add names to the guest bath towels? Is it just my house, or do your kids feel the need to get a new towel for every day that they are at your house? I get it, they don’t know which towel belongs to who by the next day, so they get a fresh towel.
However, since I have added their names to the towels they are able to use their towels more than once. It worked! Simple solution. I used my multi-needle machine to create the large names, but you can use a single needle embroidery machine like the one I have to create a similar design. I’ve listed the step by step tutorial that I used for this set below. Keep scrolling to see my embroidery on towels tutorials with a single needle machine.
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Single Needle Tutorial with Applique
Single Needle with Embroidery:
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2 thoughts on “How to add Embroidery to a Towel”
Awesome Lori! Thank you!
Thank u so much for your tutorial. I have wanted to embroider/applique but was intimidated as I am a beginner. You do a WONDERFUL job explaining the steps and thank u also for your helpful hints☺