Vogart® Hand Stitch Iron-on Embroidery Transfer Pattern
#262 Honeymoon Kittens
A classic tale of courtship, love and marriage! These cute towels will make great gifts for bridal showers, wedding gifts, moms, grandmothers, house warming, or for yourself!
You will love embroidering and showing off these amusing kitchen towels and pot holders, or making them for delightful shower gifts any bride will treasure! They make dish drying almost fun and add color to the smartest modern kitchens. Use them on aprons too! SUGGESTED MATERIALS: Cotton kitchen towels come with vintage striped borders or in plain flour sack squares. Choose one to blend with your color scheme. Aprons and pot holders can be a solid color cotton, or made of the toweling, adding gay apron strings and pockets. COLORS: The brighter the colors the better! A delightful suggestion is shown on the cover artwork, or you may enjoy working out your own tasteful combinations to match your room color scheme. Take the guesswork out of color choices and finish with floss from our DMC® Essential Dozen Colors floss collection.
Included are 7 different designs (approx. 7 inches tall) for towels + 1 toaster cover design.
Pattern is printed with a single-color heat transfer ink on a GIANT 18x28 inch sheet of paper. Transfer with your iron, stitch, and enjoy!
Decorate quilt blocks, towels, grocery bags, produce bags, napkins, aprons, toaster covers, bibs, pillows, bedroom linens, needlepoint canvas, tablecloths, fabric, and more.
DIRECTIONS FOR PERFECT STAMPING Cut out the selected motif and remove any wording or numerals. Smooth the fabric before pinning the transfer securely face downwards on to the fabric. Use a HOT iron. It is advisable to test the heat of the iron first by using the “sample test” on a scrap of fabric similar to that being used for the article. If a clear impression is not obtained within three seconds, the iron is not hot enough. When transferring the actual design, do not glide the iron over the transfer, but lift and press slightly for three seconds, taking care not to crease or move the paper in any way. Care must be taken not to apply the iron any longer than instructed, otherwise the fabric may be scorched.