Added Jul 27, 2013
Miami, Florida, ...
The project that I used my monogram for what a tote bag. I wasn't worried about my monogram holding up against too much wear and tear since it is unlikely that my tote will be getting thrown in the washer or ripped and pulled at by little children's fingers. If I used my monogram on a different protect I might opt for a different method of attachment but for this project I carefully pinned each letter to the center of the tote bag. If you are unsure of spacing between letters you can use your fabric remanence to make sure you find that perfect fit. I used a zig zag stitch to attach my letters to the tote.
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