Aunt Martha’s Toweling & Embroidery

Aunt Martha has such a fun and spunky collection on towels that we just had to make sure everyone knew about them! We love them for embroidery and have shared a few resources below to get you goin’ on your very own project. 
Vintage Stripe Dishtowels (Multi, Red, Green & Blue )
Made from a 100% plain-woven cotton with a 4-sided hem and a hanger loop sewn in the corner.  Stripes run along the long side of towel.  Perfect for hand or machine embroidery, silk-screening, or painting.  Will look great in any modern or retro kitchen!
Retro Box Stripe Dishtowels (Navy, Maroon, Black, Forest Green)
Made from a 100% plain-woven cotton with a 4-sided hem and hanger loop in the corner.  Towel measures 18×28 inches.  Wash in cold water; dry on low heat; some shrinkage will occur.
Perfect for hand or machine embroidery.  Looks great in any retro or modern kitchen.  Ideal for restaurant table settings too!

Solid Dye Kitchen Dish Towel (Avocado Green, Robin Egg Blue & Cherry Red)

Made from a 100% plain-woven cotton with a 4-sided hem and hanger loop in the corner.  Towel measures 18×28 inches.  Wash in cold water; dry on low heat; some shrinkage will occur.
Perfect for hand or machine embroidery.  Looks great in any retro or modern kitchen.  Ideal for restaurant table settings too!
Approx. Size:  28″ x 28″  AND  33″ x 38″ 
Made from a premium 130 thread count cotton fabric and hemmed on 4 sides with a hanger loop sewn in the corner.  Perfect for both machine and hand embroidery, silk screening, and painting.  Don’t waste your time stitching other towels that will fall apart!!  This is quite simply… THE BEST FLOUR SACK TOWEL EVER!!
These towels are perfect for Embroidering! 
This adorable pig is a design by Bird Brain Designs. 
The pattern is called, Animal Stackers Tea Towels-645
Aunt Martha’s also has a large collection of 
iron-on Embroidery Patterns to choose from…

And if you are looking to learn how to embroider or to kick up your embroidery skills a notch, 
these books are fantastic!  
Check out these books here… 

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3 comments on “Aunt Martha’s Toweling & Embroidery

  1. Alicia says:

    What’s your trick for hiding thread tails on the flour sack towels? Love the RETRO ones.

  2. WoolenSails says:

    I got some of the towels to try, but was wondering, if I do stitchery, how will the back side look? Do I need to use a fusible or something to cover the stitches on the back?

    Debbie

  3. Karen says:

    Is their an online source for these?

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