Give basic kitchen towels a one-of-a-kind look with monogram clip art.
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Read step by step instructions after the video.

Resources: Iron-on transfer paper is available from and most office-supply and crafts stores.


What you need


How to do it

Part 1

Step 1

Download the template for your chosen letter, and print onto iron-on transfer paper. Note: Letters print in reverse, which is needed for most types of iron-on transfer papers. Check the manufacturer's instructions for the specific type of transfer paper you are using. Letter may be printed as a mirror image if it needs to be right-facing

Step 2

Using scissors or a craft knife, cut loosely around the designs, leaving a 1/8-inch border.

Step 3

Lay an ironed pillowcase on a table or other hard, heat-resistant surface (not an ironing board, which has too much padding).

Step 4

Place an ironed tea towel on pillowcase. Arrange cut out designs face down on tea towel, avoiding seams. Iron letter onto tea towel. Let cool completely, and remove paper backing.


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