CREATIVE MACHINE EMBROIDERY

towels of terror

Spider Web Towel

Use glow-in-the-dark thread to create a fun FSL spider web towel, complete with a creepy spider hanging from the web.

MATERIALS

Supplies listed are enough to make one spider web towel.

+ 20"×28" hand towel

+ 8" length of 1/8"-wide ribbon

+ Fabric-like water-soluble stabilizer

+ Liquid fabric stabilizer

+ Thread: embroidery, glow-in-the-dark, water-soluble & white bobbin (See “Sources.”)

+ Small, sharp scissors

+ Glue gun & glue sticks

+ Small, black plastic spider

+ FSL spider web design (approximately 4.93"×5.30"; see “Designs.”)

EMBROIDER

• Press the towel flat. Apply

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