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#1 drbrainfreeze

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    Posted 05 January 2009 - 02:27 PM

    So FI and I are trying to save a little money here on the towels for out OOT bag. We are not opposed to using the other sites listed here, but we are trying to avoid buying too many towels, or not giving someone one, or just spending $8+ on a beach towel.

    We found these at target. They are bath towels, but they would be perfect, and they are $4.99 each.

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    We called around to find out how much embroidery would be on each, and the one place we called was $10 per towel?!?!?!

    So we don't want to spend $10 per towel when we have already spend $5 per towel.

    Should we forego embroidery and just give the towels with a nice ribbon and tag around it? Or would it be better to order online with a monogram like some of the other girls have done?

    #2 Christinamaria22

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      Posted 05 January 2009 - 02:36 PM

      I am also looking for towels EVERYWHERE......... I keep searching online because you can geta good deal on towels somewhere but to embroide them is expensive...... So if anyone can point us to teh right direction....... I really cannot spend 10 dollars per towel......... I am still hunting for decent prices oot bags... found some at oriental trading a dozen for 9.99 but am scared of the quality!

      #3 Sapphire723

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        Posted 05 January 2009 - 02:47 PM

        Do you know anyone who has a really awesome sewing machine? My FMIL has one that you can put something in there and press a button and it'll embroider it all for you, I think. And I think you can load in a logo you've created.

        If you could find someone who has a machine like that, you could probably get away with only paying for thread and a batch of thank-you cookies.

        #4 drbrainfreeze

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          Posted 05 January 2009 - 03:06 PM

          I have a friend who's mom has a machine like that. We used it for a halloween costume. The lettering was really small.




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