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    the one change I made on Ginny's was to use a plate to cut a curve so the towel lies against your neck better. Glad you like it Ginny. I didn't know if you were a gnome person or not.
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    This is probably cost prohibitive but it is easy with everything sent to you each month. I joined and will receive my first kit in January.
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    This store has lots of toweling fabric by the yard. I've never made towels but I shop here frequently and it's a great shop! They seem to have a nice selection, and it's Moda.

    https://millersdrygoods.com/collections/specialty

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    They have a lot of selections Cokie. Quite pretty and some seem reasonable for this type of thing.

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    Was watching my DH BBQ and had a flash. He needs a boa with a heavy-duty potholder, maybe denim?, on one end and a towel on the other. Something manly of course.
    ATTITUDE IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN ORDEAL AND AN ADVENTURE

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