EMBROIDERY: Fun Projects with Pam Fall TOWEL HANGER
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EMBROIDERY: Fun Projects with Pam Fall TOWEL HANGER

Towel Hanger
You can use white thread in your bobbins until the last satin stitch sewing and then you will want to use the same color bobbin as the top thread.

There will be a very small amount of machine sewing at the end.



Non-stick needles, size 80

Dritz Turner

Tape such as Kimberbell or Floriani

Terial Magic or a good starch and a

small bowl to dip the fabric in

Candle lighter

Coordinating Cam Snaps for closures

Popsicle Stick – (wide is best)

Small iron

Teflon ironing press cloth

Sharp tipped double curved embroidery


3 empty bobbins

Machine capabilities:

8x8 hoop or larger

Embroidery foot

Sewing foot





Floriani Perfect Stick pressure-sensitive tearaway



      Main:  ¼ yard – used for the main part of Towel

Holder, the hanger tab and the

back of the towel holder.

Skin:  4” x 9”

Hat:   4”x 6” coordinated fabric

Flower: 3”x 6”

Leaves:  4”x 4”

Fusible Interfacing:  1/3 yard

Threads used:

Skin color – flesh, Floriani PF741

Cheeks – pink Floriani PF1902

Nose – orange, Floriani PF535

Eyes – black, Floriani PF900

Eyes – white, Floriani PF801

Leaves – green, Floriani PF200

Satin outline of flower – bright yellow, Floriani PF523

Inside Hat detail – dark brown, Floriani PF778

Hat satin border - orange sherbet

Inside the circle of flower – light orange, Floriani PF753

Hair – dark brown, Floriani PF778

The border around entire design – red, Floriani PF702


Prep Work:

Pour Terial Magic (or a good heavy duty starch) into a bowl and dip fabric, completely wetting each piece.  Smooth out and let dry for about 15 minutes (if you let it dry too long it will be very hard to get the wrinkles out). Use a protective cover over the fabric to protect your iron and press till wrinkle-free and dry using a cotton setting on your iron. If you have any Terial Magic left, you can pour it back into the bottle.


Iron fusible interfacing to each piece of the fabrics. This is an important step for 2 reasons, first and foremost, it will decrease the fraying of the fabric, and secondly, it makes your fabric nice and crisp, and is less subject to puckering.


With the machine set to “sewing”, we need to first make the hanger long tab.  Cut a piece of the “Main” fabric 8” x 3”.  Cut interfacing the same size.

Iron the interfacing onto the back of the main fabric.

With right sides together, fold this in half lengthwise and sew a ¼” seam allowance on the top and side.  Leave the bottom open for turning.  Once turned, press seam flat. Sew a top stitch around the sides and top.


These projects were created by Pamela Hess.  You may sell the projects you make using this design, but the design in it’s original digital format is not to be shared, sold or distributed in any way. I do not recommend that you convert the designs in other formats as this might lead to poor quality in the converted format.  Please obtain the required format directly from me.

Instructor: Pam Hess
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This class cannot be purchased online. Please contact the store for more information.