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« on: May 05, 2005 07:06:35 AM »

I got a vintage apron for my Niece for her birthday. She loves when things have her name on them. I wanted to embroider her name across the top of her apron and then maybe embroider little cupcakes and various things on it. My question is this, her name will be quite large and while I am worried how well I could make it look if I filled in the letters I am more concerned that it would snag on something. She is only 7 and always getting into stuff. Is there a really hardy stich I could use to fill in the letters or should I stencil the name in a color and then stitch the border of the name??? I'm not sure what would look best and any advice would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
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