they look so beautiful and professionally done!
Lovely! What size font did you use? I can never decide what size to use.
The overall size of the 3 letters are 3.27 high x 3.78 wide.
Toogie, I like the monogram better on the T-shirts, also. It was just the fad on the pocket that I hope is over now. The girls were even buying the shirts from the boys and men's departments to get the pockets. My granddaughters have not been into monograms lately as they are wearing each others clothes. I just go with the tide. Kay
Thanks Kay, so far I make what I like, unless their moms say different. They are too young to care although Nora knows when her dad is putting her something on that doesn't match-lol-I like them on the tees too and also down by the hem.
Magnificent job Toogie!/Lillian
Thank you Lillian- The 10 year old g-son came after school today. He picked a design he wants for his.
great work Miss Toggie girl****
Thank you mamn!
They look real good, I doing some logo's for my son and his cousin, the shirts are kind of a silk jersey the are had to work on since the logo is dense and shirt are thin not a good combo.
Good luck with the combo and do let us know how they come out, what you did, used, etc.
These look great. I like these on the shirt and not a pocket, I'll have to make me some.
Yes I like these better too. I don't like the pocket either and I found it was too large.
Great job Toogie, they look really professional. Love Chris
Thanks Chris, for the nice compliment.
Love the T-Shirts. Can you tell me what Stabilizer you used please?
Yes, I used cut-a-way stabilizer from Walmart. Thanks-Toogie
Thanks for replying.
Fantastic job done!!!Beautiful
Great job placing those letters in just the right place. I seem to always get mine crooked. You'll have a nice assortment of tshirts in your closet!
I will be making for different people all of whom are family.....Fold your shirt in half by placing the sleeve together, then mark a line down the center front. Then I use this straight line to go by, to keep my other + lines running straight. I hope you understand what I mean.