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Mother Mary Tea Towel/ Guest Towel/ Display Towel

$15.95

Embroidered Tea Towel with an image of Our Blessed Mother.

Great gift. 100% cotton/ rayon embroidery thread

Description

Beautiful image of Our Blessed Mother stitched on a 100% cotton towel, 14″ x 24″. The thread is rayon embroidery thread.

As I embroider, I pray for the recipient of these towels.

Sewn in a Catholic, smoke-free home.

Enjoy it yourself or give as a gift for a Baptism, Communion, Confirmation, Thank you to Bridesmaids, Mother’s Day/ Father’s Day, Prayer Group, Pastor gift, an ‘I Care’ gift, etc.

Part of the proceeds from my shop go to Catholic Charities and Right-to-Life. Thank you for visiting my shop. Please come again, as more products are being added. Have a question, please don’t hesitate to email me. I offer a free towel for every 6 ordered at the same time – mix or match same price itms.

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Hi! I am a Catholic Grandmother, retired math teacher, and seamstress!

I first learned to sew from my Mom and my grandmother. Mom made many of my clothes. She would allow me to sit on the sewing chair, crowding her – I am sure! I could watch that needle pierce fabric for hours! After all, I was getting a new outfit!

When my grandmother would visit, she was always working on a gift of hand embroidery!

In high school and college, my entire wardrobe was hand-made. While in college, it was nothing for me to walk to the corner fabric store early in the week and have a new outfit for the following weekend activities. My roommates were amazed.

I continued sewing for my children, I especially enjoyed smocking and sewing french lace. I chuckle every time I remember the Principe at the preschool sending a note home asking that the children not be sent to school in their Sunday best. But, that was all my daughter owned – she loved wearing the pretty dresses.

Today I enjoy quilting as well as embroidery. And, I love our wonderful faith. Thank you for visiting – God Bless.

I would like to give a shout out to Chelsea Duplantis over at Bethlehem’s Baby for sharing Peter’s Square with me!