Sunday, April 19th, 2009 at
Kappa Alpha Theta Letters in sorority's colors and ready to iron-on. My friend Pat White makes Greek letters for every sorority. You can choose your fabric and letters exactly. The letters are inexpensive, too, and such high quality that your projects are bound to turn out well. If you can iron, you can make something great with these letters.
Use iron-on Greek letters to make:
1.personalized tote bags
2. sorority sweatshirts
3. Greek towels
4. Greek blankets
5. Sorority pillows
You are only limited by your imagination.
Choose for these fabrics:
These are not the only fabric choices for your Greek letters. Take a look at Pat's listings for more information. Write her a note through eBay messages if you don't see what you are looking for. She has tons of fabric and will probably be able to help you find what you need.
Wednesday, September 17th, 2008 at
Make a sorority letter tote with these easy to apply iron-on Greek letters available on eBay. You can find generic tote bags at Hobby Lobby or Michaels. Just iron on your sorority letters to make a unique gift for a sister or for yourself.
These letters come in different styles as shown above, but you also can choose the fabric that you want them to be made from. The letters are made to order...your choice of style and your choice of fabric.
Choose from these fabric swatches for your custom made Greek letters:
If you have an iron, you can make a sorority tote bag that represents your sorority with these iron on letters.
If you would prefer to have a custom made totebag, you can order one! Pat has made hundreds of sorority totes by custom order. Her feedback is 100 percent positive so no need to worry about the outcome.
Now you can design your own sorority tote! Your design will be unique and customized to your specifications. Appliqued fabric symbols/letters, embroidered symbols/letters, embroidered sorority names in script or block lettering (all colors available). Tote bag fabrics are available in a variety of colors. Read the rest of this entry