Easily make your own personalized towels to keep or give using terry cloth towels and nearly any cotton fabric.
Stay simple and go with the single letter in black:
For some girly fun add bias strip ruffles and a typical 3 letter monogram:
Here I made a coordinating set, hand towel and washcloths:
A Pottery Barn Teen knock off that you can easily pull off yourself, I shared the full tutorial for these ruffled towels here:
This combination below was for a brother and sister who share the kids bathroom, same font and size but different color fabrics designating boy and girl:
How to personalize any terry cloth towel:
1. Print letter to fit towel. To save ink print letter outline only in draft format.
(Here I used Georgia font at 300 point.)
Also iron fusible med. weight interfacing to wrong side of cotton fabric:
2. Using a light box place print out right side down then place fabric on top of letter right side down.
Trace outline of letter directly onto interfacing:
3. Cut out letter and pin in place:
4. Sew in place with a tight zig zag stitch, keep your needle in the down position when rotating around curves and corners for a seamless look: