Wednesday, August 10, 2011
Do you follow the rules!?
Monogramming has been around, in one form or another, for quiet some time. In the late 1800s thru the early 1900s rules for the layout, of the three letter monogram, were created. The initials were laid out as such.
The initial on the left is the first name. On the right, the middle initial, and in the center, the initial for the last name.
Now, like most things that have been around a while, some of those rules are changing. In order to attempt to an idea on what those rules are now, www.EmbroideryArt.com conducted a focus group of monogrammers to find out how they believe it should be done today.
You can read the results of that focus group, and some thoughts from those that conducted the test, right here!
See if your beliefs match up with the majority!