Two samples are enough stitching for me. I wanted to see the difference between stitching on the right and wrong sides of the fabric.
The fabric came in a long roll, it was probably meant to be one of the towels you find in some public bathrooms and you pull down a new section each time you use it. But this resulted in my having to cut and join the piece to get enough width and then I found that it was a bit skimpy on the height. It was nice to stitch but there is quite a bit of stretch in the fabric and that join was a problem.
The sample stitched on the wrong side of the fabric had a longer stitch and you had to adjust the count to suit. When made up it sits a lot better but has a heavier look. I have used the brightest threads I could find in my stash for the stitching. Kids love bright colours.
It is really hard to buy Huck fabric today. If you can find it it costs a fortune. Oh for the days when it was one of the cheapest and easiest to find fabrics. Now we have to see how the kids like it.