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Thread: Fast Christmas gift to make - Kitchen hand towel for stove

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    Super Member d.rickman's Avatar
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    Fast Christmas gift to make - Kitchen hand towel for stove

    Name:  Kitchen Hand Towel for Stove with  min directions.jpg
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Size:  234.8 KBYou can make one of these in a few hours, minimum directions, notions, and fabric requirements on my hand drawn pattern. flower optional to place. Extra 8" of ribbon, if you want to place a bow on the top, where you can add your tag.
    on the front to show front vs back.

    Important to place on the fold for shoulders and front, and you
    will have to cut out two of the pattern pieces for each one you want to make. Leave the neck and waist open until you have inserted each half of the towel into the front and back sides.
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    ​Those would be great for a quick hostess gift for holiday parties that come up unexpectantly.

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    Thank you. Cute idea!

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    cute idea thaks for sharing!
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    Awe, how cute! I've seen these put on baby clothes hanger and hang from cabinet or drawer handle also, more like decoration than for use. They're just too pretty to mess up! LOL!
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    very cute, thank you for sharing
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    Quote Originally Posted by d.rickman View Post
    Name:  Kitchen Hand Towel for Stove with  min directions.jpg
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Size:  175.4 KBName:  P1010922  kitchen hand towel 1.JPG
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Size:  234.8 KBYou can make one of these in a few hours, minimum directions, notions, and fabric requirements on my hand drawn pattern. flower optional to place. Extra 8" of ribbon, if you want to place a bow on the top, where you can add your tag.
    on the front to show front vs back.

    Important to place on the fold for shoulders and front, and you
    will have to cut out two of the pattern pieces for each one you want to make. Leave the neck and waist open until you have inserted each half of the towel into the front and back sides.
    I have made several of these, well mine is just a little different but basically the same. I am posting a pic and will post more later. Joy
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    My Little Kitchen Towels.

    Here are a few more I have made, they do make great Christmas gifts and also you can sell them around this time of year. Thanks for looking, Joy
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    Life is SEW great!!!!!!

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    Thanks this is a really cute idea.
    I don't know how to do that.....YET!
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    My grandmother had a similar one of these when I was a kid! I haven't seen one since, thanks for the memories!

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    My DSIL made me one of these one year. She was into making stuff for craft shows at the time. It is kitten fabric top and matching kitten towel. So cute and still hanging on my stove, unused as it is too pretty to get dirty.

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    I just bought two of these at the Saturday Market in Portland Oregon with the plan to try to copy them. Thanks for the pattern!
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