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Thread: ♥ Kitchen Hanging Towels Tutorial

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    ♥ Kitchen Hanging Towels Tutorial

    what a cute way to make a hanging towel for your kitchen and would make great gifts

    also you can applique, embroider on the top, have fun and enjoy the free pattern tutorial

    http://www.momtastic.com/diy/172615-...ging-dishtowel
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    Thanks. I'm always looking for extra cute towel topper tutorials. This one is so sweet.

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    Thanks!
    would make great gifts
    In my quilt lab!

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    Another good find Crafty, thanks.

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    Thank you so very much for the link, I love the way the towels are done and they look easy. I have bookmarked the link as I plan on doing some as Christmas gifts.
    Happy Quilting
    Judy in Lower Michigan

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    That's the cutest I've seen in a long time. Thank's.
    Linda

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    Cute idea....we're always looking for a crafty project for our craft bazaar at church in November. Thanks a Bunch!
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    So cute, thanks for sharing!
    If a woman's work is never done....why start?

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    These are sew cute, thank you craftybear
    Mary

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    I love these towels. I use them in bathrooms as much as the kitchen. I am keeping the topper pattern for later since I found several at a yard sale for 75 cents each last week. I can't make them for that and my time too.

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    Those look like they would work up really quickly.
    Betty-WV

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    Thanks for posting. I usually buy the knit top towels at craft fairs, but I would love to try to make these fabric topped ones.
    Anita

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    Love the tutorial. Very clear instructions and looks like a very ez project. Thanks so much for sharing.
    Bernice
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