Here's what Kim had to say in her introduction - A Tutorial on creating a little dress of a kitchen towel that hangs nicely over your stove handle. This dressed up dish towel is double sided. It could even be made with two totally different sides. Imagine one side for Halloween the other side for Thanksgiving. One side for cupcakes, one side for ice cream! It can be embroidered using vintage transfers or embellished with collage or pictures printed onto fabric from your computer. It's decorative and functional- an easy to make project for a last minute gift.
This project requires less than a half a yard of fabric, one new dish towel, thread, 10-12 inches of lace or rick rack, buttons, or other embellishments like fabric yoyo's. You will also need about 1 1/2 - 2 yards of ribbon for the ties. Please go to my sidebar to find PDF Pattern to print.
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