Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Crafty Project - Grain Sack Kitchen Towels - DIY Free Tutorial From Karen Watson of The Graphics Fairy Blog

My sister-in-law would just love this idea from Karen Watson.  She has a wonderful tutorial on her The Graphics Fairy blog showing you how to make grain sack kitchen towels or placemats.  Maybe I might make them for my sister-in-law as a gift. 



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Here's what Karen had to say about her craft project tutorial:  This weeks project was inspired by antique European grain sacks! These are so all the rage right now, but quite pricey for the real deal, I thought it would be fun to create a project that simulated the motif, and then use it on some kitchen towels. I also made some matching placemats as well.

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Copyright © 2010 - All Rights Reserved - Karen Watson. Karen is the owner of The Graphics Fairy and Fleurish a brick and mortar store located in Leesburg, Virginia that specializes in well priced vintage furniture, stylish lamps, Italian paper products, and French glassware.

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