Towel and Pot Holder Kitchen Decor

New approach to a dish towel you hang over your oven door handle.

Approximate Time 15 minutes

Supplies:

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Potholder topped kitchen towel.

Instructions:

  1. Fold dish towel and find center.
  2. Take folded pot holder and find center.
  3. View of potholder opened out.

  4. Sew a straight line or hand stitch through both items.
  5. Attach button on pot holder and use existing loop from pot holder to clasp of button.

Makes a cute gift for relatives and friends.

By Carol from MA

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Here is a site which shows a towel very similar to the one that you made.

http://www.mycraftbook.com/PrintCraft.asp?craftID=120

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This item was popular a few years ago, so I made several and gave some away as gifts. They look great when you first make them, but they need to be washed, and the pot holder does not withstand many washes before it looks old and unuseable.

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The pot holders and dish cloths you can get for $1.00 and make them for all seasons. If they get too old looking you can take them apart and not display. Just you as old dish towel and pot holder.

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