No Sew Easter Kitchen Towel
I have become obsessed with making festive holiday themed kitchen towels! Recently, I made a Valentine’s Day kitchen towel and a St. Patrick’s Day kitchen towel, so I thought I’d keep it up and make a No Sew Easter Kitchen Towel too! I went back to Jo-Ann Fabrics to see if I could find some patterns I like to make my own. I made a few changes since the last time. Here is how I made it.
- Plain kitchen towels
- Fabric of choice
- Permanent Fabric tape
- Ironing board
- Spray Starch
I found two pastel patterns that I really liked and thought looked nice together for Easter and Spring time. The fabric quarters were again great for this project.
I also had these kitchen towels from the other kitchen towels I made. I washed them in the washing machine and dried them before I started.
I cut out my fabric in strips. They don’t have to be perfect as far as width goes. That’s the beauty of making your own! I also ironed them to make it easier to align them on my towel. I used spray starch as well.
Next I cut the permanent fabric tape and aligned it onto the towel. It was a little tasking to remove the peel off sticker, but it all worked out. I found this way to be much easier than using the fusible web. It seems to stick better too and is also much quicker! Here’s the AFTER!
This would make a great hostess gift. You can make them in so many different patterns and colors to fit any style or holiday.
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