Paisley Kitchen Towel

Ooooh, I feel like Spring is almost here!

Don’t you feel it?!

I love the warmer weather, the sunny days, the April showers, the May flowers, yard sale finds, flea market browsing, craft fair inspirations, oh the list goes onand on!

This fabric makes me think Spring!

This kitchen towel was super easy and super cheap to make!  I used a bar mop towel from the Dollar Tree and some leftover fabric from my Paisley Oven Mitt.  

For some crazy reason I didn’t take pictures of the process but…

All you do is cut about 6 inches of fabric.  Measure the width to fit the towel, leaving about 1/2 inch on each end for the hem.  Just hem each edge and the bottom of the fabric strip.  Then attach to the end of the towel.  I added the fabric embellishment to both ends of the towel.

That’s it!  Easy Peasy!!
Don’t you just LOVE this set!

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