Monday, July 30, 2012

Sherpa Kitchen Towels

While doing some online browsing thru Etsy one day, I can across some Sherpa that was on sale.  The seller was advertising it to be used for baby diapers.  That sounded absorbent to me, so I thought it would work well for kitchen towels.  I then got lucky and found some kitchen prints on sale too.  I bought the Sherpa in blue and yellow and kitchen prints in blue limes, groceries and pears.  I already had the apple prints.

This was an easy and fast project.  I cut my rectangles at 17" X 13" for the prints and I cut the Sherpa 1 inch wider in both directions....

I stitched them together, turned them, re-pinned and top stitched....

They turned out really cute.  Family members have already claimed the pears.

It's also really bugging me that in these pictures, I did not notice that the pears are printed in one direction only and I did not turn them to have them facing in the right direction for the picture!

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8 comments:

  1. What a great idea, and they are so pretty, too.

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  2. Your bright and cheerie towels really caught my eye at Quilt Story! Love the idea and might be tempted to "steal" it. I even have the lime fabric in my stash ;o))) Great job!

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  3. These are awesome. Are you using it for a hand towel, or to dry dishes?

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  4. Jeanette....I'm using them for both! Thanks for visiting my blog!

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  5. These are just too pretty to soil :)

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  6. I love this idea! I go through kitchen towels!!! These are just too cute to use!
    Please join us for TUTORIALS TIPS AND TIDBITS, my weekly linky party. Your project would be perfect to share! Linky goes live tonight (Wednesday) at 8:00 pm. Hope to see you there!

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  7. GORGEOUS selection of fabrics there!!!


    Thanks for linking to a Round Tuit!
    Hope you have a fabulous week!
    Jill @ Creating my way to Success
    http://www.jembellish.blogspot.com/

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  8. They are beautiful!!! I never thought to use sherpa in the kitchen.......you smarty!!
    I made face clothes with mine. If you want to take a peek....

    http://www.theblueberrymoon.com/2012/07/fluffs-for-faces.html

    Now I need to buy more sherpa:)
    Thanks for sharing!!

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