Dec 29, 2013

Hanging Towel with added Flare

Easy Hanging Towel
With my sewing supplies in WI, while I was there I was determined to bring something back with me to Mexico  so I could sew,  (even though I know I have to hand sew.) I went through my sewing bin for all I need to make my Hanging Towel I don't have one on my stove here, I miss my towel not falling off when I'm cooking.






While digging I found a finished towel  that was already stamped.
My wonderful sister bought a stamp with my trademark.
Now I have the pattern, the towel (material), the fat-quarters, pins, needles, thread, scissors (forgot a thimble).  I'll heal.....





Hanging Towel with added Flare



Print off pattern, See below.
Select fabrics,
cut out the pattern pieces.
I cut both, the teapot and the tea cups for a later project.






I found this pattern during one of my mad Free Pattern online searches. The pattern is from  Free Patterns.  You have to join the site to get the free patterns.







Pin pattern pieces to Heat and Bond
Cut out pieces, 
Iron Heat and Bond to fabric,
make sure you place the rough side of fabric is down.







Place teapot pieces right side up on center of towel
cover with sheet of paper,
Iron onto towel.








Begin stitching around each piece fabric,
I used the basic whip stitch, small and tight.







After each piece is sewn to towel
I drew lines diagonally down the teapot
for added flare.






Using the running stitch, I stitched down each line.
I love it!
Now I'm going to make a matching pot holder with the tea cups.



Thanks for stopping by.

Happy Sewing!


Parties I'm Linking to - Sunday:  Clever Chicks
Monday: Create with Joy, Creative Corner Hop, Craft-O-Maniac, A Pinch of Joy, twelveOeight, Mod Vintage Life
Tuesday:  Funky Polka Dot Giraffe, Kathe with an E
Wednesday: Free Pretty Things, Handy Man, Crafty Woman, The Style Sisters, The NY Melrose Family
This Silly Girls Life, I Gotta Create, Live Laugh Rowe, Soda Pop Ave
Thursday:  Lambert's Lately, Katherine's Corner, Gingerly Made, Saving 4 Six, Rhinestone Beagle , A Hand Full of Everything, The Brambleberry Cottage, Posed Perfecion, Mairgold's Loft,
Saturday:  Lovely Crafty Home, Bowdabra Blog, Too Much Time , Sewlicious Home Decor, Sew Can She

Monday: Skip to My Lou, Sew Can Do
Tuesday:  A to Zebra Celebrations, Ladybug Blessings, Our Delightful Home, VMG206, My Uncommon Slice of Suburbia 
Wednesday:  Sew much ado, Adorned from Above, Ducks in a Row, The Life of Jennifer Dawnthe diy dreamer,  Savvy Southern Style
Thursday: A Delightsomel Life, Made in a Day, A Glimpse Inside,
Friday: Create.Craft.Love , Finding Fabulous, 504 Main, The Thrifty Groove, Rooted in Thyme, French Country Cottage, Best Blog Recipes, Love Bakes Good Cakes, Craft Dictator, Diana Rambles, 1840 Farm, A peek into my paradise, Serenity Now, Common Ground, My Repurposed Life

22 comments:

  1. Hi Connie! Oh boy these are so cute! I would definitely love some in my kitchen.. now to only haul out the sewing machine!
    Thanks for stopping by my blog!
    Beth @ The First Year Blog

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  2. Hi lovely lady.
    This is my first time on your Beautiful Blog loving all your great Idea's ! I know I will be back because I also love to sew. I am your 400 follower on your blog now, hoping you will come over and join my Tablescapes and comment. I am also hoping you and your family have a wonderful 2014 New Year.
    Diane

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  3. That's really cute! I love the way appliqué looks, but it's never turned out very well for me... Maybe I should give it another try!

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  4. This is cute and I think I will need to make some myself. I hate when they fall off the stove!
    Hugs, Lynnie

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  5. Such a clever idea and you always know where the towel is, nice tutorial.

    Thank you for sharing with the Clever Chicks Blog Hop! I hope you’ll join us again next week!

    Cheers,
    Kathy Shea Mormino
    The Chicken Chick
    http://www.The-Chicken-Chick.com

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  6. This is so cute. I love the kettle! Thank you for sharing and joining in the fun at the Thursday Favorite Things blog hop. I am leaving some hugs on your sweet blog

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  7. That tea towel is so adorable! Going to check out some of your other sewing posts. Stop by anytime. Theresa @DearCreatives

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  8. How cute! Just stopping by from the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop at Katherine's Corner - I know I'm a bit late getting around to visit, but we've been snowed in for four days and our furnace went out so it's been challenging to say the least ;o) Hope to connect with you again soon . . . . I'm your newest follower, so I hope you will stop by and follow back at www.mamaslittletreasures.com Thanks! Nina @ mamas*little*treasures

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  9. This is adorable! I love the pattern. Thanks for sharing it at Sewlicious Home Decor this week!

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  10. Hi Connie! Your towel is so sweet :) Thanks for stopping by and introducing yourself to me. I've just become your 403rd follower! Happy New Year, Diana

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  11. The tea pot is lovely. You must make pot holders!

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  12. Thank you, and I do plan on it. Only my fingers are raw from the hand sewing, I can't find a thimble in Cabo to save my life.....

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  13. I love that towel! I have wanted to make one of those for years now but just haven't found something that I liked... I have to put this back on my list of things to do.

    New GFC follower!

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  14. This towel is just so cute! Thanks for sharing with us at TTF!

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  15. that turned out adorable! thank you for sharing at TTF and I am featuring this post at TTG FB page on Tuesday! https://www.facebook.com/thethriftygroove

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  16. Your hanging towel is precious. I am so excited to have your tutorial so I can make myself one. My towels are ALWAYS falling off the towel rod onto the dirty floor. Your pattern will resolve that problem for me. Thanks so much. genie

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  17. Very cute idea -- thanks so much!

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  18. I love it, mine always slides off onto the floor and drives me nuts!

    Thanks for stopping by and following, I'm following back.

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  19. Thanks so much for sharing them with Wednesday's Adorned From Above Link Party.
    Have a great week.
    Debi and Charly @ Adorned From Above

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  20. Just adorable, and you did a beautiful job of hand sewing!

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  21. Looks wonderful, beautiful job hand sewing - I think we should do that more! I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,
    Kathy

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  22. Very cute, great idea :)
    Thanks for sharing your tutorial on Tutorial Thursdays Linky Party this month.
    I look forward to seeing you again in February's linky.
    x
    Natalie
    Marigolds' Loft

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