November 10, 2011

Tie-on Holiday Dishtowel - mndy.made

Hi! I am Mandy and I am from over at mndy.made! I recently started blogging a few months ago and I LOVE it! I love to create things and I enjoy sharing with my readers. In my blog you will find tutorials, pictures and some freebies!  I love my family and they keep me SUPER busy, but I always seem to find time to create new things! Thanks so much to Mandy here at Sugar Bee Crafts for letting me be a guest on her wonderful blog! Sugar Bee Crafts was one of the first Blogs I started following and I feel honored to be here! So I hope you enjoy my tutorial! 
Now for what you came here for! :)
What you will need:
Dish Towel
Christmas Fabric
Ribbon
Take your fabric and cut 2 strips (my dish towel was 10.5 in. wide so I cut my strips 11.5 x 3in.)
Then I finished the edges with my serger and ironed them under, and I sewed down the smaller edges.
Next pin the strips where you want them (I wanted mine towards the bottom), so I lined them up and pinned both sides.
Now sew the long edges down to the dish towel, make sure to back stitch so that it stays (with the ribbon there will be a lot of tugging there).
Take the ribbon and guide it through the slots (I used 2 pieces of ribbon so that I could have a bow on each side), and tie it on your oven!
 And you're done!
Thanks again to Mandy for letting be be a guest here on her wonderful blog!
If you like this, there's more over at mndy.made! Hope you come by and stay a while! Maybe you could check out my Rose Ring tutorial, my Ruffle Shirt tutorial, or my Scissors Tutorial!

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About Author:

Mandy is a craft blogger who loves to blog and enjoys all things crafty, sewing, and DIY - she feels that if she can do something, you can too, and provides tutorials to help you along the way. She loves being a mom to 4 awesome kiddos and blogs from the Kansas City Area. Follow her on Facebook or Twitter or Google +

4 Fabulous Comments:

I wish I could sew....and this is so cute. I'm envious of those who can sew. Something I wish I had learned when I was young.

Really cute! I love the fabric you chose :)

thanks for your tutorial!!! Really cute!

So fun to have those special things at Christmastime! Nice job! Each year my cousin sends me pretty towels like that to use in my kitchen.

I hope you'll hop on over to Cranberry Morning this morning and take my scent survey: Woodsy, Floral, Fruity, Herbal, Spicy - which do YOU like best? :-)

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