Cute Kitchen Towels That Won’t Fall Down

With little ones around, it seems that our kitchen towels are always on the floor. So when I saw THIS TUTORIAL from Pin.Sew.Press, I fell in love. What a cute solution! I made these as a gift, but I definitely need some for my kitchen next!

I got my towels from WalMart. They are really soft. A two-pack was about $3.50. The only other supplies needed are two yards of ribbon per towel and two strips of fabric about 3 inches tall and the width of the towel. Yay for no more towels puddled on the floor below the oven!

Hmm… I may need to do this in the bathroom too…

6 COMMENTS

  1. Just found your blog. I love it! I'm very new to sewing and crafting and such. I just learned how to sew this past summer. I love this idea for no towels on the floor, but I don't understand it. How did you make this towel? I have an 18-month-old, but even before she came along we couldn't keep the towels on the stove! 🙂

    • The link is at the very beginning of this post:

      "With little ones around, it seems that our kitchen towels are always on the floor. So when I saw this tutorial from Pin.Sew.Press, I fell in love."

      If you click on the words "THIS TUTORIAL" it will take you to the tutorial I used.

  2. I have made this countless times for myself and gifts and they are always a huge hit. I skip the additional fabric on the bottom, even though it's cute that way. Looks like you did too. 🙂 I get the bar mops from Target and they work well too.

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