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Ruffled Hanging Dish Towel

By: Heather Small Fry & Co
Updated September 12, 2018
This image courtesy of smallfryandco.blogspot.com

The Ruffled Hanging Dish Towel is the perfect accessory for your home during the winter season. Learn how to make towels that not only hang from your stove handle conveniently, but that evoke a sense of warmth in your kitchen. This hanging dish towel tutorial will teach you the ins and outs of adding tiered ruffles, a fastener, and button onto a much-used DIY kitchen accessory. Create this soon-to-be classic for your home and those of your friends and families for the season.

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What! These Ruffled Hanging Dish towels are a great addition to any kitchen and prettyeasy to make with ready made potholder and flour sack towels. I love that they are so easy and fast to make so you can make soe for any Holiday or how about a house warming gift or hostess gift and I hate to sew buttonholes so this is a great idea to use the tab that comes on the potholder to just put button through. I love this easy tutorial. A big Thank You for this one.

Attaching a ready-made potholder to the top of the gathered tea towel or flour sack towel is a very creative idea. Saves a bit of time in assembling the hanging towel which is great to have in the kitchen. I like the ruffles and they seem easy to do, especially when the ruffled edges are just surged.

I made some of these hanging dish towels (without the ruffles) for our boat..they are great for wiping hands...you hook them on to the seat or steering wheel. You never have to search for anything to wipe your hands with. We have a wet one on both our seats as well, one for wiping our hands and one for drying them...my husband loves them!!!

Made some (without the ruffles) for our boat..they are great for wiping hands...you hook them on to the seat or steering wheel and you're never searching for anything to wipe your hands with...my husband loves them!!!

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