Reusable Hanging Kitchen Towels


Reusable Hanging Kitchen Towels

Reusable Hanging Kitchen Towels
Reusable Hanging Kitchen Towels

After making these Reusable Hanging Kitchen Towels, you will never be able to use another store-bought dish cloth again. These zero-waste dish towels are easy to make and to use.

These towels are great for families with small children because you can hang them anywhere in your kitchen so they are easily accessible for kitchen spills.

This tutorial will teach you how to make towels that are cotton on one side and towel fabric on the other so you can use them for many cleaning purposes. The best part about these towels is that you can make them with any fun, colorful scraps you have lying around. 


Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine


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I remember when you could purchase terry towel material by the yard. When I saw this project idea I thought of that and wondered until I read the post, where will the "towel" material come from. This is a great project to use up some towels that are worn, but I would purchase new ones if I were planning to use these as dish towels. For spills and such, this is a great project idea.

You can still buy terrycloth by the yard.

I look at several of these patterns and think, "why didn't I think of that?" Well I didn't and I am so glad someone did. Paper towels are getting so expensive and this is a great idea. I am not working right now so I have to use the time wisely to put together projects such as this. It will pay off in the long run. I have plenty of cotton, just need the towel material but there is a great fabric store near me. Thank you for the pattern.

It is often we learn from others and until I saw this post I just did not think about making my own kitchen towels. The fact that I can hang these is an added bonus. This will be my next weekend project as I love to keep a clean towel in the kitchen.

Fabulous project idea. I seriously do not believe that there is a more useful project out there. And such a great way to use up scraps of fabric. These would be great in any kitchen even without kids. I know that I don't like wasting paper towels, and I prefer to use cloth. But I also prefer to change those towels often. Otherwise, they get, well, ew! Have these been made using other toweling fabric?

this is my first time joint project of the day..


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