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Triple Border Dish Towels


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Here's another free, easy sewing pattern for the kitchen. Make these triple border dish towels to add character and style to your kitchen. With three major colorways in one kitchen accessory, these dish towels will grab anyone's attention, including your own. After choosing the body for your dish towels, settle on two prints that you'd love to see side by side. Never lose track of where these helpful towels are with the triple border. The design is eye-catching and adorable, making it not only a useful project, but a gorgeous one.

Triple Border Dish Towels
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Project Type: Make a Project

Time to complete: Under an hour

Sewn by: Machine


Check out 24 Patterns to Make Dish Towels for more ideas.

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Great idea, could even embroidery on the band first, making it much easier. Would it be possible to make the printable more printer friendly? 11 pages is a bit much, with most of it open space. The diagrams could be much smaller and more on one page. Save a tree.

Great article. Thanks. I have been making my own dish towels for years now and because it is so economical to do so, I am making them for the rest of my family also. I use a cotton/polyester blend muslin (when it is on sale of course) in a 45" and you only have two ends to hem. This fabric blend also cuts down on ironging the finshed items. Always prewash fabric before sewing. I make one of them extra large for covering baked items to keep them from drying out while they are cooling. Happy Sewing pandabear22


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