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Kitchen towels for a friend…………

Crazy K | Posted in Photo Gallery on

My neighbor is a sweetheart and recently had her kitchen redone.  When I saw these designs I knew I had to do some towels for her.  After all, a redone kitchen calls for new towels, right??

I got the towels in a pack at Sam’s Club and they washed up beautifully and the designs are from Emb. Library.  I used polyneon thread and cutaway stabilizer so they will be durable.  I gave them to her today………she loves them!

Thanks for looking!

Kay

Replies

  1. rodezzy | | #1

    Very pretty and festive.  You always do such beautiful work.

    1. Crazy K | | #3

      Thank you!  Your work is always an inspiration as well!

      Kay

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    ThreadKoe | | #2

    Those are just wonderful! They look so much better than the store bought embroidered ones. You always do such a lovely choice of pattern and colours with the towels you pick. Cathy

    1. Crazy K | | #4

      Thank you!  This was a fun project and the colors were perfect for her new kitchen! 

      Kay

      1. Ceeayche | | #5

        You're neighbor is lucky to have you as a friend.  The towels are lovely.

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