Saturday, December 12, 2009

Dressy Oven Door Kitchen Towel Update




A couple of years ago I posted a tutorial (here) for making these "dressy" kitchen towels that tie over the handle of your oven door.  That page is the most often viewed on my entire blog!  There must be lots of crafty ladies the world over who are looking for instructions.  That old post really needed updating, and as I am now in the process of making another towel (See, Julie?  I am keeping my word!), I am re-photographing each step as I go along.  Since the step involving the underarm seam is difficult to explain verbally, I added a video that shows how to do it.  So... I guess the point is that in case you're interested, the old tutorial is being fixed.  Or if you want to hear what I sound like, you can just go watch the video for fun.    Hm... Someone else I know hinted that she would like another purple dressy towel.  Might have to go shopping for supplies again soon!

8 comments:

  1. Sally, I never doubted you :-). You have a beautiful voice, BTW.

    I hope all is fantastic with the Johnson family on this Sabbath. We're finally getting some sunshine and afternoon temps above 60, so welcomed.

    Blessings, Julie

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  2. Hmm, purple, now who could that be? lol Hi Kristy! Look forward to seeing your video - maybe you could sing with the girls on it too.

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  3. Wow - that is really unique! and cute! I will check out your tutorial.

    Isn't it amazing what people look up? I find that as much fun as the blog it self!

    Antoinette

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  4. Now WHO would want a PURPLE one??? And I bet that person is suprised that you even remembered that. Now she won't have to leave a comment regarding that. *wink*


    Kristy

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  5. Can't wait to hear your voice and make a few of these myself. They look great! Thank you. I will make one with sunflowers on it for me. Since we are having snow, ice, cold (teens with wind chills in the - numbers) I can use all the summer I can get. Thanks again. Lynn Marie

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  6. Ack - I always forget about those! (I made a bunch of the crocheted top towels for gifts this year - I like yours So much better!) Thanks for posting them again!


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  7. I posted some of those on my blog too! They are fun and easy to make.

    http://simplysandras.blogspot.com/

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  8. These are so cute! I've seen something like them, but not as classy. : )

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