Embellished dish towels and fat quarter aprons

Here is what I have been making for Christmas.

Some fabric embellished dish towels.

Just use your fabric scraps and dress up your basic white dish towels. Just make sure you use some nice quality absorbent ones. I bought these at OSJL this summer and stocked up. For 4 dish towels they were only $2.99 each. What a steal! Yes, I bought all they had in sight. The hubby never understood why I was buying some many of them… until now!

I made up a little drawstring bag to put the dish towels in. This makes a great gift and is fairly cheap and easy to make.

A fat quarter apron for the little ones.

All it takes is two fat quarters or some fabric scraps.

So that is just a peek of what I have been making for Christmas, what have you been making?

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  1. Cute dishtowels! I love the Amy Butler prints you chose!

  2. Ashley Tremaine says:

    Love these…super cute!! I wish I sewed!! Great job…and sweet blog!

  3. Love the towels! Thanks for linking! I'll be featuring this on BCD tomorrow!

  4. I just found your blog and I think I'm in love. Too cute!!

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