This Towel is Simple, Quick and So Pretty

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A Great Project for Your Favorite Scraps!

Prairie points and a colorful binding make a simple white towel into something special. This is such a quick and easy project that you’ll want to make several. They’ll be great gifts as well as colorful additions to your kitchen.

Prairie Point Towel Tutorial

The designer, Joanna Figueroa, used flower sack towels but any plain white kitchen towels will work. Choose strips of two favorite fabrics for the prairie points or pull out some of your treasured scraps. Bind the towel all the way around, stitch down the prairie points and you’re done!

This simple embellishment would also be lovely for hand towels in the guest bathroom!

Click here for the free “Prairie Point Towel” tutorial.


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