Kitchen Decorating DIY – Make Your Own Dishtowel Belts by Vero Cruz - Musely
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Kitchen Decorating DIY – Make Your Own Dishtowel Belts

posted in Home & Garden > Decor
10/26/2013
  • You start with a piece of fabric that is 12" x 6".... or what ever size you want.  The narrower one was 12" x 4".
    You start with a piece of fabric that is 12" x 6".... or what ever size you want. The narrower one was 12" x 4".
  • Fold it in half  right sides together and sew along the long edge so that you make a tube.
    Fold it in half right sides together and sew along the long edge so that you make a tube.
  • Turn right side out and press.  (yes I said press.  Normally I would skip this step but it really makes a big difference. )  Fold the ends over and pin.
    Turn right side out and press. (yes I said press. Normally I would skip this step but it really makes a big difference. ) Fold the ends over and pin.
  • Then do a top stitch around the entire thing.  This will sew down the two edges and make the whole thing more stable.
    Then do a top stitch around the entire thing. This will sew down the two edges and make the whole thing more stable.
  • Then add a few pieces of Velcro.  You can use any kind of closure you like but Velcro is easy.  I used an iron-on type that is supposedly permanent and machine washable.
    Then add a few pieces of Velcro. You can use any kind of closure you like but Velcro is easy. I used an iron-on type that is supposedly permanent and machine washable.
  • Embellish however you wish.  On this particular one I made a simple ribbon bow and just hot glued it on.
    Embellish however you wish. On this particular one I made a simple ribbon bow and just hot glued it on.
  • Wrap them around the towel and enjoy!  Here are how all the variations look hung.
    Wrap them around the towel and enjoy! Here are how all the variations look hung.
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