Decorative Fall Towel

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This Thanksgiving you can decorate your home and your kitchen to fit the needs of the holiday. The fall colors, the cool breezes and the smell of the turkey roasting in your oven. All these things are great around Thanksgiving. LeeAnn Christenson of christensoncreations.etsy.com and kitchencreations.artfire.com has sent in a great project. While you’re cooking your Thanksgiving meal you should have your decorative fall towel close by you.

This is a great sewing project and it’s easy to make. You can use these as fall decorations or actual drying towels. Thanksgiving is full of bright colors and warm fuzzy feelings, so create this towel to complete your ensemble.

Check out our kid-friendly Thanksgiving crafts!

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  1. [...] An important tip to remember while decorating for the holidays is that some of  very best decor can be made with common household objects. For example, use recycled soda bottles to make this heartwarming Give Thanks Mantlepiece (shown) featured in Link Love: Get Ready for Thanksgiving.  If you love natural-looking decor, consider using an autumn-inspired color palette while creating  homemade Thanksgiving crafts. Check out tons of harvest season home decor ideas featuring burnt oranges and light yellows in New Pattern Monday: Thanksgiving Decor. While adding festive accents to your mantlepiece and door will make your house look extra welcoming, don’t forget to add finishing touches to places like your kitchen and bathroom by making a Decorative Fall Towel. [...]

  2. [...] An important tip to remember while decorating for the holidays is that some of  very best decor can be made with common household objects. For example, use recycled soda bottles to make this heartwarming Give Thanks Mantlepiece (shown) featured in Link Love: Get Ready for Thanksgiving.  If you love natural-looking decor,  consider using an autumn-inspired color palette while creating  homemade Thanksgiving crafts. Check out tons of harvest season home decor ideas featuring burnt oranges and light yellows in New Pattern Monday: Thanksgiving Decor. While adding festive accents to your mantlepiece and door will make your house look extra welcoming, don’t forget to add finishing touches to places like your kitchen and bathroom by making a Decorative Fall Towel. [...]

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