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Gingham Cherry Dish Towel

By: Lisa Atwood for Provo Craft

This gingham cherry dish towel is just too cute! Spruce up your kitchen with kitchen towel crafts that would be perfect for summertime.

Gingham Cherry Dish Towel

Materials:

  • Cricut Expression® Personal Electronic Cutter
  • Cricut® Country Life cartridge
  • Heavy Duty Wonder Under
  • Fabric for design: red patterned, brown patterned, medium green patterned, dark green patterned
  • 4 ½" x 42" Black checked fabric
  • Flour sack dishtowel
  • Ribbon: red rickrack, black checked
  • Sewing machine
  • Iron and ironing board

Instructions:

  1. Using the Country Life cartridge, cut cherries and layers.
     
  2. Iron Wonder Under to your fabric according to manufacturer's instructions.
     
  3. Cut cherries from fabric. Refer to project image and handbook for layers and colors.
     
  4. Peel off paper backing. Place pieces on dishtowel. Iron layers onto dishtowel following manufacturer's instructions.
     
  5. Fold black checked fabric in half. Gather and sew onto bottom of towel. Sew red rickrack to towel as shown.
     
  6. Embellish cherries with black checked ribbon.

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