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Cute Strawberry Dish Towel Holder

By: Menike Wickramasingha
Updated February 05, 2019
Cute Strawberry Dish Towel Holder
This image courtesy of primecp.com

"This cute cotton strawberry holds dish towels. Hang it in the kitchen, so you always have a towel ready to clean up spills and messes."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byBoth Hand and Machine

Easy

Materials List

  • A 10" x 8" piece of red plain cloth
  • A 5" X 4" piece of green plain cloth
  • 14 black / white small beads
  • Red bias binding
  • A 12" X 12" piece of batting
  • A piece of cloth for backing
  • A cane ring
  • Red sewing thread

Instructions

  1. Draw a pattern of a large strawberry on a piece of paper. ( 10" height X 8" width)

  2. Trace the strawberry pattern onto the red piece of cloth, the backing cloth, and the batting. Cut along the lines.

  3. Trace the leaf to the green cloth and cut. Cut a strip from the green cloth 6" X 1 3/4, fold and sew.

  4. Put the red cloth on top of the batting and sew as it is shown on the image.

  5. Applique the leaf on top of the strawberry. Sew the strip underneath.

  6. Put the backing cloth and pin it.

  7. Sew the bias binding as shown in the image.

  8. Put the ring at the back (6 1/2") below and sew with a needle.

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What a cute idea for a kitchen design. My mother-in-law loves apple designs for her kitchen, and I bet this is easy to adapt for that design as well. Have you tried making any other fruits. I love grapes, but I bet that would take a lot of sewing to make a bunch of grapes from a flat piece of fabric.

This would make a really cute gift for mother's day. I love the strawberry aplique big and bright. I bet nobody would forget where the dishcloths are.

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