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Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Trimmed Towels


Regular followers will know I love a trimmed towel and here's some I've made this week as a Christmas gift.


The fabrics I've chosen are from my stash and although they are exactly the same colourway they aren't actually from the same collection - the dot fabric is Dear Stella Platinum Palladium 23
and the cross fabric is Kyoto Gardens 6040 by Lori Mason for Andover Fabrics.


And a quick look at something else I've trimmed this week, our Christmas tree.


Are you holiday ready yet?



Want to see more trimmed towels?  In true Blue Peter style here's some I made earlier - click image to see the original blog post.




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11 comments:

  1. Beautiful towels, Chrissie. These are going to be wonderful Christmas gifts.

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  2. I love these Chrissie, such a stylish upgrade to plain towels.

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  3. Nice idea embellishing the towels! No I am not ready at all yet - no decs up yet here!

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  4. Those towels are cool! great idea

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  5. Those are great! I love them and I'm gonna make some myself sometime!

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  6. These are great! Cute Christmas gifts ideas!!

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  7. I love trimmed towels, they look good and are always popular

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  8. Thanks for stopping by TGIFF and sharing a great way to enhance and personalize gifts. Great idea

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  9. These are are great! Love the colors too! I made some banded kitchen towels this week, I will have to try bath towels.

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  10. I need to learn to make these! I love yours.

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  11. They are beautiful, what a lovely gift they'd be

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