DIY Kitchen Towels Using Fabric Scraps

DIY Kitchen Towels Using Fabric Scraps | DIY Joy Projects and Crafts Ideas

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If you have already done a ton of sewing projects in the past, you probably have a stack of fabric scraps. Did you know there are a lot of things you can do with them? Yes, there are, so make sure you don’t throw them away. Here are some awesome ideas: 7 Easy and Practical Ways to Use Up Tiny Fabric Scraps.


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Aside from those 7 examples, you can use also your fabric scraps to make these beautiful DIY kitchen towels. It is a wonderful idea by Estadistica Datos del Mundo. If you have a stack of your favorite fabric scraps, this is the perfect project for them. You can make them as colorful as you want and add touches like curved ribbons. Just be creative!

For more ideas, check these out: 49 Fabric Scrap Crafts Ideas for Leftover Material

Easy DIY Kitchen Towels Materials

  • 20 inch by 12.2 inch towel
  • 6.3 inch square
  • 2 pieces of 0.8 inch by 1 inch velcro
  • 5.12 inch by 14.2 inch rectangle printed fabric
  • 10.6 inch twill tape
  • curved ribbon


How to Make Kitchen Towels

Step 1:

Get the rectangle printed fabric and place right side down. Fold 0.4 inch on the long sides to make a crease then open them. Place the curved ribbon on the folded area on the top and bottom. Make sure they do not go beyond the folded line. Sew them in place. Cut the excess.

Step 2:

Place the rectangle right side down on the bottom part of the towel, about 1.6 inches from the edge. Make sure the ends are aligned to the edges, then pin them in place. Sew along the seams of the towel.

Easy DIY Kitchen Towels Materials
Image by Estadistica Datos del Mundo via YouTube

Step 3:

Flip the rectangle to the other side then sew on the edges.

Step 4:

Fold one end of the twill tape once and place one velcro. Pin it in place. Do not sew. Fold the other end twice, pin the velcro in place, and sew all around the edges.

Step 5:

Mark 1.8 inch from the top corner of the back of the towel and 0.6 inch from the side. Place the tape with the unsewn velcro on the mark and sew it.

Step 6:

Get the fabric square and fold 0.4 inches on three sides. Pin the tape on the towel and place the square on top of it, lining up the edges. Unfolded part should be on the edge. Sew on the edge. Fold it on the other side, remove the pin from the tape, and sew on three edges.

How to Make Kitchen Towels
Image by Estadistica Datos del Mundo via YouTube


DIY Kitchen Towel Using Fabric Scraps

DIY Kitchen Towels using fabric scraps

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