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Monday, June 2, 2014

Guest Tutorial: Fabric Paper Towels

Last week we featured the guest blog post we made on the Going Home to Roost blog, where we showed you our Tiffany's and Paisley's patchwork dresses/skirts in her gorgeous Sweet as Honey fabric. Well now it's her turn to share a fabulous tutorial on our blog! Here's Bonnie: 

reversible fabric paper towels by bonnie christine

reversible fabric paper towels

hello lovelies! i'm delighted to hop over from my blog, going home to roost to share with you today! this pattern for reversible fabric paper towels will replace your paper towels forever! paper towels are expensive and wasteful, to boot. so why not sew up a couple dozen of these little ‘fabric paper towels’ for use in the kitchen to clean up spills and messes or to use as napkins?  i haven’t bought a roll of paper towels in several years, resulting in significant savings for both my wallet and the earth. it’s been well worth an afternoon of sewing!

* patterns are a collaboration between fabric designer bonnie christine and pattern maker maxine ramey, also known as maxie makes – a creative mother-daughter team!
* pdf pattern is a free instant download, ready to print on regular 8.5 x 11″ paper
* fabrics used in this pattern are from “sweet as honey” for art gallery fabrics designed by bonnie christine.

COPYRIGHT: pattern is copyright bonnie christine | maxie makes 2014. all rights reserved. for personal use only. you may not reproduce without written permission. however, we would love for you to sell any items you make using this pattern. please convo if you have any questions. thank you!
for more patterns, visit sweet bonnie christine.

to download: click here to view the pattern on issuu. to download the PDF, click on ‘share’ below the publication and then select ‘download’. print on regular 8.5 x 11″ paper. have fun!

Thanks so much to Bonnie for sharing this with us!  I can't wait to get started on some for my own family. 

Let's Create! ~ Kristen 

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