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Sunday, May 17, 2009

Down To Earth Dishtowel & Pot Holder Swap

This is what I made my swap partner Bettina, for the swap that was hosted over at Rhonda's Blog! If you have never visited her blog, you need to. It is great. I also included a recipe for her.

I learned to make the pot holders over at And Sew On! ! This is a great blog and she has a tutorial to make these great potholders.
These are some extra towels I made for me!

This is showing the back of one of the pot holders.


This is showing the front of one of the potholders.

You just put your hand in this pocket and fold together for the pot holder.

I really enjoyed making these and hope to make some more for gifts. This is the second swap I have ever joined. The first swap was over at Connie's Blog! They both were a lot of fun. I hope my swap partner enjoys them. I made sure she had received them before I posted these pictures on my blog. Thanks for hosting this swap Rhonda!

12 comments:

Lori said...

What a great idea! I have a bridal shower coming up. This would make a wonderful gift. Thanks for the inspiration.

Karen said...

What beautiful projects.
Thanks for sharing.
Karen

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

What a sweet gift. I am sure she will like it.

Jocelyn
http://happycottagequilter.blogspot.com/

Julie said...

These are so cute!!! I love the fabric. Okkkk I am sooo inspired now!!

BLessings,
Julie

Mildred said...

These are so cute! I love the fabric choices. Looks like you have been breaking in that new sewing machine.

Alice Grace said...

You did a great job on those! I love your color choices. Can't wait to see what your swap partner sends you.

Feedsack Fantasy said...

Never seen anything like this, fantastic creation. TY
TTFN ~ Marydon

Sara said...

I love the towels and pot holder, the black and white looks great!

SandyQuilts said...

Oh my how pretty and great idea.

Aunt Pitty Pat's Fun said...

Fantastic Towels and Pot holders .. I just love the black and white.. so dramatic..
M

G'G'ma said...

What a neat idea. Love your fabric too. Oh, dear, another project added to my "to-do" list.

Brenda Sue said...

You are amazing! Such great ideas and so pretty!