Dish Towel Angel

Dish Towel Angel
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dish towel angelFrom Penny Peterson

Supplies:

1 dish towel

1 pot holder

1 dish rag

¼" ribbon (that will blend with towels)

It's cuter if you have all three of the above matching (and very affordable at places like Dollar General)

Directions:

1. Completely unfold towel and lay flat. Fan fold towel and fold in half to form angel body. Cut approximately 6" length of ribbon and tie it around "neck" (approximately 3" down from fold) and cut ends short.

2. Fan fold dish rag and rap around "neck" crossing the ends to appear as hands crossed. Cut a length of ribbon and tie in a bow around "wrists"

3. Fan fold potholder. Secure to back of "arms" with a length of ribbon making sure potholder loop is at the top (use this to hang angel).

4. With a straight pin, pin the following message to the "hands".

An Angel in the kitchen

watching the stew....

Blesses your cooking

and all that you do...

 

About the Author

Penny is a member of our Tea Time Crafters and generously allowed us to share her instructions and picture. Thanks Penny!



 
 
 
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