I've made a bunch of applique towels, mostly as gifts. You see, my gluten-free/casein-free child drinks a lot of chocolate Silk. He spills A LOT and Silk doesn't come out....EVAH! Once it's on there, it's on there. He's completely ruined my Williams Sonoma kitchen towels. I'm glad he cleans up after himself, but gosh I'm tired of chocolate stained towels. So, after I mentioned in a previous post that this is why I never keep and display my pretty towels, Richella and Suzanne mentioned I should make some for myself that could be bleached. Well, duh! Why didn't I think of that? So, being the go-getter that I am, I
So, my original inspiration came from Sausha's shower curtain.
Isn't it gorgeous and flowy and airy and pretty? You can find Sausha's post here. Anywy, I used ready made flour sack towels to make mine. I cut one of them in strips to make the ruffles. The ruffles are not hemmed so they will fray. I love that!
Look at those ruffles!
Rows and rows of ruffles. Ahhhh!
Love! But, I'm still not sure if I'm keeping it. Hmmmm. Can't decide.
I'm linking to Frugalicious Friday @ Finding Fabulous, Feature Yourself Friday @ Fingerprints on the Fridge, Flaunt in Friday @ Chic on a Shoestring Decorating, Frugal Friday @ The Shabby Nest and I'm Flaunting my Feathers @ A Lovely Place to Land.
*I apoligize for my lack of button display. Blogger is acting up and giving me fits about buttons today!