I recently made some new towels from my Towel Topper Pattern. I still find these towels super handy around the house. When they get too old and ratty I toss them out and get to make more!
If you’re interested in making a few towel toppers of your own you can download the PDF pattern here (towel_topper) and the original tutorial is posted here. If you have a larger towel that you need to make a topper for just enlarge the pattern a bit.
Be sure to let me know how your towels turn out!
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I just stumbled across this blog, Pretty Little World from a link on another blog, kinda love when that happens. The whole thing is wonderful but this post was particularly good: DIY gold antlers.
That sound you heard was me running out the door to find antlers, lots of them. Here’s the link to whole DIY post.
This is the post that brought me to Pretty Little World in the first place featuring this incredible leather cuff from ARCANAminor. There seems to be some amazing vintage going on in Michigan.
The fall issue of Kiki is out! This is the second DIY project I have done for this great magazine. If you’re new to Kiki, this is a truely well done magazine for pre-teen and early teen girls that comes out seasonally. It focuses on style, individuality and substance. I strongly believe that teaching girls to make things, and then their completing a project, gives them a feeling of pride and a sense of control over their own lives.
This latest project focused on recycling vintage clothes, this time menswear and t-shirts, into new garments.