Thanks for stopping by. Today I am showing you how to create a decorative towel hanger with your Cricut Maker! Don’t have a Cricut Maker – don’t worry, I’ve got instructions for you, too.
I remember growing up that my mother and grandmother often had towels hanging from the front of the stove. They were attached with some of grandmother’s handy dandy killer crochet skills. Apparently, a skill that I did not inherit! 🙂 .
I wanted to create a towel hanger to keep a certain someone (sorry, Doug) from grabbing my pretty decorative towels and wiping up spilled milk on the counter. Just sayin… PAPER TOWELS! I digress.
I decided to create a pattern in Cricut Design Space (you can grab it here) and create my very own modern version of Grandmother’s Crochet’d towel holder.
I think this is the perfect gift for most every home. It would be great fun to make one for each season/holiday and gift them as a set.
I used the Cricut EasyPress to create this Rae Dunn Inspired Flannel towel holder. The Easypress also helped me create holiday towels for Christmas like this one
and this one. Excuse Wrigley… he thinks hes a prop.
I just love the fact that you can get two towel holders from 1 towel.
I added a little pom pom trim to this one! A girl has to have pom poms in her life, right?
I bet you can guess that I have a step by step tutorial for you and you can help yourself to the pattern above.
Do you need a PDF version? I’ve got you taken care of too! You can get the PDF version here.
Here’s the video tutorial:
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