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Tuesday, November 12, 2013

Hangen' Around

I had several visitors come this past weekend!  It was especially thrilling since I got them all to sew with me ;0}  Check out the hanging hand towels we made!!!  

I have enjoyed my Halloween towels all last month and really dreaded taking them down after October ended.  Now, thanks to my visitors, I have some fall towels to hang up.

We made acorns, 

Fall Leaves, 

Pumpkins, 

And Turkeys.  Doesn't Mr. Turkey look cute with his little button nose???  We literally took an orange button, cut it with scissors until it looked like a beak, and stitched it onto the turkey.

We didn't have time to make the holly towels with the first group, but managed to make these cute towels with my second group of friends.  

Want to make some???  You can find out how to make your own from my tutorial for the Cupcake Towels.  I used the same method to make these new seasonal versions.  I have about a hundred other designs I want to make.  Now to find the time :0}

4 comments:

  1. Any chance you will add these towels to your etsy shop?? Please??? I want them ALL!!!! :)

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    1. Faith, I did have the cupcake towel in there a few years ago. I would actually love to make you some. I charge $20 for the time being, but I would probably add a little ribbon or snazz to the bottom of the harvest ones if they were for sale. We just were playing around and didn't get to decorating the bottom of the towels. If you really do want some now, just email me at vanessa.cam5@gmail.com. I plan to do a snowman and some valentine towels after the Christmas order rush is over.

      Stay warm and thank for your comments!!!
      Vanessa
      The Sew*er, The Caker, The CopyCat Maker

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  2. I love them! Definitely keeping this email so I can try to make some - the only question is do I make them as presents or for us.

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  3. I love them! Definitely keeping this email so I can try to make some - the only question is do I make them as presents or for us.

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