Here is the beauty of the kitchen scarf:
- You wear them around your neck, so you won't be misplacing your kitchen towel as you bake.
- They are handy to use to move something a little too hot to handle bare handed.
- You can make them in colors to match the kitchen of the cook!
- They are super inexpensive to make. They only require 1/4 yard of fabric and 1 kitchen towel!
- They whip up really quickly!
- They make a much more impressive gift that just a plain kitchen towel! And, when you get the colors or prints that match the person's kitchen or interests, they feel the love you are putting into this project.
- 1/4 yd. of fabric. Non-directional is best, but it doesn't really matter. (Walmart is a great source, or look through your scraps!
- 1 Kitchen towel (Dollar Tree or Walmart are inexpensive sources)
- Thread to match fabric or towel
- Iron and ironing board
- Sewing machine
- Tape measure
- Your 1/4 yard of fabric should be 9" long and 44"-45" wide. You are going to open the fabric up and fold it lengthwise with the right sides together. Stitch a seam along the 44" side. Look at the photos below.
4. There are two ways to insert the towel into the ends to attach them. I will explain both.