tea towel craft

Got a pretty tea towel that’s too just good to dry dishes?  Try this pretty tea towel DIY wall hanging!

The crafting genius that is Mel Wiggins has come up with the easy and eye-catching tea towel DIY that she’s kindly let me share with Moral Fibres readers.  It’s a perfect craft idea for beginners too!

Make This Tea Towel DIY Wall Hanging

This project can make the simplest of fabric scraps look professional, takes 15 minutes to complete and costs next to nothing!

You will need:

tea revives you tea towel

tea towel (or fabric scrap) / dowel / string / needle and thread or sewing machine / scissors

The wooden dowels can be found at any B&Q, Homebase or similar DIY shops and are about £1 each. You might need to chop the length in half or adjust it some for the right size.  These give the tea towel some weight and help it to hang nicely.

Method

Pin in the dowel into the fabric at both ends by folding it over so you can see how much room you need in sewing the hems at the ends.

dowel

Take the dowel out and sew your hem on both ends.

sewing machine

Cut your string long enough to fit through the top hem and to tie into a nice triangle at the top.  Tie a knot in one end of the string and feed it through the top hem.

simple craft ideas

Now you can put the dowels in the top and bottom hems and tie your string to suit the length you want to hang your tea towel.  I like to hide the knots in the hem to give it a more clean effect.

Now hang up your DIY tea towel wall hanging and enjoy!  And why not pour yourself a cup of tea – you deserve it!

tea towel DIY

Thanks Mel!  You can catch more of Mel’s craftiness over on her fantastic blog!

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