Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays!
I am still recovering from the 12 DAYS SALE around here... and I definitely mean "ing" in that I'm definitely not done recovering! Yes, there has been A LOT of couch time this weekend... A LOT! Although the one that we managed to accomplish is that my house is now decorated!! I am so excited. Christmas kind of explodes at our house each year and I can't wait to share some photos with you... hoping for tomorrow!
But today I have a little gift for you!
I know, I know... you might be saying to yourself, again with the flour sack towels! But seriously they are affordable, quick and fun projects that we just can't resist around here. You know when people say that a project can be made in an hour or two and then it takes you the rest of the day to figure it all out? I might be guilty of the same thing once in a while... but not with these. When I say these can be done in an hour or two, I really do mean it!
In fact, you can make them as simple or as complicated as you want. They should have the band on the bottom but then you can add appliqué and embroidery if you want but you don’t have to if you want to go simple. I love them!
This particular towel was a part of our 12 DAYS OF CHRISTMAS SALE in 2015 and made with a bit of wool and our Farmhouse collection. This year in 2016 we had a new Christmas towel called Mistletoe Kisses that we love too [that will be a pattern soon] but thought we would offer this POINSETTIA TOWEL today as our gift to you.
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE PDF OF THE PATTERN.
If you are interested, we will have little starter kits available tomorrow [flour sack towels, red dot fabric for the band, green fabrics for the leaves, cream felt for the center-, not sure what we will be able to dig up for the wool... you might be on your own for that one... we'll see what we can find].
Check back with us then if you are interested!
We really hope you decide to make one... even for this Christmas! You can do it!
ALSO UP TOMORROW: Some news about the STOCKING KIT, a few pattern updates and the easiest Christmas candy recipe you have ever made!!