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How the Stay-Put Kitchen Towels came about...

I found the basic design for my Stay-Put Towels while surfing the internet, hunting down gift ideas that I could create using my embroidery machine. As it would happen, the bulk of the work in creating these fun kitchen towels is just plain ol' sewing, LOL! After making a set for my kitchen, I began making sets for family and friends. (My husband now wonders when we will have more to use in our kitchen!) After selling them successfully at local craft fairs, I have decided to take them on-line and offer them to you. They make a great gift as we head into the holiday season, and are available for personalization.

Here is more info about the stay-put towels!

• ABOUT THE STAY-PUT TOWEL •
This is one kitchen towel that stays where you put it! With the simple threading of one end back through itself you don't have to worry about finding this towel on the floor. These towels are perfect for both drying dishes or quickly drying your hands. You can attach them to the oven, dish washer, or refrigerator handle. There are no buttons to lose or yarn to pull in this towel design making them an easy, worry-free addition to your laundry.

A set of Stay-Put Towels is a great addition to your kitchen or a gift. Since kitchen towels are a necessity for any household, established or just starting, these towels make a fantastic housewarming, wedding, or hostess gift! If you are looking for a specific color or theme, send me a convo. I can normally come up with a great pair of Stay-Put Towels that will match what you are looking for! I may even have them in stock, just not yet listed.

• CREATION PROCESS •
The towels and fabric I use are washed and dried before any sewing is done; you don't have to worry about shrinkage when you throw these beauties in with your normal laundry. The towels are also washed after assembly; so that they are fresh when they arrive in the mail. The fabric accent square is 100% cotton unless otherwise noted. The towel is micro fiber with germ fighting technology, and measures approximately 15 by 25 inches. Unless otherwise noted.

• PACKAGING •
Each order is labeled using a card-stock label and reusable ribbon. Before placing the items in the envelope for shipping, I enclose them in a sealed plastic bag to protect against any weather the package may encounter traveling from my studio to your location. Just one more step I take to ensure that the items you order arrive fresh and ready to use or give as gifts.
• TESTIMONIALS •

“I really love that I was able to work with Kimberlee to create towels that match my kitchen. I had no luck with store bought towels creating the impression I was looking for.” - Anne

“Fantastic quality, nice large size hand towels. Thank you for the fast shipping and careful packaging.” - Lisa

"What a great way to hang a kitchen towel! My cat hasn't been able to figure out how to get these towels out of the Kitchen.” - Beth





Comments

  1. How did I miss these? They are so darn cute!!!

    Do you do custom orders that don't cost a million dollars? I'd love something like them in a vintage housewife design.

    Depending on what you charge it may have to wait till after the hoidays, but would you email me? closertolucy@gmail.com

    I may have another project that you and your embroidery machine could might help me with too!

    I'm wanting 4 throw pillows for my bedroom that spell out LOVE.. you know 1 with an L one with an O etc....

    But everything I've seen cost a trillion dollars or isn't what I want... ideas???

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