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Kitchen sewing

Hello Show N Tell Friday Friends!
I whipped up a couple things just in time for summer.... I have seen alot of people making these patchwork towels so I thought I would try it.
I love them!
Although I took it a step further and did an applique that says "you are my sunshine" I don't know if I should display that part in my kitchen. I don't want it to look like a little kiddie kitchen. I kinda felt like I was in a daycare...??? Especially with the polka dot curtains...

Then I found this daisy at Ben Franklin for $3bucks! So I picked it up. And I had this tray laying around, it use to be red with a rooster and I painted it white and stuck the flower on it. Not bad huh?

And I used the yellow polka dot fabric from "Make Life" (Love that fabric line)

Thanks for looking!! Click on the link to see Amylouwho's Lonestar Wall Hanging, it is absoulutely amazing! And there are plenty other sewing projects to get you inspired!


  1. Gorgeous!
    I think your Kitchen looks more happy than little tyke..but that is just my opinion :)

  2. Love the orange in the kitchen, so so cute!

  3. Great towels-love the orange kitchen!

  4. Lovely towels, great colours.

  5. Your towels look great and I love the other little projects that you added to your kitchen!

  6. What a charming kitchen. :o) Your towels are adorable! :o)

  7. Love the patchwork towels, so cute! And your curtains too!

  8. Great finishes. those curtains are very sunshiney.

  9. Oh!! Great ideas, and I still have fabric squares that match my kitchen!!!



  10. LOL! A kiddie kitchen. I know what you mean. I had a repairman walk into my bedroom and want to know where the child was. I had flowered curtains and a quilt on my bed. Does handwork speak of children? Anyway, your towels look great, all cheerful and happy, so pthtt on anyone who thinks they make your kitchen look kiddie.

  11. I think the towels are just darling!

  12. Very lovely:) The patchwork towels are so cute


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