Girly Up Your Golf Towel

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Turn an ordinary hand towel into a fabulous golf towel.

What you will need
Hand Towel
Grommet Kit
Buttons of your Choice
 3 Choices of Scrap Fabric
Needle and Thread
Scissors 
First use the grommet kit and make the whole where the towel will hang from.  Follower the directions on the package for this.
Cut out (3) 3″ circles from each fabric selection.
Giving you 9 circles total.



Choose a circle and make a pinch in the fabric, overlapping it slightly and put a stitch to hold it in place.
This will be the first layer to your flower.


Choose a different pattern of fabric for the second layer, and do the same make a slightly larger pinch in the fabric this time from both directions making it appear like an X in the middle of the fabric.  This will make the circle slightly smaller than the first.  Stitch to hold in place on top of the first circle.
Do the same with the third fabric only taking a larger pinch in both directions and stitch in place on top of fabric two.
Secure a button of your choice in the middle of each circle, stitch each flower, by hand, onto the towel.

You will have the best looking golf towel on the course.

There’s plenty of time to get some made for Mothers Day gifts.


Comments

  1. says

    I’m here from Debbiedoos and I love your site and I am your newest follower. Would love for you to follow me at dreaming-n-color.blogspot.com!

  2. says

    I’m here from Debbiedoos. She said your blog and you were adorable & I have to agree. I’m a new follower. Can’t wait to check out the rest of your blog.
    CAS

  3. says

    What a great idea! Adorable. I love the grommet in the towel, I’ve always wanted a doodad for grommets.

  4. says

    I love the grommets and the flowers, you will look great out at the course! I found you at Debbie Doo’s party, I am your newest follower, and would be thrilled if you followed me back.

    Carlee,
    ladybirdln.blogspot.com

  5. says

    Cute project. I think I’ll try this technique on a tote. I found your blog via Debbie Doo’s newbie party. I’m your newest follower-I would love if you’d visit me at Brambly. Take care.

    Ann-Marie

  6. says

    What a great idea! My father would love if I made him a more manly version! Thank you for the inspiration!
    Thanks for linking up to Making It With Allie! I can’t wait to see what you have for next week!
    AllieMakes.Blogspot.com

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