Well for reasons such as stitch selection limitations (I only have a choice between a straight stitch and zig-zag stitches on my machine) and my limited skills, I decided to stitch them 'wrong' side together.
I snipped off the corners to reduce bulky corners.
Then, I turned them 'right' side out, ironed them flat taking care to make the opening flush with the stitched seam. Once that was done, I zigzag stitched down the length of both sides, closing off the opening where I turned them inside out. These two sides are the sides without the snap fasteners.
So, what do you think?! A little machine quilting in order here?
Yeah, I think that's a good idea...
Next came the fasteners.
I gave up buying paper towels years ago. Too expensive and so wasteful. I've been using washcloths instead. After being inspired to add a touch of whimsy to the utility of cloths in the kitchen, I am delighted to have these now!
Throw them in the washing machine, snap back together, and use again! YES!
If you don't have the time or inclination to make these yourself, I recommend checking out this lady's Etsy store. She's got more than just these towels! And she's good at what she does! Go ahead, go be inspired!
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