Christmas Dish Towel

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Are you counting down the days till Christmas yet?  I am very focused on the upcoming turkey related holiday, but who are we kidding, jingle bells will start ringing in just a couple of weeks!

I’ll admit I haven’t officially started decorating for Christmas but I have so many great plans already {swimming around in my head}!  The official first holiday craft of the year at my house is this adorbs Christmas Dish Towel.

DIY Christmas Dish Towel via Chase the Star #Cricut #ChristmasTowel #DIYCraft

Simple and so cute, right?

I used my Cricut Mini and their line of fabulous new tools to make this towel in no time!

Cricut Basic Tools Set by Chase the Star

Make your own Christmas Dish Towel!

Materials:

1/4 yd. of  terry cloth or fabric of your choice. I used muslin.

Cutting machine {and mat}

Cricut Iron-On

Cricut Basic Tools set

Iron

Cricut Iron-On review by Chase the Star

Directions:

Make the towel {check out this ‘no-sew’ tutorial}.

Design your image; I used a Christmas cartridge to design the ‘joy’ lettering.  Place the iron-on vinyl shiny-side down onto the mat.  Making sure to ‘flip it’ to show the wording or image backwards, use your Cricut to cut it out.

DIY Christmas Dish Towel via Chase the Star #Cricut #IronOn #Christmas #joy

Using the basic tools set, carefully weed the vinyl off of the mat. Set the image onto the fabric right side up.  With a the iron on the hottest setting, press down over the image  for about 10 seconds.  Then turn the fabric inside out and press the iron down for about 20-30 seconds.  Turn the fabric again and press it with the iron one more time.  Let it cool, and peel off the clear coating.

DIY Christmas Dish Towel via Chase the Star #Cricut #IronOn #KitchenTowel

So easy!

This may end up being a gift, if I can part with it! I think my next iron-on project may be a pillow!

Have you started your holiday crafting?

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Barbara is a lover of all things creative, simple, and budget friendly. Chase the Star began in 2012 as a creative outlet and to chronicle her DIY and crafty adventures. She is a working mom and wife residing in sunny Southern California.

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Comments

  1. I love this Barbara! You did a great job :)

  2. What a wonderful hostess gift this would be! Thanks for the great tutorial!

  3. This is so cute! The perfect little holiday touch in your kitchen. I would love it if you linked it up to the Handmade Holiday Link Party! http://persialou.blogspot.com/2013/11/handmade-holiday-link-party.html :)

  4. So cute!!! I love iron on vinyl :)

  5. Love the towel!!! I’m ready for the Christmas season, but I’m trying to focus on Thanksgiving first.

  6. This is adorable Barbara! Love the font!

  7. Love iron and cricut!! So cute!! This would be a great gift idea!

  8. Really cute! Must try this iron on stuff with my Cricut!

  9. That is really stinkin cute! You could sell those on etsy easily! Lol I wish I had a cricut now..

  10. Beautiful Barbara! I love this… this would make the perfect Hostess gift!

  11. I love the letter H hook your towel is on. Can you please tell me where you got it? Thanks

  12. This is so pretty! I’ve been thinking about doing some of these as gifts but was going to use paint. This looks a whole lot easier!

  13. Love this!! Nicely done! :)

  14. How does the cricut iron on wash? Just curious! The towel adorable and wondered if it’s “functional” too. :)

  15. Simple and so pretty! I love holiday decor that doesn’t SCREAM holiday….pinned this!

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