A few years ago, I decided to take on the challenge of learning how to make kitchen towels.
I didn’t know what I was getting myself into.
The best towel I found for beginners is called “Worst Kitchen Towel.”
I made this towel for a friend of mine, who had a similar one that she liked.
I’m not going to share how I made it, but I hope you find it useful!
I bought a bunch of towels and used the leftover scraps to make the “Wasteful Washing Towel,” a product I use for laundry detergent.
It’s like a towel that you wash on the floor, but it has a better surface and a different feel than a washcloth.
I’ve been using it for about a month now and it’s working out well.
To make this towel, I used an old washcloth and a roll of duct tape.
The roll of tape holds it in place when it’s being washed.
You need to be careful not to cut your fingers or nails.
To make it more washable, I taped it to the towel, folded the top over and cut a hole in the middle.
After cutting out the tape, I attached the towel to a towel hanger.
I used a piece of the fabric that I cut out of the towel that I attached to the hanger so I wouldn’t need to cut another piece off.
This way, I don’t have to sew my own fabric for a second.
The towel is very lightweight.
I only put one hand on it and it keeps me from touching it with my fingers.
The only problem I have is that the ends of the towels are too short to be used for washing dishes.
I bought a length of long ribbon for the towel ends and cut out the ends to make them shorter.
When I got home, I folded the towel in half to make a rectangle, then put it back on the shelf.
When I returned to the bathroom, I wrapped it around the edge of the sink and tied it to a rack with a tie.
It was a great way to hang it in the bathroom and was a good way to store it for later.
I’ll definitely be making this towel again!
The Best Kitchen Towels for Beginners: Worst Kitchen Towell | Wasteful Washcloth