Saturday, August 11, 2018

Anyone Can Cook Kitchen Towel

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If you have visited my blog before, you know I love Disney.  If this is your first time here, you can click can check out some of my past Disney or Mickey Mouse projects.

Recently, I made a Remy decal for the wall in my kitchen.  If you want to see that blog post click HERE.

He turned out so cute, that I started to think about making a towel that I could hang on the front of the oven also.  I had some gray iron on vinyl at home, and a plain linen kitchen towel, so I decided to give it a try.


I already had the Remy image from the wall decal project I made. so all I had to do was combine that with a nice font for the Anyone Can Cook.  


This was my first time using the iron on, and I started with the hottest setting on my iron, but I think that was too hot or I left the iron on it too long, so I ended up throwing the first towel away.  

My suggestion is to cut a small image, like a heart or a star and use a practice piece of fabric to test ironing an image and get the heat setting and amount of time right before doing this on the final product you are making.

If you want to make one of these, you should pick up some Cricut Iron On vinyl.  Just click on the image below to starting picking out your favorite colors.




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