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A handy way to store and carry your cutlery, especially for picnic and camping sets. Made from a standard tea towel, it's a quick and easy project that ...
I had an old tea towel that I'd rarely used sitting in the linen cupboard. The fabric is sturdy enough to support the cutlery but still be flexible ...
Lay your tea towel down on the right side and flip up the bottom edge so it's the same height as the cutlery. Test the top flap section ...
Before you stitch, add in your length of ribbon. I cut mine twice the length of the width of the tea towel - just make it long enough ...
I'm a particularly lazy and shabby seamstress, but you should probably stitch down the seam created on the top flap when making the pocket.Next, divide the big pocket ...
Finally, insert the cutlery and fold over the top flap.Now roll the section furthest from the ribbon inwards so it's on top of the the next segment. Fold ...
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