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No-Slip Dish Towels

Hanging a dish towel from an oven door makes sense -- the towel is always at the ready, and the oven's warmth quickly dispels dampness. Here's a way to improve on the idea, keeping the towel from slipping off: Make it into a loop by attaching Velcro strips to two ends, one on the front and one on th...
  • Samantha Harris

    Here's a way to improve on the hanging tea towel from oven idea: Make it into a loop by attaching Velcro strips to two ends, one on the front and one on the back, below. Stitch in place, or use iron-on Velcro strips. So sick of finding my towels on the floor!

  • Belle Van

    No Slip Dish Towels Hanging a dish towel from an oven door makes sense -- the towel is always at the ready, and the oven's warmth quickly dispels dampness. Here's a way to improve on the idea, keeping the towel from slipping off: Make it into a loop by attaching Velcro strips to two ends, one on the front and one on the back, below. Stitch in place, or use iron-on Velcro strips.

  • Valerie Barber

    No slip kitchen towel - Hanging a dish towel from an oven door makes sense -- the towel is always at the ready, and the oven's warmth quickly dispels dampness. Here's a way to improve on the idea, keeping the towel from slipping off: Make it into a loop by attaching Velcro strips to two ends, one on the front and one on the back, below. Stitch in place, or use iron-on Velcro strips.

  • Cortney 'Bisaillon' Scheidt

    Hanging a dish towel from an oven door makes sense -- the towel is always at the ready, and the oven's warmth quickly dispels dampness. Here's a way to improve on the idea, keeping the towel from slipping off: Make it into a loop by attaching Velcro strips to two ends, one on the front and one on the back, below. Stitch in place, or use iron-on Velcro strips. Maybe do this for the bathroom so the boys can't pull down the hand towel.

  • Lauren Estes

    Such a great idea! Hanging a dish towel that the might not end up in the floor 20 times a day :) -- the towel is always at the ready, and the ovens warmth quickly dispels dampness. Heres a way to improve on the idea, keeping the towel from slipping off: Make it into a loop by attaching Velcro strips to two ends, one on the front and one on the back, below. Stitch in place, or use iron-on Velcro strips.

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