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Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels for Autumn

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Living in Florida makes me nostalgic for the true Autumn that I experienced in Pennsylvania as a child. The Fall color palette is my favorite to craft with. The rich browns, burnt orange, gold, and burgundy just make me warm and fuzzy inside, so I have created Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels for Autumn. Scroll down to see the shortcut I took to make this embroidery a breeze!

Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels for Autumn Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroidery #handsewn #autumndecor #feltcrafts #fallleaves #easycrafts

Quick and Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels for Fall

Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels for Autumn Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroidery #handsewn #autumndecor #feltcrafts #fallleaves #easycrafts

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Here's what you need to make Embroidered Felt Leaves:

Here's how to Embroider Kitchen Towels:


Sketch six leaf shapes on plain paper with a pencil, two for each kitchen towel. Cut out and trace onto Kunin Classic™ Felt with MONOTWIN permanent marker. Cut out all felt pieces with scissors, making sure to cut inside the traced lines, so that your finished project is neat and clean. For added patterns, use straight scissors, pinking shears, and scallop shears for fabric.

Draw Autumn leaves on paper, cut out and trace onto felt Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroidery #handsewn #autumndecor #feltcrafts #fallleaves #easycrafts


Thread an embroidery needle with six strands of embroidery floss. Sew Kunin Felt Goldenrod square onto the kitchen towel with a running stitch. Stitch leaf veins with six strands of embroidery floss. Mix and match the felt colors as well as the embroidery floss colors for a funky boho feel. Embellish embroidery stitches with French knots.


Using the photos as your guide, attach two leaves onto each of three linen kitchen towels with E6000 Fabri-Fuse fabric glue. Set aside to dry completely. The Fabri-Fuse retains some elasticity when dry which I really love for fabric projects.

Once stitched glue leaves onto towels and let dry Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroidery #handsewn #autumndecor #feltcrafts #fallleaves #easycrafts

Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels to Make in an Hour

I hope you will use my Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels for Autumn as a jumping-off point to showcase YOUR creativity and make some Fall home decor! Felt is an easy, versatile, and forgiving medium that allows you to create affordable but trendy projects whether you are a beginner or an expert crafter!

My stitches for this Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels project were very free form. If you are looking for some additional instructions, I highly recommend this Embroidery Tips post by Bev over at Flamingo Toes. She is my go-to for all things stitched. And this Heart and Home Sampler is a great project for beginners. I took this class from Bev at a conference and it renewed my interest in embroidery.

Easy Embroidered Kitchen Towels for Autumn Creatively Beth #creativelybeth #embroidery #handsewn #autumndecor #feltcrafts #fallleaves #easycrafts

More Fall, Autumn, and Thanksgiving projects can be found here on the blog. Click through and check out a quick and easy Autumn Acorn Pillow with sweet lace trim OR an Easy DIY Pumpkin Garland with a sassy message OR a Rainbow Ribbon Turkey Place Cards perfect for the Thanksgiving table!

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