This lovely Patchwork Bordered Apron is a pattern directly from Rashida’s I Love Patchwork book. It’s so lovely we made coordinating dishtowels and we’ll show you how we made them tomorrow.
*Note: Image shown is slightly different from project directions.
Here’s something nifty. This project was inspired by an item hanging in Michelle’s mom’s house. We’ve been meaning to make one for this blog, and Tsuru really lent itself to the idea. Click for the directions to make the Hanging Tray Tutorial.
This piece can also be used to hold cook books and other rather flat items. We hope you enjoy this project and if you make one of your own, we’d love to see!
Note: Image shown is slightly different from project directions.
We are kicking off a new blog series highlighting Tsuru by Rashida Coleman-Hale. We borrowed (heavily!) from Rashida’s own books I Love Patchwork and Zakka Style. In the Kitchen with Tsuru will feature a variety of kitchen-y ideas and later on this week, we’ll have some new tutorials to share with you.
Today we have a pretty runner in Tsuru and linen adapted from the Lap Quilt project in Rashida’s I Love Patchwork. The dappled arrangement of plus signs in various tones makes an eye-catching accent on a buffet, cabinet and would feel equally at home on the kitchen table (or even a wall!)