Bring On the Bubbly!
Add some pizzazz to this New Year’s Eve with our retro-inspired cocktail iron-on design! Dress up a simple white tea towel to serve as a party accessory and save as a souvenir to be used all throughout the year. To make this fun and festive tea towel with our iron-on design, pick up a simple 100% cotton white towel. We found ours at Sur La Table, but you should be able to find something comparable at any of your local home goods or kitchen stores. Below you will find downloadable patterns in both SVG and PDF versions.
For those using a cutting machine, download the SVG file and begin cutting. Once you have it all cut out, you can check out our video for how to apply multiple color iron-on designs (see below). If you do not have a cutting machine, download the PDF design which has already been mirrored for you, so it is ready for applying. You will just need a clear transfer iron-on paper. Print the design directly onto the transfer paper, cut it out close to the design, and then follow the transfer paper instructions for applying it to your tea towel.
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- Cricut Maker (recommended)
- Cricut Easy Press (recommended)
- Scissors (if cutting by hand)
- Inkjet Printer (for PDF version)
- Heat Transfer Vinyl – Gold, Pine and Teal
- White Cotton Tea Towel
- Transfer Paper (if printing)
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Hi Lia, will we be able to wash the tea towel?
Yes, I’ve had a lot of success washing my iron-on projects!