Our DIY Fall tea towels are great for gifts or to add a little color to your own kitchen. This downloadable design is for a PDF that can be printed onto heat transfer sheet using an inkjet printer at home. We used an Avery brand that we picked up at our office supply store. Once you have downloaded the PDF of the designs, print them out onto the transfer sheets. You will be printing them in reverse so don’t let that alarm you when you see the reverse. Place the image, print side down onto your tea towels and transfer with a hot iron. You can follow the instructions on the transfer sheet package to get the best results. Wrap this up with a pretty bow and a bundle of recipe cards and you have a wonderful Fall themed gift. Enjoy! ~ Lia
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Hi! What a cute project!
What kind of paper is good for printing and transfer? (I’m in Brazil!)
We used an ink-jet printer friendly transfer paper (https://www.amazon.com/Avery-Transfers-Printers-light-colored-08938/dp/B0006HV2ZE/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1507917444&sr=8-2&keywords=avery+inkjet+iron-on), hopefully you can find something similar!
Thanks these are great!
Thank you for sharing so many great projects with us! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!
Thank you Carla, you too!!
Those 100% cotton flour sacks sold at Walmart would be good tea towel fabric.
Yes! These are flour sacks as well and the smooth finish makes a great transfer.
I can’t get this one to open up either.
Have you signed in to your membership?
Where in Portland do you find good quality plain white tea towels for this project?
Try New Seasons, West Elm or Sur La Table.
Love this. By chance are you going to do a Christmas one so we could make it as a neighbor gift?
Also where did you pick up your Towels?
They are flour sack towels from SurLaTable.
Now that is a good idea!