…comes around - or so they say.
That always struck me as a rather pointless saying, along the lines of “If you lived here, you’d be home by now” and “She’s no better than she ought to be”
But what goes around quite happily in my kitchen is my roller towel.
I’m perversely pleased with this item, and as I was drying my hands on it this recently, I felt it deserved a mention on the blog.
I get a little irritated when teatowels and handtowels get muddled up in kitchens [I notice it happens a lot in school staff kitchens] and unless you have a convenient rail on your cooker [as we do at Cornerstones] it is not always easy to find a good location to hang towels.
When we got married, we were given dozens of towels – including lots of pairs of hand towels. So a few years ago, I took three of those pairs and made three ‘loops’. Bob cut some brackets from some scrap wood, found a bit of chrome tubing, and voila! My roller towel. It is on the door from the kitchen to the utility room – so ideally placed between the two sinks. I store the two clean ones close by, so if the towel does get grubby, I can quickly replace it.
Where do you hang towels and teatowels?
And have you any ingenious solutions to suggest?