This gnome towels is my favorite recipe. It’s a classic dish, just like the dish pictured above. If you’re trying to make it your own, I suggest you go out and do it yourself.
I would suggest you try it yourself. You can try it on every other kitchen table you can find.
The idea is that a lot of people think it’s not even possible to make a gnome towel. That’s because they’ve heard about how difficult it is to actually put a nice thick layer of nap on top of a heavy sheet.
Well, I guess that’s what they say about how hard it is to make a good gnome towel. I know I said it was easy, but I am not that good.
For an easy-to-make towel, the first thing I would do is cut a wide rectangle out of a sheet of non-stick spray paper. The spray paper comes in pretty thick and easy to use (you can buy it at any drug store). Then fold it into a triangle and lay it over a large empty plastic tub. Press down on the sides as you fold, then fold in the middle again.
Then cut out a second triangle from the same square of spray paper and fold it in half. This time fold the paper in half two more times.
I would just lay the tape around the sides of the towel and cut out the ends with two strokes. Then fold in the other two times.
I made this a couple of seasons ago and it still has the same basic idea. I make the paper into a triangle, then fold it, then fold again. I did use a spray can instead of a tub, but it still works just as well.