I recently purchased some Park Designs Farm House pattern dish towels. They have dark red grain sack type stripes on a neutral homespun fabric.
They are completely no sew and very easy!
Here's how I made and hung them too:
This is one of the dish towels with stripes down one side. They came pre-folded.
I made a cut in the towel about 1/2" above the centerfold of the towel. Then I simply ripped it to the finished hem on the other side and cut the hem. Tearing the fabric made it easy to get the cut even.
I used Peel N Stick doubled sided fabric fuse to hem the bottoms of the towel edge.
I laid the fuse tape along the fold and then removed the paper tape strip.
Then I carefully folded the material over the sticky strip. You can stick and re-stick the fabric to get out any puckers prior to ironing your fuse tape. Then I ironed the towels on the iron's cotton setting.
I stained my clothespins with the steel wool/vinegar stain I keep on hand to age wood.
I hung one towel on my rod with one clothespin on the end and another on the edge of the towel but in the center of the rod. Next I added two more clothespins to hang the center of the towel. You must try to even out the extra fabric between clothespins.
Here are my finished dish towel curtains hung by clothespins! The curtains cost me $16 for the towels, and $4 for the fuse tape. They are perfect for a farmhouse style kitchen.