Kitchen Caddy

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Easy to make in a single shop session, these attractive kitchen items make a perfect home for coffee filters, recipe cards or booklets, a notepad or just about anything else you want to keep handy in the kitchen.

There are probably two standard shapes that can be associated with the kitchen. One is the outline of a rolling pin, the other is that of an old cutting board - the main body was a short rectangle with rounded corners; a handle on one end of the rectangle always had a convenient hanging hole.

While not so common today, this shape was repeated throughout the kitchen – cast iron trivets, potholders, stove guards and even items with no truly useful kitchen function other than decoration shared the shape. 

I guess it was for this reason, then, that that I used this shape when I made a wooden holder for coffee filters for our kitchen some 20 years ago.

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