27 September 2010

How to make a hooded towel for kids

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Cindy couldn't just stop at one great towel hack (linked in my post about how well the Turbie Twist towel wrap works for kids). She also made an adorable child's hooded towel out of a regular towel, a hand towel, and some rickrack. Go see!

Related: Baby towels live on as hair-drying towels

Also: How to fold a hooded towel


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Someone gave us one for my first daughter's birth. She loved it so much (and still does at 5) that I made ones for my twins. Pretty much the easiest thing I have ever made.

if I were a litle kid I would definately like this child's hooded towel. I like the way this towel has been designed. I looks very comfortable and beautiful at the same time.

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