How to Make a Hooded Towel for Kids





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Published on Jul 17, 2011

In this week's sewing tutorial I teach you how easy it is to make a hooded towel for your kids. These hooded towels are all the rage and can cost upwards of $30 US in the stores. You can make one for a few dollars and decorate it with any fabric you want. It's a great project to give as a gift for baby showers or for young children's birthdays. This is a great beginner project! Make these hooded towels for your kids or give them as gifts to family and friends.

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To make this Hoodie Towel you only need a few supplies:

-bath towel
-2 pieces of towel cut to 10"-14" square (depending on age of child)
-2" wide strip of coordinating fabric
-coordinating thread
-some pins
-rotary cutter and mat
-marking device (chalk, etc.)

The video is fully captioned for the hearing impaired. I transcribe the video myself so I can attest as to the accuracy of the captions.

I hope you enjoy this tutorial and consider making it. If you do please upload pictures to our Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/CraftyGemini) because we love to see what you make from the Crafty Gemini tutorials.

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