Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Hooded Towel Tutorial

Hooded Towels are something that every child should have.
I grew up not having one and I was very jealous of those that did.
With how easy these are to make, there are no excuses. :)

This tutorial takes one large towel and one hand towel and embellishments such as ribbon, fabric, or trims, and all of these you can get from The Ribbon Retreat. You can make it as girly as can be or a simple as you'd like. The possibilities are endless.

Check out the Hooded Towel Tutorial by 
heading over to The Ribbon Retreat Blog.


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  1. This is so awesome and such perfect timing!! I need to make one of these for a friend's daughter's birthday gift this coming week. AWESOME! Id love for you to link up to my fashion linky party! It's called DIY Diva Thursdays and we party every TH-M :)


  2. I loved these towels when my kids were little. I'd love it if you'd come link up to my Home and Family Friday linky party.


  3. That is really cute. My guy is about to outgrow his current one - I'm thinking now I should make one in a larger size!

  4. My son's about to enter his second childhood so these could be a hit in his college dorm! So cute!

  5. This looks amazing-I'm your newest follower-stop by for a visit!

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  7. My kids really love using their Hooded Towels, One time my eldest request me to find embroidered cartoon character on a Hooded towels but i can't find them anywhere so I decided to buy bathrobes with her favorite embroidered cartoon character, until now shes 11 years old still her favorite. :)

    By the way thank for sharing this blog.