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DIY Hooded Towels for Kids!


I got a sewing machine for Christmas and this is my first project!  Cute, am I right??  There aren't any close up pictures because frankly the stitching is embarrassing, but they work!!  I washed them and they still held together..lol

Thanks to my friends and this DIY Hooded Towel You Tube Video we made it happen.  Material wise, all you need is a regular towel and a hand towel.  It ended up costing me $8 per finished hooded towel, but come to find out the towels I bought went on clearance the very next day...sheesh...so you could definitely do it for less. :)
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momto8 said…
duh?! that is a great idea....and easy enough to do. I wish I would have thought of it.!
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