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Baby Bath Apron Towel & Mitt

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Brand New Baby Bath Apron Towel & Bath Mitt PDF Sewing Pattern

These Baby Bath Towel Aprons give your little one a safe net to snuggle into when you pull them up and out of the bath. Little newborns and babies and toddlers are slippery little things when getting them out of the bath. Just lay them on the change table, floor or bed right from the bath and know that they are safe in your arms.

The Baby Bath Apron is designed to slip on and off with a hands free shrug so you can keep your hands securely around the little one.

Your little one has something bright and colorful to look at on the chest area and the towel keeps you dry at the same time.

BONUS: Pattern also includes sewing instructions for a coordinating bath mitt to wash your little one.

Makes a great Baby shower gift and is an original item to sell at craft shows. One size fits all, you can use a small or medium sized towel for petite ladies or for large dads; works equally well. The template provided is easy to follow and fits all sized towels.

Included are step by step detailed instructions in English, materials list and cutting help. Every step has at least one photo and there are lots of sewing tips along the way.

by s. ferraro
on April 30th, 2014

i can't believe how easy it was to search for the pattern, buy the pattern, download the pattern and instructions, and best yet, make the apron!! I love the free apps and all the available patterns, not only for sewing but crocheting and other needlework ideas.

by T. Vallo
on April 9th, 2014

This was so easy to make! I have a little experience with making cloths so that helped. I have made 4 aprons for new mom friends of mine and I looking forward to making some for myself. The only concerns I had was the pattern didn't exactly match the instructions so to someone who didn't know what they were doing it would have been a little confusing.

by van Waardenburg, Lori
on June 27th, 2013

Bought the pattern several months ago but just made the apron. The pattern was easy to follow and was a quick project. Love the fact that you use the entire towel by making the wash mitt. I used the same fabric from the towel to make the babies initial on the wash mitt. It tied everything together for a great, easy gift. I think that I will try to use some hardware on the straps and not sew them together so that they truly are adjustable. Great pattern though!

by T. Kaufman
on June 24th, 2013

THIS WAS NOT ONLY EASY TO MAKE IT IS SO
I MADE TWO OF THESE FOR MY DAUGHTERS BABY 'S GONNA LOVE
I MADE THEM WITH A VERY LARGE TOWEL (BATH SHEET) AND JUST MADE A KIND OF "SCOOP POUCH" SO THE TOWEL DID NOT HANG SO DON'T WANT TO TRIP WHILE HOLDING THE PRECIOUS LITTLE AND IT GIVES AN AREA FOR BABIES LITTLE FEET TO TUCK IN WHAT CAN CREATE SMALL CHANGES IF YOU LIKE, IF NOT THE PATTERN IS EASY AND MAKES FOR A SUPER NEAT GIFT!!!

by C. Ayer
on May 26th, 2013

Just bought my towel and fabric to make this. My niece who is expecting is very excited about it. Seems easy enough.

by Roberts, Kasey
on March 28th, 2013

Made this for a shower gift for first-time parents. They loved it! The pattern was fairly easy to follow but I did have a little bit of difficulty when it came to joining the straps together. But the pictures helped and I am definitely going to make more!

by Kincade, Peg
on March 14th, 2013

I made this baby bath towel for the baby shower of a great grand baby. It was very easy and the new mommy loved it. Everyone at the shower thought it darling & very use full. I am going to make 2 more for expected babies.
Peg

by G. Harris
on January 29th, 2013

I made 2 of these for a baby shower. Easy to follow. I embroidered the wash mitts fronts and after doing so I realized one was done upside down. What I did then was to cover it with a strip of the matching material done the same way as the front making that one the back and embroider what was to be the back to be the new front. I also put material on othe other back to match the other towel. She loved them!!!

by S. Evans
on January 14th, 2013

Loved this pattern! Super simple yet super useful! I have made 2 and will post pictures. Pictures were very helpful and the pattern itself is adjustable. First apron I made was strictly following the pattern. The second apron, I didn't realize I was running low on the fabric I wanted to use and got creative by embroidering the front and using the fabric remnants to make the straps.

 

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• 1 medium sized bath towel (usually 24-28” by 48-54”)
• 1 half yard of quality cotton (for chest design)
• OR (1- 3 strips of minimum 1 inch wide ribbon
• Coordinating thread for towel and for cotton
• scissors, tape measure or ruler, pins

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