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Children love to feel cozy and warm when they get out of the bath or swimming pool. Hooded towels are the perfect thing for helping them feel wrapped up in your affection! Hooded towels are easy to make, and they become even more treasured when they have been personalized. This pattern has instructions for making the hooded towel and then personalizing it with the turtle and child's name applique. The pattern pieces include the turtle applique and all letters of the alphabet in upper and lower case.
The pattern also includes instructions and pieces for making the Turtle Toy, a stuffed felt turtle who takes on even more personality with hand embroidery stitches. There are step-by-step photos and instructions for the hand embroidery stitches used on the face and turtle shell. The turtle toy is a fairly easy project to complete. You can make one for all of your children or grandchildren! This is also a project children can learn to make. You and your children can enjoy working on this project together, side-by-side.
For 1 personalized, hooded towel:
One bath towel
One hand towel
Coordinating cotton scraps for personalizing
Interfacing or stabilizer remnant
Lace remnant (optional for girl towel)
For 1 turtle toy:
4 coordinating colors of felt remnants. The largest needs to be approximately 8” in diameter
Hand Sewing Needle
© 2012 Corativity www.corativity.com. This pattern may be used for personal use or for creating a product to sell.