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Towel crafts are both fun and useful. Of course we all have older towels laying around that we no longer use. Instead of tossing them, recycle them! In this collection you'll find tons of options to make projects with both new and old towels.
If you like sewing homemade gifts, don't sweat your next party or get-together. Steal the show with 20 Quick Impressive Hostess Gifts. These handmade hostess gifts are perfect for old friends and new acquaintances.
Welcoming a new member to your family is a wonderful and joyous time, but it's also a major drain on your bank account. Money saving tips are always welcomed by new and expectant parents who want to give their baby the best without completely breaking the bank. One way to cut down on the cost of raising a child is to sew some of the items your baby will need. Check out the baby sewing projects below to learn how to make baby clothing and more.
If you have a little one that like to splash in the bathtub, you need a bath towel apron. The top naturally folds down, creating a convenient flap for drying your hands. Use this towel apron pattern to keep yourself dry during bath time.
With some old flip flops and a towel you can make your own slippers as comfy as the ones you'd find at the spa. Use this slipper pattern to create slippers you'll love to wear around the house.
Say bonjour to a totally French and fun new bath routine when you create this Bonjour DIY Bath Mitt. This easy sewing project is adorned with an Eiffel Tower Applique and would look absolutely stunning in your bathroom. Super easy to create, this how to make a bath mitt tutorial shows you how to make a mitt that is both soft and exfoliating. If Paris is not your city of choice, you could easily create it for another city with the proper applique and ribbon.
Kneeling on the hard title floor while giving the kids a bath can do a number on your knees. Create the DIY Bath Mat with Pockets. This free sewing project will not only give knees a comfy place to rest, it's easy storage for bath supplies.
Nothing makes bath time more fun for a kid than an Easter buddy to scruba-dub-dub with. This Easter Chickadee Bath Buddy couldn't be cuter, and it's an easy Easter craft you can make for just a few bucks. Follow along with this simple sewing tutorial to make a Peep look-alike in washcloth form. Any young kid would love to see this adorable little sewing project come bath time. If you've been looking for ideas for Easter crafts you can sew on a budget, this project is perfect for you. Grab some inexpensive wash cloths and get to sewing.
There's nothing more adorable than a handmade hooded bath towel. It's cute and it's useful! The kids will start loving bath time once you learn how to make a hooded towel for kids. Towel craft projects allow you to use a soft material to make wonderful sewn items.