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Hooded Baby Towel and Washcloth Set

Hooded Baby Towel and Washcloth Set
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"Want to make a baby gift that's a little different than the standard baby blanket? Try this hooded towel and washcloth set. This step-by-step tutorial shows how to make them using one yard of terrycloth and one yard of knit. Pick a knit print that matches the mother's style or nursery decor and you've got a great personalized gift that is also practical. This is an easy project that can be made in very little time."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteIn an evening

Sewn byMachine


Materials List

  • 1 yard knit fabric
  • 1 yard terrycloth

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I just made two of these adorable hooded towels in 3 hours. I didn't have any knit fabric and live out of town so decided to use my baby flannel. They turned out so sweet I can't wait to give them to my friend that is a new grandma. The pattern is very well written and easy to follow. I wrote a thank you note to the author and said I have never worked with knit, but can't wait. I know with how well written the pattern is, I will have a nice gift at the end.

Hooded baby towels are so welcome when it comes to bath time for baby. This is a great gift idea as well. I have made several for grandbabies in my family. To save time and sewing effort, I purchase ready-made terry bath towels and matching or contrasting face towels (wait for a great store sale) and use those to made the hooded towels.


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