3 Ways to make your own hooded towels – Part 2

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  • Jill

    Nice ideas – thanks for explaining! Can you tell me what I should be looking for to find a quality towel? How do I recognize if it is quality in the store? Is it more than just $$?

    • http://onelittleproject.com/ Debbie

      Well, for starters, the towels I bought were on the thin side, and I could see some of the other towels in the pile were snagged, even though the ones I picked up looked fine. The towels shouldn’t be too thick or they won’t go through the sewing machine. You don’t need to buy a super expensive towel, but look for something that feels sturdy, soft and a little bit fluffy. I hope that helps!

  • Ann

    Your Models are absolutely the cutest!

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  • Sarah

    These towels are wonderful. I made one for each of my kids, using a combinations of tutorials. Even though this is my first sewing project, they turned out great! It kind of works out that the fluffiness of the towels is able to hide mistakes or uneven stitching. (kids and I both love the pockets! Thinking I may use a different fabric for pockets in the future, flannel maybe?)

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