I'm sharing this tutorial under one condition. If you and I are ever going to the same baby shower, I get to give them the towel! wink, wink
I like these so much better than most store bought baby towels. They're cheaper to make, averaging around $10 per towel, and they're much bigger, thicker and softer. My almost six year old is still using his and loves it.
They're nice a big for babies and easily fit a two year old or four year old.
*I hope you can see the pictures all right. I took them several years ago and they're a little dark!*
Oversized bath towel
Hand towel (one hand towel will make two hooded towels)
Ribbon, at least 1.5Ã¢â¬Â wide
Rotary cutter and mat (optional)
Step 1: Cut Hand Towel
Cut hand towel in half (I prefer using a rotary cutter and mat)