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Step 14: Sew hood to towel

Using 5/8 inch seam, straight stitch hood to towel (this seam will catch ribbon excess).
Zigzag seam to reinforce.
<p>Seems easy enough, thank you for the easy to follow instructions. I was just looking at hooded towels at the store and they are way over priced for a towel that is any good.</p>
<p>Thank you so so so much! This is the first time I have ever posted on any site! This was the best. Your instructions were awesome! You made it so easy to follow...Thanks! Made this one for a baby shower and now can't wait to make some for my own Grand babies! You are AWESOME!</p>
I used your tutorial to make one for a baby shower this past weekend. Everyone loved it, including the mother-to-be. Thanks for the easy instructions. I will be making another for our baby that's on the way too. Love the ribbon addition. Wonder if we could make it look like a frog or lady bug somehow?
Hi, <br>If you want to make it look like an animal, just add ears to the hood! I made a mousie for our daughter, she loves it!
aaah! ohmygod lookit the baby it's SOOOOO CUUUTEEEE! i could just die right now aaah such a wittle baby ohmygoodness!
I LOVE IT I HAVE MADE SEVERAL HOODED TOWELS THEY MAKE GREAT BABYSHOWER GIFTS THANKS SO MUCH FOR MAKING IT SO EASY TO MAKE THEM!!! LOVE LOVE LOVE!!
really cute, I made one with the point left on the hood for a "pool towel" for the neighbors five year old! Cute
I have made this, and it is very cute. Good instructions.
These instructions are very well written-easily followed by a novice sewer. The photographs show the steps beautifully.
My sister will love this thanks so much.
Very cute job, I like the Winnie the Pooh part. Awesome job, you did a great job! :-)

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