Free Hooded Towels Tutorial – Bunny and Fox

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This free hooded towels tutorial includes step-by-step instructions, how to make both a bunny and a fox hooded towel.

Pattern Details

Pattern Details

When my son started growing out of his store bought hooded towels I decided to try my hand at making him some versions with regular sized towels and I was really happy with how they turned out. Now that my daughter is getting older, it’s time to start making some for her. Today in this Free Hooded Towels Tutorial I’m going to show you how to make both a bunny & fox hooded towel–perfect for Easter and also for gift giving!

This free hooded towels tutorial includes both full step-by-step instructions, as well as the pattern pieces you’ll need.  They are pretty easy to make and are so warm and cozy when finished!

The pattern is trim-free, and comes in A4 or US letter size.

 

Kelly Ballou

Kelly Ballou

I'm Kelly--sewing enthusiast, mom, and blogger over at Sew a Little Seam. I have a tendency to start way more projects than I can finish, but getting started is half the battle, right? I also like to collect hobbies: horseback riding, scrapbooking, hockey, cooking,--you name it I want to try it. Thanks for stopping by! You can also visit me at sewalittleseam.com.

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What you'll need

Sewing level: Beginner

Options included: Bunny face or Fox face.

Fabric requirements: 1 full size towel, 1 hand towel in a matching color, a cotton fabric for the interior of the ears and the cheeks/nose

Notions: Thread, fusible web, 2 buttons for the eyes, 1/2 inch double fold bias tape/binding, optional interfacing for fox version.

Tools required: Sewing machine, pins, scissors, tape measure (serger/overlocker not required).

Kelly Ballou

Kelly Ballou

I'm Kelly--sewing enthusiast, mom, and blogger over at Sew a Little Seam. I have a tendency to start way more projects than I can finish, but getting started is half the battle, right? I also like to collect hobbies: horseback riding, scrapbooking, hockey, cooking,--you name it I want to try it. Thanks for stopping by! You can also visit me at sewalittleseam.com.

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PATTERN TESTING

Every pattern we make has been tried & tested first by our team, then by specially selected pre-testers, then by a group of up to 50 different sewers of different abilities, ages, sizes, shapes, body types, and experience levels.

We literally spend hours designing, testing and checking the pattern to make sure it works and the instructions are easy to follow. Hopefully you’ll love the end result as much as we do! But, if for any reason you don’t, please get in touch so we can help.

PRODUCT SALES & LICENSING INFORMATION

This pattern can be used to make beautiful little garments for personal use, or can be made in limited quantities to sell. You can only sell the finished product; you cannot sell the pattern or these instructions. We’d love you to include a credit to www.rebecca-page.com as the pattern designer when you make garments from the pattern to sell, but it’s up to you. If you don’t, that’s ok too.

THIS IS A DOWNLOAD-ONLY PATTERN

As soon as you have paid you will receive a link to download the pattern, so you can get started immediately if you like. Note, this is a digital, download-only pattern. You will not receive a physical copy in the post.

Kelly Ballou

Kelly Ballou

I'm Kelly--sewing enthusiast, mom, and blogger over at Sew a Little Seam. I have a tendency to start way more projects than I can finish, but getting started is half the battle, right? I also like to collect hobbies: horseback riding, scrapbooking, hockey, cooking,--you name it I want to try it. Thanks for stopping by! You can also visit me at sewalittleseam.com.

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