Monday, June 29, 2009
Sunday, June 21, 2009
Saturday, June 20, 2009
I currently don't have any made, so you can tell me what colors you would like, and we can go from there.
Allow for a couple of days to make it and time for shipping...so around 1 to 2 weeks...And if you are local (East Bay, CA) shipping is obviously free if you pick it up!
I'm selling them for $22. (plus $3 shipping)
So total is $25.
If you are interested, please shoot me an email
and we can get creative with your unique one-of-a-kind diaper carrier!
Thanks to everyone interested...
Wednesday, June 17, 2009
I have included two tutorials that I have generally based my hooded towel off of. Since I'm not a huge fan of doing tutorials, these will have to do. Let's face it, there's would be better than mine anyways, right?
1 large bath towel
1 hand towel
Cut your hand towel in exactly half widthwise.
Discard or save the other half of the hand towel for a future hooded towel.
I always stitch a little bit of ribbon or ric-rac along the front ribbing of the towel for some added decoration and to up the cuteness factor. You can press it on with a little bit of stich-wichery if you’d like first to hold it in place before you stitch the ribbon on straight.
Fold the cut hand towel in half, right sides together. Now measure 3” or 4” over on the top half folded side on each side and mark with a pin. Draw a line with a pencil from the marked spot with the pin all the way down to the bottom corner, on each side. This will make a sort-of upside down right triangle. Now stitch along this line. Turn right side out and the hood is done.
Fold the bath towel in half, wrong sides together.
Measure over 4 inches from the fold and 4 inches down from the top and stitch. You should have just sewn a 4” straight line.
Open bath towel and lay flat. Flatten the tuck. I always baste this across the top to keep it in place for the next step.
Now lay your bath towel flat on the floor with the right side on top. Now take your hood, turn it upside down and lay it on the top edge of your bath towel, with top of hood facing up. Line up exact center of hood and exact center of towel and pin together. Stitch from one side edge of the hood to the other side edge of the hood, connecting it to the edge of the bath towel. Go back along the same line and zig-zag stitch across the length to secure the stitch.
Thursday, June 11, 2009
So here are a couple of samples of ones I've made so far...many more to come. And I'm thinkin' if ya'll are interested, a giveaway might be coming up! I'm also thinking about selling them too, if anyone is interested...Let me know what you all think!
This one is an "adult" one that I made for a friend....The one above is a little bigger and looks cuter on a little girl!