so I changed them to black and white. I did take better pictures of the final product.
Okay, now for the tutorial:My good friend, Susan, has inspired me. Last week at our sewing gathering, she brought a very cute hooded bath towel for my grandson.
This reminded me also of the baby bath apron that my daughter-in-law had.
So I have been experimenting this week.
Creative Cuddler ApronMaterials:
From the coordinating fabric, cut a matching shape with the side under the arm 4”.
Again from the coordinating fabric, cut a 4” strip 28” long. Fold the fabric to the center lengthwise and again in half. Top stitch and cut into 2 14” straps.
Pin the straps to the apron top and the arm hold top. Put the towel and coordinating fabric pieces together right sides together with the straps inside. Sew, turn and top stitch.
To make the corner hood, you will use the piece cut off the top of the towel. Pin it diagonally across the back side of the bottom corner. Sew around the corner and turn toward the front.
Now you have a Creative Cuddler Apron to get your baby out of the tub without losing your grip on the slippery sweetheart.
This is my neighbor. I drug her out of her house to model the apron. I will try to get pictures with a baby later.
Next I will give a tutorial of the Creative Cuddler Hooded Towel.
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