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« on: October 12, 2010 12:40:47 PM »

 Hey all...I am one of the NUT JOBS you see every year on New Years morning running into the freezing Atlantic Ocean Smiley I am a Polar Penguin but I can never find a hooded penguin towel for an Adult ....Anyone have a pattern the will share for a hooded towel for an adult? I can figure out the Penguin part...
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« Reply #1 on: October 13, 2010 07:56:49 AM »

I made a hooded towel for my nephews for Christmas last year...it was super easy!  Just start off with a regular towel that's the size you need (I like the bath sheets for adults), then...actually, have you ever seen the scoodie tutorial?  It's exactly like that, but with a sheet instead of a scarf.  Just make a hood, either wing it or trace one off a jacket or hoodie you already have, then sew it onto the center of the long side of the towel.  Sew a lining around the curved part of the hood that goes around your face, right sides together, flip the lining to the inside, press under the bottom and stitch in the ditch, or slip stitch it down.  It's incredibly easy!

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