Like a lot of fellas, my husband LOVES camo. Our home would be painted camoflauge if I would let him paint it like that. This week my hubby was searching the web and came across these towels. Our bathroom is in the lodge theme and they would fit just right.
Then I looked at the price and said "No way, I can make them cheaper than that." The hand towel was $11.99 and the bath towel was $24.99. And this is my version....
I thought that I would share how I made these.
You need towels and camoflouge or any other material that you choose. My bath towels were 30 inches wide, so I only need a total of 1/4 yard for all four towels.
I just cut the camoflouge in strips of 3 1/2" by with of fabric. You need to cut two of these. I then serged the edges of the material. If you do not have a serger, you can use a zig zag stitch.
I pressed the sides of the camoflauge in 1/4" on both sides.
I pinned the strip of material to the towel at desired area. (On mine the bath towels was 3 3/4" from bottom of towel to bottom of camo. Hand towel was 2") Measure all the way across and make sure that the camo is exact. You don't want a crooked line.
Run a seam along the edge of the camo. I folded in the ends, so the serged edge could not be seen.
And there you have it, a great towel for any CAMO guy or gal!
I like them so much better than the plain brown towels we had in there before. Who knew that Camoflauge was contagious?
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