Monday, August 15, 2011

Bath Time Mitts

I got one of these bath mitts as a gift to use when giving my son a bath. I thought it was very cute and useful for bath time so I decided to make some myself. They are a very simple project and require very little fabric. I used pieces from my scrap pile to make these two bath mitts.


You will need non stretchy fabric for the front of the mitt and terrycloth for the back of the mitt and elastic (optional).

1. Use the template to cut one piece from terry cloth and one from your non stretchy fabric. You may wish to also cut a strip for embellishment as seen on my green polka dot mitt. You may make the mitt larger or smaller if desired.












2. If you are using a strip of embellishment fabric decide where on the mitt you would like it to go and pin it to the top of the fabric while slightly folding the top and bottom under to prevent fraying. Sew the top and bottom of the embellishment fabric.

3. Place the two fabric pieces (the patterned fabric and terrycloth) with right sides together. Sew around the mitt leaving the top unsewn.

4. Fold the top over about a half inch and sew making sure not to sew the mitt closed. If desired you may add elastic to the top band.

5. Turn inside out and use during bath time.

3 comments:

raising4princesses said...

I'm really impressed. That is very crafty. The material is super cute also. I just started a new link up party on my blog today and I'd love for you to join it. http://caribbeanmissionarywife.blogspot.com/2011/08/t-time-21-and-link-up.html have a lovely day, Maria

Melanie @ bear rabbit bear said...

Wow! How great! What a neat idea.

I'd love for you to stop by and link this to our Crafts for Under Twenty Somethings link party. It's a blog party dedicated to all things kids and teens, so you post would be perfect! It runs through Saturday- hope to see you there!

Melanie
http://bearrabbitbear.blogspot.com/2011/08/crafts-for-under-twenty-somethings_17.html

About Mrs. G said...

Great job! I'd love for you to come link this up at my blog hop!
http://growingupgardner4.blogspot.com/2011/08/gardner-grub-diy-olive-garden-soup.html