Applique hooded towels are one of my favorite things to make for kids. They are fun, cute, and super easy to embroider then sew or serge together. There are lots of sites that sell “peeker” designs that fit nicely right above the seam of the hood. For this project I made a simple design using Embrilliance Essentials and fonts that I already had to say “J is for Jude” but you can use this tutorial to all any embroidered or applique hooded towel. I will also cover how to appliqué and a trick to keep your appliqué material to not bubble or pucker after you wash it.
Applique Hooded Towel Supplies:
- 1 bath towel and 1 hand towel
- Cutting Mat
- Rotary Blade
- Farmhouse Lemonade Applique Font
- Ballon Embroidery Font
- Davidson Embroidery Font
- Embrilliance Essentials
- PE800 Embroidery Machine
- 5×7 Hoop
- Tear Away Stabilizer
- Spray Adhesive
- Water Soluble Topper
- Disappearing Ink Marker
- Exquisite Embroidery Thread
- Thread Stand
- Applique Material
- Fusible Fleece
- Mini Iron
- Organ 75/11 Embroidery Needles
- Pre-Wound Bobbins
- Sewing Machine
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