Monday, 16 November 2009

B is for Bath Sheet

It's Metamorphosis Monday over at Susan's Between Naps on the Porch and I'd like to take part by showing you my little project that took just about an hour one day last week.

First I have to confess - I had a bit of a spending spree at the Cath Kidston site. Not only did I order the blue polka dot quilt and pillowcases, I also got these two wonderful bath sheets:




Sorry the picture is a bit blurred, don't quite know what happened there. Perhaps I was trembling with excitement over my new fluffy towels with cowboys and polka dots no less. Yippee!

Anyway, now I didn't really need as many plain white bath sheets for myself, but my daughter did. Plain white is a bit boring for an eleven year old though, so I decided to make it a little more interesting.

Take one plain white bath sheet:



and an old blue hand towel that's always at the bottom of the pile because no one wants to use it. I'm pretty sure it's been washed enough times for all the excess colour to have come out (we're talking an old towel here):



Mark out a kind of rugby ball shape and cut out:



Then cut a weird shape out of an old black t-shirt:




Then take an old face cloth (why do I have so much old bathroom stuff in my house?) and cut out two discs (can you guess what it is yet?):





And two pupils from the t-shirt:






Attach the face to the bath sheet using Bondaweb and then zigzag stitch around the edges:



One happy daughter and a fun way to have celebrated Sesame Street's anniversary last week.
Blessings,
Andi








15 comments:

  1. Very cute, I love that cowboy fabric--super chic. I clicked to follow you and hope you will come by and do the same.

    Cheri

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  2. i love it thats sooo made me giggle! ;0)

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  3. This is jsut so precious!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  4. SOOO cute. I would love to see the polka dot quilt too! My rag bag is now bigger than my linen closet--NOT a good thing :)

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  5. What a great idea, it's so cute. Love the cowboy design too.
    Ann x

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  6. Just adorable, made me smile as I scrolled down!

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  7. Too adorable! You are so clever! When my daughter was little she loved the cookie monster! She would have loved that!

    Love the tutorial!

    Tina

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  8. wow that is just the cuttest thing ever, how creative you are, so clever....Love your blog, I am a new follower of yours and I will be back, Come for a visit...

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  9. That is just the cutiest ideal. You are so clever. Thanks for sharing and for visiting.
    Sandy

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  10. Cookie Monster is my favorite. I love your towell.

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  11. That's great! I've been having a browse and enjoying lots of your other makes too. Thanks for your comment on my blog - indeed, I was a bit staggered!

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  12. Tee hee, this is fantastic! I just love it!!!!
    Thank you for your message ~ oohhh 35 being the new 21 I like the sound of that! You have certainly put a smile on my face today!!! *giggle*
    Have a lovely weekend & thank you for the birthday wishes.
    love
    Alison
    x

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  13. Pink kind of creeps in, doesn't it? Thanks for comment re crochet on my blog.... it was HUGE learning curve, I can tell you.........

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  15. priceless post really cute collection of bath sheets. we also deal in Luxury Bath Sheets in uk. thanks for sharing such a nice post

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