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Thread: Towel Wrap for your Head * Tutorials (Enjoy!)

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    Towel Wrap for your head and would be cute with some quilted blocks for decoration along the edge

    http://www.skiptomylou.org/2008/09/0...for-your-hair/

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    I just might make this one.

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    that is cool!

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    Nice tute. Thanks for sharing.

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    Everyone is welcome, enjoy!

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    Way cute. My girls will love it.
    Thanks for sharing

    Sandra

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    Nice thanks

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    Just got the towel wrap download as my grand daughter has long hair.
    Thanks craftybear.

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    i used to have one from one of those "call now" ads. works great for long or short hair. now i can replace mine. thanks

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    I use one of these all the time.... MIL got it from QVC, now I can make my own. Thanks

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    Love these things. They are great for drying your hair.

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    This towel wrap seems pretty easy to make. thanks for sharing

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    I just made 4 of these in less than 30 minutes.

    I made a paper pattern from brown packing paper. I iron the paper to get the wrinkles out from shipping.

    Used my serger to sew them it was great. 2 for my daughter 2 for my daughter in-law.

    Fastest easiest gift I have ever made.

    Thanks a bunch for sharing.

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    I just made 4 of these in less than 30 minutes.

    I made a paper pattern from brown packing paper. I iron the paper to get the wrinkles out from shipping.

    Used my serger to sew them it was great. 2 for my daughter 2 for my daughter in-law.

    Fastest easiest gift I have ever made.

    Thanks a bunch for sharing. :thumbup: :thumbup: :wink:

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    for some reason this link comes up as invalid
    please help

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy is in stitches
    for some reason this link comes up as invalid
    please help
    Google skip to my lou and you should be able to find it.

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    :-) Thank you
    this is the Turbie Hair Twist Directions
    :-)

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    it is simular I am told.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy is in stitches
    for some reason this link comes up as invalid
    please help
    It goes to GoDaddy when I try.

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    Hi,

    I just brought up the link and is okay

    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy is in stitches
    for some reason this link comes up as invalid
    please help

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    Great!

    Thanks for letting us know you made some of them

    Quote Originally Posted by Lizzytish
    I just made 4 of these in less than 30 minutes.

    I made a paper pattern from brown packing paper. I iron the paper to get the wrinkles out from shipping.

    Used my serger to sew them it was great. 2 for my daughter 2 for my daughter in-law.

    Fastest easiest gift I have ever made.

    Thanks a bunch for sharing. :thumbup: :thumbup: :wink:

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