How to sew a robe for a child, if you can not cut? Step-by-step photos will help you understand how to make a children's bathrobe yourself

How to sew a robe for a child, if you can not cut? Step-by-step photos will help you understand how to make a children's bathrobe yourself

To sew a bathrobe for a childtowels, you will need a maximum of two hours. You do not need to be a seamstress or a cutter. Following our advice, any parents can sew a dressing gown for their baby. What is needed for this?

  • large towel
  • half a meter of fabric
  • dress or jacket that sits freely on your child. How to sew a robe for a child, if you can not cut? Learn from the master class! Step-by-step photos will help you figure it out .. Фото №1

What to do? 1. Fold the towel four times. Put it on a flat surface and place itDress or T-shirt from above so that the collar center coincides with the central angle of the towel and the sleeves pass in the direction of the open side of the towel. 2. Cut around the dress or t-shirt, leaving about 15 cm around. Do not cut anything at the top of the towel, just around the bottom of the sleeve. 3. Open the towel and place it flat, as in the picture below, cut the front part in the middle. 4. Make a hood using two cut pieces of towel. Now is the right time to try on a hoodon the child. Put the hood on his head and mark the desired height. If the child is not near, when you are going to sew, measure the distance from the top of the head to the neck in advance. 5. To attach the hood to the towel, you will need to measure the width of the hood, and then divide by 4. Now, create a cut on the dressing gown: fold the gown four times, like you did in the beginning. Measure out the required distance (1/4 of the width of the hood) and cut all 4 layers at the same time. 6. Pin the hood with the pins to the neck you just created - and sew. 7. Connect the robe with pins under your hands - and sew. 8. Now you have the gown base. Let's start to finish it! Here you can step back from the instructions and express your imagination. 9. Cut the fabric strips 12 cm wide. Sew them the edges of the dressing gown and hood. Also it is necessary to sew from this fabric a belt which it is desirable to sew to a back of a dressing gown that it was not lost. 10. Then you can cut two squares from the same fabric, using patterned scissors - and make appliques. Voilà! The bathrobe is ready and the money is not spent! I hope this instruction will be useful for parents.

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