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baby pillow DIY Bathing Suit Cover Up for Kids pillow covers farmhouse
Updated: 2020-01-17 03:51

Do you have kids who love to swim? If so, raise your hand if you have heard any of these before {imagine them being read in a whiny voice}…;

Ummm, I have heard all of thosebaby pillow, repeatedly from my twins for several summers now. NO MORE! I did something about it after finding this awesome tutorial from my friend Corey at Tinysidekick. I followed Corey's basic tutorial but added my own twist by adding some adorable pom pom trim to mine. Read on to learn how to make your own! This post contains some affiliate links. Click here to read my full disclosure policy.

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1. Fold the towel in half and hold it up to your child. Place pins to mark the width of yourchild's head.

2. Cut about 1 inch vertical slits down each side where you placed your pins. Then cut the towel apart at the fold by making a horizontal cut. At this point, make sure the towel fits over your child's head. If it does not, make your hole a little bit bigger but making your vertical cuts a little bit longer.

3. Make very small cuts at the corners of the short edges of the rectangle shape {just enough to allow you to fold over a tiny edge to sew}. Then pin all 4 flaps in to place as pictured below.

4. Sew into place and then trim away any excess fabric.

5. Now it's time to have fun with the pom pom trim! Pin your trim in place and then sew it on. It's quick, easy and adds such a special touch! My girly girls LOVE the trim.

That's it! Here is the finished product :)

It took me about 20 minutes per cover up to make. Talk about a smart investment of my time. My girls love them and now there is no more towel drama. Other moms at the pool keep asking me to make some for their kids–;they are quite a hit. A special thanks to my friend Corey at Tiny Sidekick for her tutorial and inspiration!

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