Burp Cloth with the Cricut Easy Press, Maker & Thermoweb HeatnBond

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Burp!  That’s not something you usually see a blog post start with!  Of course, we are talking baby burp cloths.  This burp cloth started with a towel from the Target Dollar Spot!  I couldn’t resist the cheery orange and pink stripes.  Of course, I had to add a cute ruffler (you can watch my tutorial here to find out how).

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Now,  you know I couldn’t stop with just a ruffle!  I had to get the Cricut Maker & Cricut Easy Press involved!  I mean, hello?!!  This fun, little, ruffled towel was screaming for some pretty letters that said BURP!  It was so easy with the help of HeatnBond Lite Adhesive.

So… you want to know how I made this little ditty?  Here’s a tutorial for yo

 

Baby Burp Cloths

Hey there everyone!  It’s me…again… twice in one day!

I have the day off and I didn’t get to post last week, so I am bringing you a bonus project today.

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I needed a super easy, super quick baby gift this past weekend.  I made a set of 3 burb cloths in about 20 minutes.  I can’t even get to the store to buy something that quickly.

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I think they turned out so cute and what new mom doesn’t need some practical gifts to go along with all of those darling baby outfits.

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A little ribbon and you’ve got yourself a really cute baby gift.  You probably already have scraps of fabric or fat quarters just waiting to be made into cute baby gifts!

Burp Cloths (2 of 5)

Here’s another set.  I made these with fat quarters from Walmart.  Don’t they look cute together?!!

A little tip:  When sewing with terry cloth, use a longer stitch length (I used a 3.0 to sew it together and a 3.5 to topstitch).

I made you a quick tutorial, but these are so easy, you probably don’t even need it.  ).