This towel monkey is a cute addition to your bathroom and an
incredible way to impress your guests! Depending on the color of
the towel, it can also pass for a rubber chicken. Cruise lines and
bed and breakfast motels use these quite often.

Body

  1. Lay the bathtowel flat.
     

  2. Roll ends to center.

    Roll ends to center.

    Ends rolled to middle.

    Ends rolled to middle.

    Roll the towel from both ends to the centerline.
     

  3. Pull corners of towel out of roll.

    Pull corners of towel out of roll.

    Reach inside the rolls to locate and pull out the towel corners
    from the centers of the rolls.

  4. Hold the two corners from one end of the towel in one hand and
    the two corners from the other end in your other hand.

  5. Pulling ends away from each other.

    Pulling ends away from each other.

    Pull towel ends gently apart.
     

  6. "Body" on the hanger.

    Gently drop the smaller end (or which ever, if they are equal) and
    clip the longer ends to the hanger clips. This forms the
    body.

The Head

  1. Handtowel ready to fold

    Handtowel ready to fold

    Lay a hand towel flat.
     

  2. Fold in half.

    Fold in half.

    Fold the hand towel in half, short end touching the opposite short
    end.
     

  3. Roll corners to the center.

    Roll corners to the center.

    Roll two opposite corners (either two, doesn’t matter so long as
    they are opposite each other) in toward the middle until the rolls
    touch.
     

  4. Rolling from one end to the other.

    Rolling from one end to the other.

    Roll the newly made "scroll" snuggly from the folded end
    toward the open end.
     

  5. Pulling top flap up and around the roll.

    Pulling top flap up and around the roll.

    Roll the upper flap of the open end around the roll.
     


  6. Pull lower flap down and

    Pull lower flap down and "around" the head roll to form the
    "mouth".

    Fold and tuck the lower flap of the open end down and around the
    roll in the opposite direction, forming the head (upper flap with
    roll) and mouth (lower flap, folded back under the roll).
     

  7. Head on the body.

    Head on the body.

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