Cruising Demystified: Towel Animals Made Simple

October 16, 2013 | By | 1 Comment

Towel-Elephant
There is little here at Cruise Critic that gives us more pleasure when on a cruise to come back to our cabins and find a lovingly-crafted towel animal waiting for us.
Or, on a Carnival cruise, waking up in the morning and finding an army of the little critters sunbathing on the deckchairs on the lido deck.
But we’ve always wondered: How do they do it? And we bet that you, dear reader, probably are thinking much the same thing.

Which is why it gives us enormous pleasure to share this towel animal infographic (below) with you.
Happy folding! And send us a picture if you’re successful. The best could be published on the Lido Deck!
The Ultimate Towel Folding Guide by Terrys Fabrics
The Ultimate Towel Folding Guide by Terrys Fabrics.

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    One Response to “Cruising Demystified: Towel Animals Made Simple”

    1. ed
      September 24th, 2014 @ 10:09 pm

      when you have too much time on your hands,,,

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