Tutorial: 30-minute baby changing pad

Tutorial: 30-minute baby changing pad

Marissa from Rae Gun Ramblings prefers a diaper changing pad with no fuss, no frills.   Just a rectangle of fabric, slightly padded, that makes a soft clean space for her to change her baby guy’s …

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fabricchargingstationAmy from Positively Splendid shows how you can make a fabric charging station for your cell phone.  She says it also works as a cell phone pocket to hang from a stroller handle. The fabric pocket holds your phone, and a jumbo …

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Stroller-Cell-Phone-CarrierKatie from Made to Be a Momma shows how to make a cell phone pocket to hang on your stroller handle.  She designed it to fit on her umbrella stroller, which is lightweight and portable for spring and summer outings, but which lacks a …

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Tutorial: Car seat canopy with perfect turned cornersJen from iCandy Handmade shows how to make a car seat canopy with folded corners embellished with big buttons.  The folded corners give a peek at the perfectly coordinating lining.  She includes a bonus video tutorial showing the method her mother-in-law …

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Tutorial: Moby style wrap carrierMarissa from Rae Gun Ramblings shares a pair of tutorials showing how to make a Moby style baby wrap carrier.  Her first tutorial how to make the basic wrap out of knit fabric.  She follows it with a guest tutorial …

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A pacifier clip is a handy little baby accessory.  It attaches to the pacifier on one end, and the other clips to the baby’s clothing.  No more lost binkies! Dana from MADE shows how to make one.  Get the tute.

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Kate from See Kate Sew shows how to make a pacifier clip.  If you haven’t seen these before, they’re a strip of ribbon or loop of fabric at end and a clip at the other.  The loop attaches to baby’s pacifier, the …

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Melanie from The Crafty Cupboard shows how to make a pacifier clip to keep the passie from falling to the ground when it slips out of baby’s hands or mouth.  You can make them from pretty ribbon or from scraps of fabric.  …

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Taylor from Taylor Made shares a tutorial at Honest to Nod showing how to make a little fabric bag to hold a baby’s pacifier.  A ribbon at the top allows you to tie the pouch around the slats of a crib …

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Need to make a quick project for a baby shower?  How about a Binky Leash and Bag?  The fabric strap helps keep up with a pacifier, and the little drawstring bag keeps it protected from germs and fuzz when not being used.  …

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Heather from Small Fry & Co. shows how to make a Taggie Binkie Clip.  The clip keeps a baby’s pacifier from dropping on the ground, while the little ribbon tags are an intriguing surface for small fingers.  (If you’re concerned …

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Head over to Merriment Design to find out how to make this burp cloth that also helps keep toys and paci’s off of the floor and right where you need them.  The fabric strip stitched down the middle makes it …

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Melissa from Love Affair With My Brother shares a tutorial showing how to make a Bounce Back Strap.  This little stretchy strap is what you need if you have a baby who loves the “drop it on the floor” game.  …

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Jessica from Running With Scissors shows how to make a pacifier clip.  One end of the clip attaches to the pacifier, the other to a bib or the child’s clothing.  Then, when the baby decides to drop the pacifier, it …

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Dana from MADE shares a tutorial at Sew, Mama, Sew! showing how to make a pacifier clip.  Hers are made from fun cotton prints, which most of us have in abundance already.  They’re quick to make and oh, so handy for parents of …

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