Narelle from Cook Clean Craft had a problem. Her young son needed to transition out of the high chair and to “big boy” dining chairs, but her chairs had no back. He needed a booster seat, but he also needed something to keep him from falling out of the back of the chair.
She put her sewing skills to use and created a unique fabric booster seat. It fits over the chair creating a solid back, and has a thick pillow attached to lift the child high enough to eat at the table. Brilliant!! She’s written a step-by-step tutorial showing how to make one. Get the tute.
Note: It goes without saying that you should not leave a young child unattended in a booster seat, whether it’s one you purchase from a store or one you make yourself.
[photo from Cook Clean Craft]
By Anne Weaver