With winter coming on, you will want to make sure that your baby stroller is all ready for the colder weather so that going out and about with your child is always a fun, snugly adventure.
I can tell you from experience that the whole world takes on a different glow for baby when viewed from this Winter Stroller Blanket Bag that you’ve made with your very own hands.
Even if you think you’re not particularly handy with your sewing skills, you’ll want to try your hand at this easy-to-construct project. These simple step-by-step instructions will help you customize the design to exactly fit your baby’s stroller and show you how to draw up the pattern, how to cut it out, assemble it and stitch it up in such a short time that you – and your baby – are sure to be completely delighted with the results.
If you have a fabric stash of left over materials from previous sewing projects, you are likely to find the bits and pieces that you need for this one. But you can also visit the remnants section in your local fabric store. I’m always amazed at what I find there, and usually at a very good price. Just look for some small pieces of sturdy, all cotton fabric, and a small amount of batting to cushion and insulate your finished bag.
So, let’s get started! Bring out your baby stroller and the flexible tape measure you use for sewing. Then follow along with these eleven simple steps to create your very own customized Winter Stroller Blanket Bag for your child’s winter fun.
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