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This product was designed to solve 2 of the most pressing "travel with baby" problems:
#1 Where do I set the wipes?
The design of the wipes pocket allows you to access wipes without removing them from the pocket, so they are always available during changes and even when the pad is folded. So if you need a wipe to wipe hands or face, they are handy.
#2 Which end of the baby do I leave hanging off the changing pad? This pad is 18" (45.5cm) wide by 28" (71cm) long to fully cover changing stations and even allow you to change toddlers comfortably.
Slip a diaper or two into the folds of this pad, and you are ready to go!
The pad folds and secures to a small 7" by 9" (18x23cm) size which you can then slip into your regular bag or carry by the strap. Easy care: just machine wash and dry.
This dual sided changing pad (one side soft fleece and the other side wipeable for the messy ones) has an attached wipes holder and carrying strap.
unfolded pad approximately 18" x 28"
folded 7" x 9" x about 3" deep.
capacity of wipes pocket: full travel wipes and a couple of small items, like ointment and empty plastic bags.
-1/2 yard fleece
-18" x 28" marine vinyl
-3 yards extra wide double fold bias seam binding
-11.5" of 1.5" wide elastic
-6" diameter circle template for rounding corners
-rotary cutter or pencil and scissors
-thread in white and coordinating with fleece
-Walking foot, rolling foot or telflon foot for your sewing machine to sew on the vinyl.
This e-book has 9 pages and 26 color photographs.
*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a changing pad. Since it is a download, you will receive this by email and it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.
Great idea and a wonderful baby shower gift - perfect for dads that don't want to carry the 'girly' diaper bag too. Easy to follow instructions.
This is a wonderful pattern. I made with Minkie fabric and marine vinyl.
no pattern for the zipper one.
Great gift for traveling parents.
Pattern buyers are purchasing the right to make this for personal use or gift giving. Licensing rights are available for those wishing to make the product for resale, and are outlined in a licensing agreement through the author. Buyers are not authorized to sell or distribute the pattern itself.