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Make a "Sew Easy" Changing Pad perfect for the Mom and Baby On The Go! The On The Go Changing Pad is made with three layers for absorbency and durability. On one side is a layer of stylish designer cotton, and on the other a layer of soft and comfy fabric. A variation is also included to make the Changing Pad waterproof to wipe clean in an instant! There is also an inner layer of flannel so your changer will be extra absorbent for all those little (and big) messes little people make. Made with a Velcro closure for ease of use.
-1/2 Yard Cotton Fabric (Print for the outside of the Changing Pad)
-1/2 Yard Flannel Fabric (White or Neutral– it will not be seen)
-1/2 Yard Soft, Absorbent Fabric (Chenille, Flannel, Fleece, Minky, etc.)
-11 x 3 inch piece of single sided Lightweight Fusible Interfacing (Such as Pellon Décor Bond 809)
-1 3/4 of inches Sewable Hook and Loop Tape
-cutting mat and rotary cutter (optional, but very helpful)
Instructional Pages: 10
Photos: over 50
Skill level: Beginner
Finished Size: 15 x 20 (Not including strap)
-Step by step instructions with photos
-Tips & Ideas Page
-Pictures of a variety of finished Changing Pads for inspiration
*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.
can't wait to try this for a friend with a new baby
I loved making this. Made several for new
I make these all the time to go with diaper bags for gifts. I love the one I made for myself and use it all the time!
It was easy to understand and to make. I plan on making
easy to understand!
I made this cute and practical changing pad for my sister using fleece on one side and a St. Louis Cardinals print on the other so her husband would feel comfortable enough changing their little one out in public. They love it and tell me they use it often.
© ©Courtney Braddock 2009 Instructions, patterns, and pictures included in this eBook are copyrighted under US law and are for personal, at home use as well as limited for sale use. Buyer may make items to sell in small quantities (less than 50 items per year) and only in a single family dwelling. Items may not be mass produced. If creating an item for internet sale, please contact author for permission guidelines. Instructions, patterns, and pictures in this book may not be copied or distributed in any form.