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Seat Belt Cover by AbbyChase Designs

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Author AbbyChase Designs
Price $9.95
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by j. finn
on August 15th, 2014

“I just hate how hard the seat belts are, so just love these. They were really easy to make and I could color cordinate with my cars interior. I do use extra padding and have also used "sheep skin" on one site to keep them cool, thinking about making them as gift for chistmas this year”

No more irritating seat belt rubbing on your neck or your little one's neck!

These covers will not only keep your seat belt from rubbing on your neck, but they are fashionable for men, women, and children too.

Each cover is 13 1/4" long and 3 1/8" wide when snapped for the adult size and 11 1/2" long and 3 1/8" wide when snapped for the child size. They will fit most standard size seatbelts. They also feature an easy snap closure for convenience and are lined with a thick cushy fleece liner for comfort.

*Note: These are downloadable instructions for making a seat belt cover. Since it is a download, a window will open to download and when you are signed into your user account at the time of purchase, it will also be located in the "My Library" section of your user account immediately after purchase.

Copyright

All information and photos in this e-book are the property of ©AbbyChase Designs, a division of ©GrahamCrafters. It is illegal to copy or redistribute this in any way without written permission. By purchasing this e-book, you are purchasing the instructions for personal use only.

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Materials Needed
~ Pattern Pieces
~ Mark-B-Gone washable fabric marker
~ Fabric: 1 fat quarter
(or two fat quarters if you are lining with coordinating fabric)
~ Fleece liner: 1 fat quarter. (you can also use fusible fleece, but I prefer sew in, because it wrinkles less.)
~ Coordinating Thread
~ Sewing Machine
~ Scissors or Rotary Cutter and Mat
~ 5/8" Heavy Duty Snap kit with installation tools
(You can use other snaps if you have another snap kit) Prym is a brand that carries the snap kit with tools.
~ Hammer for installing snaps
~ This e-book with extensive instructions and detailed photos
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by j. finn
on August 15th, 2014

I just hate how hard the seat belts are, so just love these. They were really easy to make and I could color cordinate with my cars interior. I do use extra padding and have also used "sheep skin" on one site to keep them cool, thinking about making them as gift for chistmas this year

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