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Explore stroller liner & blanket

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(9) Name: 'Sewing : Explore stroller liner & blanket
Explore stroller liner & blanket
Explore stroller liner & blanket
Explore stroller liner & blanket
Explore stroller liner & blanket
Explore stroller liner & blanket

Basic Skills Necessary:

  • Easy/novice: you will apply bias binding, applique and create buttonhole-like openings.

Pattern Description:

Travel in style and keep your stroller seat looking new with this easy-to-make, easy-to-customize liner. You can use two different fabrics to make it reversible (like crisp, cool cotton on one side, warm fleece or sturdy twill on the other) and trim with bias tape (which can also be in another color or print!). Stitch up a coordinating monogrammed blanket that easily rolls up and ties together for a matching set.

Sizing / Finished Measurements:

  • Can be adjusted to fit different strollers. Blanket is 20" x 30".


  • 39"/1 meter washable fabric: quilting cotton, cotton sheeting/shirting, lightweight twill/denim. Light/mid-weight fleece. For reversible liner you will need 39"/1 meter of each fabric
  • 39"/1 meter lightweight quilt batting or other light washable padding
  • optional store-bought bias tape - you will need appx. 3.25 yds/3 m (or cut your own 3/8" wide - pattern included)
  • Blanket: 30" washable fabric (as above - two pieces if you are making it reversible). Iron-on fusing required for monogram applique, each letter requires a piece 3.5" w x 4.5" h. Bias tape: 3.25 yds/3 m

You Will Also Need:

  • A walking/quilting foot and bias tape maker are recommended but not necessary.

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