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Diaper Duffel Bag

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Category Quilting
Type Accessory
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What was your source for this quilting project? Online Photo or Website
Name of website or photo Baby On the Go Diaper Bag

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What materials did you use? Quilting cottons from JoAnn's, PUL for lining, mesh for interior pockets, polyester batting, Pellon Decor Bond, double zipper head, birch board which I covered with PUL for bottom.

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What are you most proud of? Mostly, that I finished it! It took me two three-day weekends, a few work nights, two sewing machines (the motor burnt up on my sewing machine, so I went out, and bought another), and an extra Saturday. It wouldn't have taken so long if (a) I had purchased and used the jelly rolls (I cut the material myself), (b) measured and mathematically figured my cuts right the first time, and (c) hadn't broken my sewing machine.

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What advice would you give someone starting this project? If you're new to quilting, a quilting foot is a must. Also, it helps to use a sewing machine (or one especially for quilting) that allows bulk to flow to the right of the needle. Account for all straight pins!

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congratulations...your bag is GREAT!!!!!

10/01/2012 Flag

Great job. I too, have a special needs grand daughter and we made the diaper bag I wished I had when my daughter was little. Looking for another style for the wheelchair we will be getting and yours -( with a little modification- for our needs - sorry) looks like it will do. From one Grandma to another - enjoy life!

11/20/2012 Flag

My daughter was hoping to loop the handles around the specialized stroller, but it didn't work out. Unfortunately, since I haven't traveled with my grandaughter for a while, I wasn't sure what she needed. If I were to do this again, I definetly would have to find a way to strengthen the sholder straps (have it go completely around like the carry handles?) as the vent back-up battery adds quite a lot of weight. For now, the sholder strap is about useless. Good luck and please do share your modifications.

11/25/2012 Flag