mandmkittyflood@aol.com on craftsy.com

Kinsleigh's car seat cover

Eye Icon Follow
+ Add a Project
Small magnify icon
i
Photo Details:

Kinsleigh's car seat cover

Offer some kudos...

Join the conversation...

Ask a question...

Add your comment...

Here are some details about my project:
Category Sewing
Sizing Children
Style Cute, Funky
mandmkittyflood@aol.com on craftsy.com

What materials did you use? polar fleece, zipper, velcro, elastic, thread, and sewing machine (you can also use a serger to make it more "finished")

mandmkittyflood@aol.com on craftsy.com

What are you most proud of? The fact that everyone I have made one for loves them and tell me how much they appreciate them - the first one I made was for my cousin's little girl over 7 years ago!

mandmkittyflood@aol.com on craftsy.com

What advice would you give someone starting this project? Ask the Mom what the "theme" is - she will appreciate this. Once you start making these for gifts make some extras to keep on hand because you will find people expect them from you! They go together very quickly.

mandmkittyflood@aol.com on craftsy.com

Could you explain how to make these? Is there a pattern? All of a sudden I have 3 different babies born in Oct & Nov. I'd love to give these.

08/13/2011 Flag

I use Kwik Sew pattern number 2997 - which I know is still available because I can never remember how much fabric to buy so I have to pull it out of the pattern drawers at the fabric store. Congratulations!!

08/14/2011 Flag

I use the Kwik Sew pattern number 2997 and congratulations - you will be able to put it together in about an hour once you get started - there are only 2 pieces and a ribbing - how much easier could it be!

08/15/2011 Flag