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Travel High Chair PDF Sewing Pattern


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PDF Sewing Pattern for a Travel High Chair Great for Grandma's house, restaurants and anywhere you go that does not have a safe high chair. Excellent for travel. Includes instructions for a handy travel bag so portable high chair packs small in your diaper bag or suitcase. ****Fits almost any chair; fits wider chairs and ones with post tops. ****Two adjustable safety straps to go around top and bottom of your chair ****Adjustable shoulder straps and secure plastic attachment clips to keep baby firmly in place ****Bib style bottom for baby's comfort, can put over or under arms for containment or freedom while eating Two finishing styles provided; with binding and without. Fits babies and toddlers, 6 months up to maximum 30 lbs. NEVER leave baby unattended while in travel high chair or while eating. Please be extra careful and aware during meal times around your children and while using your travel high chair at all times. Included are step by step detailed instructions in English, materials list and cutting help. Every step has at least one photo and there are lots of sewing tips along the way. BASIC SKILLS NECESSARY Sew a straight and curved line Iron a simple casing for straps Optional; sew binding around the edge of project SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTS Two finishing styles provided; with binding and without. Fits babies and toddlers, 6 months up to maximum 30 lbs.

Recommended with this pattern

  • 1 1/4 yards of quality cotton for front
  • 1 1/4 yards of quality cotton for back
  • velcro

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My name is Shannon Curry and I am the designer behind BlissfulPatterns. I LOVE to sew and am an absolute fabricaholic. My patterns are usually for FUNctional items for kids, family or home. As a mom of two little boys, there are lots of things that I love or my friends love that make life a little easier and more fun. I want to share my ideas with others to share my love of sewing.