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This instructable will show you how to make a "peanut shell" style baby sling for under $20, (even lass depending on your fabric. You can also find similar ...
1.5-2 yd. fabric (this depends on what size you're sling will be, which depends on what size you are)Sewing MachineThreadScissorsPinsIronThe first step is getting the right fabric, and ...
To make your sling the right size, measure a straight line from the top of your shoulder, across your body to your opposite hip, (in the same way ...
Flip your cut fabric so that it is "wrong side" up.Iron thoroughly.
fold the fabric along the "sling length" axis, (the long side)
now fold up, along the 22" axis
Now measure in 3.5" from the top corner (where all the frayed edges are) and mark with a pin.Then cut from the bottom corner (full length) to the ...
A french seam is a way to make a very strong seam without any unfinished edges.1. Sew the curve you cut and pinned in the last step.2. Cut ...
While your sling is still "wrong side out" Fold the edges down about 1/4" and iron, then sew them (a zig-zag stitch is great here) as the hem.Now ...
Check out youtube, or the following links for different ways to wear your sling!Happy carrying!http://www.mykarmababy.com/pages/instructions.phphttp://www.thepeanutshell.com/tipsThanks for reading.
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