The Onbuhimo Toddler Carrier is a digital sewing pattern to create a buckle onbuhimo which is an based on a traditional Japanese carrier. The Onbuhimo shares similarities with a SSC (soft structured carrier) as it uses webbing and plastic hardware to secure the carrier, however it does not have a waist belt.
The pattern includes cutting guides for 3 different sizes, Standard, Toddler and Preschool to fit from 14 months to over 3 years
It packs up small and is perfect for putting in your bag
The design minimizes the use of webbing to showcase your beautiful fabric choices. Comfort is key and an the body panel allows for additional padding to ensure no rubbing or pinching from the shoulder strap. In addition the design minimizes the bulky areas to allow the pattern to be created on most home sewing machines.
This carrier is designed for an arms out back carry and is recommended for children 14 months and older who are walking independently. This carrier is not designed for sleeping.
KEY DESIGN FEATURES:
– Padded shoulder straps
– Fabric chest belt
– Minimal use of webbing
– Body panel shaped to reduce contact of webbing against the wearer
– Underarm padding
– Leg padding
– Packs up compactly
– Instructions for use of fabric or woven wrap
– Reinforcement stitching in integral areas
– Home sewing machine friendly
SKILL LEVEL: Intermediate
TYPE: Digital- Instant Download Available Upon Checkout
PAPER SIZE: 8.5″x11″
This 20+ page instruction book will provide guidance that enables you to create your own Onbuhimo Toddler Carrier. This instruction book includes a supply list that is easy to shop from, including detailed fabric requirements for using fabric 58″ wide or a woven wrap 26″ wide. Step-by-step instructions include pictures, diagrams and easy to print and assemble pattern pieces.
The pattern includes cutting guides for 3 sizes with the following finished panel sizes:
• Standard – 18″ H x 16″ W – 14 months to 22 months
• Toddler – 20″ H x 17″ W – 22 months to 3 years
• Preschool – 20″ H x 19″ W – 3 years+
Also included are modifications for a webbing chest strap or using thicker shoulder strap padding in the shoulder straps.
Looking for a wee Onbuhimo for your little to carry their precious cargo? Check out this ePattern or the Easy Onbuhimo.
February 15, 2019 at 6:04 am
Hi, I have never bought a digital pattern before, how do I print it when it most be too large for standard a4?
February 15, 2019 at 10:13 am
Hi Beth! The pattern prints on letter size paper and you tape the pages together. The format also works for A4.