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Babywearing carriers and wrap scrap creations that you CAN sew

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J Kinney

I absolutely love this pattern. Very easy to understand instructions. Thanks so much💗

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Grandma Sue’s Boutique

Easy pattern to follow. Love the quick PDF.

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Jessica

Thank you so much for your awesome wrap scrap cowl tutorial! I made this today and I am thrilled with it! The flat felled seam is so polished looking. Thank you!

 

Wrap Scrap Cowl – FREE Pattern

Claire

Fantastic quick and super easy make and the little people love them

Easy Doll Carrier ~ Sewing Pattern

Pam

This is such a quick, fun pattern to make. Excellent, detailed instructions!

Easy Doll Carrier

Danielle

I used Baby Bonda’s Production’s pattern to make some cloth pads. My pads turned out really well! Thanks for the pattern!

Cloth Liner * Easy Sew * Thong * Regular * Long

Jennifer

I’m still very much a beginner sewer and this pattern was very easy to follow. It fits my daughter at 22 months and it looks like it will fit her for a long time. She loves carrying her dollies around in it. The pocket is such a great idea to keep those smaller dollies and lovies snug. Thank you!

Easy Doll Carrier

Cherie

Great instructor. Well thought out and presented.

Class is now in session!

Lisa

Seriously the easiest toy carrier!!!! Loved it. 🙂 going to make a almost 3 year old very happy.

Easy Doll Carrier

Melissa

Loved this pattern! SUPER easy to follow and sew. I made three in one night and my kids love.

Easy Doll Carrier

Jessica

Pros: I like the wide and short panel. The width makes it comfy for baby and the height makes for easy arms out. Love the simplicity of the minimal webbing straps.

Cons: I can’t get baby up as high as I might like (but I’m very short). The way the panel is shaped at the bottom, it’s as though the strap is split in two which complicated strap length sizing for me (as I modified the strap length to take into account my height, or lack thereof). The recommended 1/2 inch foam isn’t the most comfy on my shoulders. I should prob have used something thicker or higher quality (I used green foam from Joann).

The Wonbu took 4 hours start to finish and is also pretty comfortable straight from the pattern. The only mod I made was shortening the straps by 1 inch. By comparison, I had to do serious mods to other patterns to make it comfortable for me (shorten straps, shorten panel, swap straps position, change strap angle) and not cut off circulation to my arms after 10 mins. 

Onbuhimo Toddler Carrier

1 Love Babywearing

I have sewn 4 “bucklebus” prior to receiving this pattern to review so was not intimidated, more excited. However, I can say with all honesty that as long as one has the basics of sewing down this is so incredibly easy to follow. It goes together flawlessly, and is wonderfully organized in a step by step fashion. I really appreciate for the novice the pictures of the hardware, and the direct sourcing for supplies she provides.

There is a similar pattern on the market though the body style is much different, and final fit is very different. Due to my own atypical body style I already knew based on measurements I would need to shorten the straps during my cutting, and assembly. The only other alteration to the original design I by necessity had to make, and this is my only note of caution regarding this pattern is I had to shorten the foam pieces where it is meant to fit under the hardware. I have a machine in the shop that would have tackled this project no sweat, but had to use my back up machine which was not powerful enough to penetrate all the layers. Some people can use their hand wheel and manually guide it through this stage if assembly. That however, was not possible given my machine constraints.

The final product was not only comfy but beautiful as well. I feel its much easier to position the child correctly before wearing the carrier than other brand bucklebus I have tried. I also love the feature of the hardware being sewn on top of something that protects the wearer from “rub”. That can occur with other styles. I also felt this was easier to adjust based on the body the style as well. My son the real tester seem to much prefer this style to the many others I have made and tried.

OnbuhimoToddler Carrier

 

Cosima

Great pattern, clear and easy to follow instructions 🙂

Amy

Thank you! I was nervous to convert my wrap on my own but your pattern was very easy to follow and I am SO happy with how it turned out! 😀

Ring Sling Wrap Conversion

 

Lee

Great tutorial, very detailed and clear.

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