How funny you should post this-I literally made on last night & haven't sewn the straps on yet because I was neervous about placement. I was thinking I'd hit target and measure. =) Beautiful & easy!
This is great. I'm going to make one just so I can be ready when I get another grandbaby. Hmmm . . . what fabric . . .
I've been wanting to make one of these for my son that is due next month. I just did a google search and found your tutorial. I love how simple and easy this is. Thanks so much for sharing! I am so going to make one of these for my little guy.justenoughstyle.blogspot.com
Hello! I've started a new little children's blog over at thechildrenscornerblog.blogspot.com and would love to feature this post on my blog. I would of course credit it all to your site. What do you think?Thanks,Rachel email@example.com
Brilliant tutorial. Much easier to follow than most with real pictures. I just made a canopy (so simple), but I skipped the invisible stitching and just took care of those small areas with the topstitch. Thanks for sharing!!
Hey, thanks so much for the tutorial. I made one for my sister and posted pics on my blog here http://cutesycrafts.blogspot.com/2012/07/car-seat-canopy_08.html. Love it!
Thanks for the tutorial! I just made one today and I love it! Thanks again!
Do you happen to remember where this fabric came from??? :)
Yes! I go it at Hobby Lobby.
If you’re looking for a canopy top then this company is great to work with.
I made 2 of these today. Love your instructions so easy!!!!! I also skipped the invisible stitching and just let the topstitching take care of that.
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