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How to Make a Baby Crib Bumper

How to Make a Baby Crib Bumper

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Tutorial on sewing your own baby crib bumper
Tutorial on sewing your own baby crib bumper

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Published by: Magsmmm12 on Aug 10, 2008
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How to Make a Baby Crib Bumper
Materials:2 3/8 yd. of desired fabric (with or without nap) 45” wide1 5/8 yd. high loft batting (padding) 45” wide3 packages of ½” wide double fold bias tape (OR 7 yards of 1 to 1 ½” wide ribbon)ThreadPattern/Tracing/Tissue paperSeam allowances are 1/2” unless otherwise noted.(NOTE: I have chosen to serge most of the seams rather than sew them, so myimages may differ slightly from yours.)Instructions:1.
 
Begin by making a pattern piece out of tissue paper that is 27” long by 10”wide. Label this pattern piece “1-SIDE”. (This piece will be placed on thefold to create a fabric piece that is twice as long as the pattern piece.)2.
 
Create a second pattern piece using the same dimensions but label this one“2-END”. (NOTE: If you do not wish to make pattern pieces, you maysimply measure out the dimensions on your fabric using a yard stick.)3.
 
You will need 4 pieces of pattern “1-SIDE”, placed on the fold of the fabric,as well as 2 copies placed on the fold of the batting. (see image below)4.
 
You will need 4 pieces of pattern “2-END” cut from fabric, as well as 2copies cut from batting. (see image below)
 
 5.
 
Begin making front of bumper: Pin together (right sides facing OUT) eachside batting to a side fabric. Stitch around all four sides. (Put aside extraside fabric pieces; they will be used to make the back of the bumper later.)Repeat with end pieces.
 
 6.
 
Once you have 2 side and 2 end pieces sewn to batting, pin them togetherside-end-side-end, so that you have a long train. Make sure you have pinnedright sides together with the batting facing out. Sew along the seam.7.
 
Repeat step 7 with the remaining pieces of fabric which will be the back of the bumper, disregarding batting.8.
 
Pin front and back of bumper together, with right sides together with battingfacing out. Make sure to match seams.

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