Hey! This is Sarah from Fabric Seeds! I have a great tutorial for you today for a stroller quilt/blanket that ties up! Seriously, I do not know why I did not think of this years ago when I was struggling to keep a blanket on my little one, while in the stroller. Anyone with a child knows this struggle. The blanket is always falling, or getting kicked down and run over or tangled up in the wheels. I would even try to pull the ends of the blanket around the stroller frame just to keep it up!
Hello Cuddle friends! I’m Denise from Whimsy Couture™. I’m so proud about my pattern “One-Hour Adult or Child Cuddle Scarf” being published in the October/November 2013 issue of McCall’s Quick Quilts!
Here’s a little bit more about the scarves and the pattern. These Cuddle Scarves are so fast and easy to sew! I designed two versions: a cowl and a tie. Sizes include: adults, children 6-12, and toddlers to 5T. The pattern features step-by-step photos and instructions on how to make the scarves. It also includes detailed tips for working with Cuddle.
I used Cuddle from Shannon Fabrics to make the scarves. Cuddle is so soft, cozy, and warm- so it’s perfect for scarves! For the adult version, I used Chevrons from the Chevrons & ZigZags Cuddle Prints collection. For the child’s version, I used Spice Market, a Shannon Studio Cuddle Collection™.
I also have free online project tutorials for both types of scarves at the following links:
The Cuddle Scarves are fully patterned in the October/November 2013 McCall’s Quick Quilts issue shown below.
You can see more of my designs at my online pattern shop, whimsycouturepatternshop.blogspot.com.
I hope you like my patterns! Please comment and let me know what you think!