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How to Make Baby Car Seat Strap Covers DIY with FREE Pattern

How to Make Baby Car Seat Strap Covers DIY with FREE Pattern

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FREE DIY Baby Car Seat Strap Covers Pattern! Learn how to make Baby Car Seat Strap Covers with this easy pattern and tutorial. The car seat strap covers can be made with Terry cloth, flannel, quilting cotton, or minky fabric. Car seat strap covers will keep the baby nice and comfortable while in the car seat. They also make a fantastic baby shower gift for any new mother and can be made to coordinate with both the Baby Bib and Burp Cloth Patterns for a much loved gift.

The simple tutorial will show you step by step how to sew the easy car seat strap covers in 15 minutes.

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Baby Car Seat Strap Cover Instructions

Time needed: 20 minutes.

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  1. PRINT OUT THE PATTERN TEMPLATE

    Print out the pattern template. To print the file: Save File to Computer. Then open the file up and print. DO NOT check fit to page. You will want to print the actual size.

  2. CUT OUT STRAP COVERS FROM FABRIC

    Using the car seat strap covers pattern template as a guide, cut out two rectangular pieces. You can use coordinating fabrics for both the front and back or cotton on the front and a soft and absorbent Terry cloth on the back as shown above.

  3. PLACE STRAP COVER PIECES RIGHT SIDES TOGETHER

    Place the strap cover front and back pieces right sides together (RST) and pin or clip carefully in place. With the pins mark a 2 – 3 inch opening along the bottom. This will be where you pull it through to turn it right side out.

  4. SEW AROUND THE CAR SEAT STRAP COVERS RECTANGLE

    Using a 1/2″ seam allowance sew all the way around the raw edge of the rectangle, starting at the first pin marking the opening and ending at the pin marking the other side of the opening. Backstitch in place at both the beginning and end.

  5. CLIP THE CORNERS

    Clip the outer corners of fabric being sure not to clip the thread. This will help the strap covers to sit better when it is turned right side out.

  6. TURN RIGTH SIDE OUT

    Turn the rectangle right side out. Use your fingers to roll the seams flat and press.

  7. TUCK THE OPENING UNDER

    Fold and tuck the fabric in the opening under and press. Pin in place.

  8. TOPSTITCH AROUND THE STRAP COVERS

    Topstitch around the outside edge of the rectangle including over the opening. Top stitching should be about 1/8″ from the edge so that the fold in the opening is stitched close. Press the rectangle again to give it a nice finish.

  9. ADD VELCRO TO MAKE CLOSURE

    Place a strip of velcro on the outside front of the rectangle and pin in place. Place the other half of the velcro strip on the back of the opposite side of the rectangle and pin, so when it is folded closed the velcro meets up.

  10. SEW THE VELCRO IN PLACE

    Sew the velcro in place sewing along the outer edge of the velcro along the entire velcro rectangle. Do this for both velcro pieces.

  11. FOLD THE CAR SEAT STRAP COVERS CLOSED

    Simply fold the car seat strap covers over so the velcro pieces line up and you are finished.

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Claudine Proulx-Gagnon

Monday 24th of May 2021

Looks amazing!!!!

Tina

Monday 24th of May 2021

Thank you so much. Will be making some car seat strap covers for my new born great grandson.

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