On the Go Baby Changing Pad

Someone once told me that as soon as you get pregnant, you’ll instantly meet a slew of other people who are also pregnant. Seems implausible, but strangely, it’s true! I’m pregnant now and can easily name off 10 friends who are also expecting. What better time to think about sewing fun baby gifts?

I hear that having an easy, convenient, changing pad for on-the-go use is key and I love the one that designer Marni Weaver of Haberdashery Fun has created. It’s cute, accessible and wouldn’t take long to complete. I’ve got at list of people who could use one — how about you??


On-The-Go Baby Changing Pad
Do you know a new mom or do you have a new baby in the house? Use this easy step by step tutorial to create a one of a kind, on the go, baby changing pad. The pad is soft and perfect for babies to lie on. It rolls up for easy storage and transportion. Changing pad can be made with PUL fabric or with cotton fabric backed with Vinyl Fuse™.

Materials Needed
— 3/4 yard Outside Fabric
— 3/4 yard PUL fabric (polyurethane laminate)
— 3/4 yard Contrast Binding and Strap Fabric
— 3/4 yard Pellon® TP970 Thermolam® Plus Sew-In
— 1″ piece of Velcro®
— Thread
[OR 3/4 yard Coordinating Cotton Fabric + 3/4 yard Pellon® 100 Vinyl Fuse™ in lieu of PUL]

Tools Needed
— Sewing Machine & Related Supplies
— Rotary Cutter & Related Supplies
— Disappearing Ink Pen

For a free downloadable pdf of this pattern, visit the project page here. We’d love to see what you make, so be sure to post a photo on our Facebook page OR share with our ‘Made with Pellon®‘ flickr group!

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MarniWeaverWith a passion for sewing and design, Marni Weaver showcases her talent through each post on Haberdashery Fun. By creating tutorials with step-by-step illustrations, Marni uses her background in fashion and design and her 15 years of sewing to teach blog readers how to make something out of nothing.

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