Added Jan 15, 2014
Houston, United ...
This is a versatile version of the Baby Sleeping Bag. I used the Baby Sleeping Bag instructions but made some changes as these were for a friend who is having twins and I wanted them to be as adjustable and versatile as possible. I did not use the snaps or buttons, but rather sewed a grosgrain ribbon onto the overlapping side (on the edge). This way, the ribbon can be used to tie the bag together, roll them up for easy carrying/storage, tied around the neck for a breastfeeding cover and of course, untied to be a blanket or a floor mat for baby! I added just small embellishments on the corners to give it some extra flair. The embroidery, if you choose to add this, must be done first.
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