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“；Meema”； bought Scarlet this doll stroller for $1 at a garage sale. Scarlet LOVES it， but the liner has seen better days， so I decided to create a DIY doll stroller liner tutorial. Also， if you have a boy who likes doll strollers but not so much the pink they usually come inpersonalized nursery pillows， this would be your chance to throw some planets or truck fabric onit. Or make him a new pink one and tell him this isn’；t 1954， real men love pink.Get the full DIY Doll Stroller pattern and how-to after the jump…；
DIY Doll Stroller How-to 1. Assemble your materials and pre-wash your fabric. You’；ll need 1/4 yard of fabric (i used two different fabrics equaling a quarter yard， but you can use the same on both sides， or you can make it one-sided and use even less fabric) and three yards of single-fold cotton webbing.
Cut your cotton webbing into pieces of these lengths：2 pieces 35″； long2 pieces 5.5″； long2 pieces 7″； long1 pieces 10″； longnursery lumbar pillow
3. Ok， let’；s start sewing. First take your 9″；X2.5″； piece and fold over one ong edge 1/4″； and iron， then another 1/4″； and iron， then sew the hem in place with a straight stitch：
Sew that in place.9. Now cut the plastic hardware off of your old stroller (or buy a new set if you want) and insert the webbing through one side and sew it on. On the other side， insert the webbing and just sew the end over：
As we’ve been working with Bunny Williams on her new collection for Ballard Designs, we’ve enjoyed learning a little bit about how she entertains and what her favorite entertaining tips are. We were delighted to learn that she always folds her napkins a certain way when having guests over for dinner, and she even designed her new table linen collection to look best when folded in this manner! We thought we’d share with you her napkin fold and how to do it!
The Woven Back Stitch and Woven Running Stitch both add texture and dimension to your embroidery project with ease. I used each of them as part of an embroidered portrait that is still in progress.
It’s the Creative Girls Holiday Soiree!?I’ll have a few guests each week sharing creative ways to celebrate the holidays! Don’t miss the Holly Jolly S’mores gift idea!
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