Thursday, March 3, 2011

Baby Car Seat Blanket

So... before there was this....



there was this.



I made it for my girlfriends little baby for Christmas.



Isn't she cute!



It was made using a pattern my Mom bought.



I used minky and poodle flannel from Hancock Fabris and this cute poodle applique from Lynnie Pinnie.



Lucy liked it so much...



I knew I had to make one for her.



I mean... how could I resist that face.

I've been thinking about the Cozy Car Seat Blanket, because I need to make Ella's (before it's summer...) and I was wondering if you guys wanted me to do a tutorial on it.

I don't mind, but it is time consuming taking all those pictures and stuff... so I'll do it, only if there is enough interest.

Let me know by leaving a comment.

18 comments:

Denise Anderson said...

Yes PLEASEEE I love your tutorials. Thanks

Sheila said...

yes, yes YES! I love this and living in Nebraska right now I could totally use these!! You rock!!

Julia said...

Awesome. I made a carseat cover that you can put ice or heat packs in to cool the metal buckles and seat or to warm it up in the winter time. This is a great idea, though.

Bettt said...

I am totally in awe of your creations. I would love to have a tutorial on the car seat blanket for my grandson. When you have time would be just wonderful! Thanks for all the other tutorials as well! Love your site.

Michelle said...

We used this all through the winter, so convenient and ADORABLE! Thanks Cole!!!

Linda said...

Yes,Please! I just made a faux chenille blanket after seeing yours. Love your tutorials!

jellaan said...

Love, love, love thos blankets!! Would love a tutorial, but if you don't get enough interest do you mind sharing how you did the openings for the seat belt? I think I can figure out the rest! :)

These would be great for my kids while we drive down to Florida in June!!

Pam said...

I would love one of your tutorials!! I love the previous tutorials that you have done so ANY tutes you wanna do - DO IT. Thank you for all your inspirations!

Anonymous said...

Yes! That would be so helpful!

Anonymous said...

I would love to see a tutorial on that my bff lives in Indiana and she just had a baby and that would be great for her baby!

Anonymous said...

HI Nicole,
I would love to see a tutorial on this...your tutes are great!

Thanks,

Jodie P.

Anonymous said...

HI Nicole,
I would love to see a tutorial on this...your tutes are great!

Thanks,

Jodie P.

Malise said...

Please, I would love to see a tutorial. It is soooo cute. Thanks

Beth said...

Yes yes yes! I have been wanting to make something like this for some time!

Sew Silly Mama said...

YES PLEASE!!! I just found out I am having my second girl and I want to make one for next fall/winter. PLEEEEAAAAASSSSSEEEEE! I can't believe you are making a pregnant woman beg. LOL ;)

Emily said...

I'm so glad you liked my car seat blanket pattern and tutorial...looks like it inspired your "larger" blanket!

Be sure to thank your mom for purchasing my pattern! I appreciate you leaving a comment on my blog and for the link back to my shop as well. You know how challenging and time consuming developing patterns and picture tutorials can be!

Emily
Toad's Treasures
www.toadstreasures.com

Anonymous said...

YES YES YES!!!! PLEASE :)

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