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Karenne
August 12th, 2007, 01:24 AM
<TABLE width=480 align=center><TBODY><TR vAlign=top align=left><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top width=480><TABLE cellSpacing=2 cellPadding=2 width=480 align=center border=1><TBODY><TR><TD align=middle>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/babywipescase.jpg How to Make a Baby Wipes Case

</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE></TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left width=480>You will need:
1/2 yard of fabric, such as cotton, flannel or broadcloth
1/2 yard of coordinating lightweight fabric for lining
1/2 yard of 22” to 25” wide medium to heavyweight fusible interfacing
1/2 yard of 60” wide fleece fabric
One package of 1/2” wide double fold bias tape
One appliquéCutting Instructions:
Cut one rectangle of fabric, measuring 16” long by 10” wide.
Cut one rectangle of lining, measuring 16” long by 10” wide.
Cut one rectangle of interfacing, measuring 16” long by 10” wide.
Cut one rectangle of fleece, measuring 15” long by 9” wide.</TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE><TABLE width=480 align=center><TBODY><TR><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2><HR noShade SIZE=1></TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>Sewing Instructions: </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE><TABLE width=480 align=center><TBODY><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left colSpan=2>1. Place the lining rectangle with the WRONG side up. Center fleece over the lining, leaving 1/2” excess showing from underneath all edges of fleece. </TD><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/bwc_1.gif </TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left colSpan=2>2. With glue side DOWN, place interfacing over the lining and fleece, matching all edges of the lining and interfacing. Fuse in place according to manufacturer’s directions. This fusing will hold fleece securely to the case lining. </TD><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/bwc_2.gif </TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left colSpan=2>3. Place the fabric and lining rectangles with RIGHT sides facing each other, matching all edges. Pin one short edge in place, and stitch this edge in a 1/2” seam. </TD><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/bwc_3.gif </TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left colSpan=2>4. Clip seam corners to reduce bulk, and then press the seam open.</TD><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/bwc_4.gif</TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left colSpan=2>5. Fold along the seam so that WRONG sides of the fabric and the lining are together, matching all remaining cut edges. Pin these edges together. Cut off the pinned corners in a rounded shape, as shown. </TD><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/bwc_5.gif </TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left colSpan=2>6. With the lining side facing you, turn the bottom of the case up 5 1/2”, forming a pocket. Lightly press the fold to help hold it in place. </TD><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/bwc_6.gif </TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left colSpan=2>7. Open up one end of the bias tape and fold it under 3/8”. Press this fold. Starting at one corner of the case, wrap the bias tape around the perimeter of the case, encasing the cut edges. When you get to the other corner, cut the bias tape 3/8” longer than needed. Open this end and fold under 3/8” before wrapping it around the remaining case edge. Be sure to wrap the bias tape securely around all layers.
Edge-stitch the bias tape in place, along the inner edge. This will not only give a clean finish to the edges of the case, it will also secure the side seams.

</TD><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/bwc_7.gif</TD></TR><TR><TD class=designViewBody vAlign=top align=left colSpan=2>8. Sew or fuse the appliqué on the flap as shown. </TD><TD class=designViewBody colSpan=2>http://www.simplicity.com/section/classroom/sewprojects/babyWipesCase/images/bwc_8.gif </TD></TR></TBODY></TABLE>

Dani
August 12th, 2007, 01:42 AM
That looks neat! I'll have to try it sometime. I have a friend that just had a baby, so she might enjoy it. :biggrin:

jennzilla
August 12th, 2007, 02:24 AM
I'm going to live with Karenne and having her make me clothes. My mamaw used to make me clothes. She cussed when she sewed and I'd laugh.. um.. on the inside, where it was safe.
:unsure:

Karenne
August 12th, 2007, 02:32 AM
Come on over Jenn! That would be fun! You too Dani! We will have a party!:smartass:

Dani
August 13th, 2007, 02:02 AM
COOL!!!! I'm on my way! We'll have a big party and invite fine, sexy men. :hellobaby:

Karenne
August 13th, 2007, 09:33 AM
Great..now I am going to have to clean the house:dots:

Dani
August 13th, 2007, 07:30 PM
Okay, so I'll come early and help. LOL! The hot men will be the incentive! :hellobaby:

Karenne
August 14th, 2007, 12:30 PM
Deal! help with cleaning...oh yeah (doing the snoopy dance):shifty: