Here's a little recap of what we've covered so far in the pretend and play set.
Now, on to the pretend and play changing pad. Thankfully, this particular changing pad doesn't actually need to be water resistant, so you probably already have the supplies on hand.
Here's what you need:
-fusible fleece or quilt batting or fusible interfacing
Here's what you do . . . so easy:
1) Measure the doll or dolls who will most likely be using the changing pad. Cut your fabric and fusible fleece or batting to these measurements adding about two inches.
5) Sandwich folded up ribbon in between fabric rectangles right sides together. Pin. Sew around leaving two inches for turning.
6) Turn. Fold in turning opening and top stitch all the way around the changing pad to close up opening.
7) Roll up, tie, stick in diaper bag along with diaper wipes and doll diapers! So cute! Hours of fun for your little one!
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