It’s an Economical Use of Fabric, Too!
Kids love this warm and cozy sleeping bag for naps. It will be fun made up in novelty fabrics the child will love or simply in colors they like. Plus, it rolls up nicely for storage when not in use.
All you’ll need is one jelly roll of 2 1/2″ strips and one yard of fabric for the lining. Use Minky, cuddle fabric or flannel for the lining to make it super cozy. (Note that if the child is taller than 40″ you’ll need more strips and lining fabric.)
Add large ring pulls to 19″ zippers so it’s easy for small kids to cuddle up by themselves (these are 20″ which will be easy to adjust to the specified size).
Quilt-as-you-go makes this a super simple project. You’ll love how quickly it goes together.
The completed Nap Sack, designed by Rana Heredia from Sewn Wyoming, 28” x 40”. It’s easy to add more length for a taller child.
You’ll find a wide selection of Cuddle fabric and Minky here and of flannel here.
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