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Tuesday, February 9, 2010

Fabric High Chair

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25 comments:

Eva said...

cute! i saw this too and wanted to make one :) but i think my daughter's too big now haha

Laura Duce said...

My friend made one and they're awesome. I might make one in a few months. Always nice to have your tips.

Christine said...

such a cute idea! I love the fabric colors

Wendy said...

it turned out really cute! Love the polka dots!

Jamee said...

Fabulous idea much better than when i took some ribbon and just tied my daughter to the chair-LOL . you did a great job

fawnda said...

cute cute cute! I love the fabrict that you used! : )

AshJ said...

This is the best idea I have seen in a while:) I think I will try and make my own this weekend!!!

Mommyto2 said...

Thanks for sharing. I also saw this over at homemade by jill. its such a great idea! i'm gonna have to try this when my little girl gets bigger!

Andy Porter said...

I can't believe what a brilliant idea this is!!! It's totally perfect!! I hate hate hate having big bulky high chairs take up so much room in my kitchen and this is so perfect because it would be easy to take with you wherever you go!! It almost makes me want to have another baby just so I can use it! LOVE it!!

Frugal Home Design said...

What a great idea, and it will be easy to travel with. Good job.

jenjen said...

Wow - what an awesome idea! ANd you can just take it with you! You should sell those. Great idea!

Thanks so much for linking up to my party!!!

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Jen

Kaysi said...

That is a great idea!! It's great especially when they get to the age where they don't want to be in a high chair but still fall off the chairs. Thanks for the great idea!
Kaysi

Kara@ Creations by Kara said...

Oh my gosh, this is adorable! Thanks for doing the tutorial, I'm bookmarking it for sure! :)

Sarah Lou said...

Oh that is such a great idea! thats so perfect! thanks for sharing the tutorial!

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Jo Shabo said...

awesome- thanks for sharing- I'm following you now!

Jerri said...

What a cute project! Great job!

I hope you'll stop by for my first Friday Favorites event!

Cynthi said...

What a great idea. Thank you so much for sharing it!

**Danielle** said...

I have a 17 month old Houdini and grocery shopping this past weekend almost cost me my sanity :) I'm *hoping* something like this will keep him reigned in, thinking about metal snaps instead of velcro...

Anyway, do you have any thoughts on whether I may "need" shoulder straps of some sort and if so, how to add them??

Thanks so much in advance for any thoughts!!

gisele.artes said...

Hi, I'd like to put this on my blog. With your name and link. I'm a stay at home mom from Brasil. This is sooo creative!!!
If you'd like to see my blog: www.kidsindoors.blogspot.com
thank you.

I'm a full-time mummy said...

Hopping over from Steph's Silly Precious Piggies blog to check you out! Love your high chair work! Very cute and creative!

http://www.imafulltimemummy.com/

Barbara said...

Nice tute! My kids are grown, and I don't have grandchildren yet, but when I do . . . I've collected a pattern for just about everything by now!

krochet4kids said...

Thank you for this great tutorial, I followed your patten but made one slight change, I curved it inwards where it comes up between the legs because there was too much bulk for my granddaughter, she loves sitting up like a big girl and she is just 4-1/2 months old, it works well in resturant highchairs as well, folds up neatly and tucks right into the diaper bag so we always have it with us, Paula

Hollyanne said...

I love your tutorial. I seen another one, and it was confusing to me. This one is much easier. I want to make one of these for our vacation travels :)

Jaime said...

Great tutorial! I made one for my daughter and featured it on my blog, http://thriftaesthetic.wordpress.com.
I am including a link to your blog. This worked out perfectly for our older highchair!