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Cradle (sewn) - Elaine Zamora 1.0.0

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I created this pattern and added instructions on how to make this cradle.  It should be sized for about 14-16 week old baby.  It is basic stitches involved -- nothing too fancy.  If you are not familiar with joining to pieces together to form a lined bag or how to create a straight corner like you see in a tote bag -- I recommend googling on youtube instructions.  You will see how easy it is to do in a video.  The one cradle took me about 1 hour to make since I was making it and the pattern at the same time. All seams are about 1/4 inch.  It is ok if it is less than 1/4 inch but you should not make them bigger than 1/4 inch or the size will be smaller.  Enjoy.

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I just printed this pattern off and made a cradle!  Great instructions and beautiful little cradle for a teeny tiny one.  Thank you for sharing the pattern.  The pics are of the finished cradle with the lace, the second is the interior with a blanket and the third is showing the fabric I used for the outside of the cradle.  It's kind of bright, but I think having it peeking through the lace makes it softer looking.  The lace came from a wedding gown.   Should I make a little flannel kimono to match?   


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