For smart Moms on the go! No need to carry that bulky diaper bag – this fully lined, stylish clutch holds all you really need: 2-3 diapers, a travel sized case of wipes and changing mat (pattern included). A magnetic purse snap and swivel lobster claw clasp give it a polished look.
This is an instant Download PDF Pattern. Just download and print – get sewing today!
Here’s What People are Saying about the Grab ‘n’ Go Diaper Clutch:
This is a very nice, easy to follow pattern and the bag came out looking very professional.It’s exactly what I was looking for! – Maria S.
Soooo easy to follow directions!!! I completed the entire project (clutch & changing pad) in 3 1/2 hrs!!! I’m sure next one will go much faster!!!! LOVE results!! – Kerry
I have been making your Grab and Go Diaper Clutch as my go-to baby gift for a couple years now. I love it and the reactions I get from the mommies-to-be. – Sara B.
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I want to make a set of soft baby blocks that has a letter of alphabet on each block. How much material should I order to do this? (I may want extra, once I know the baby’s name, so that there can be duplicate letter blocks made).
The “Baby Geniuses Grow Up!” fabric panel that I used in the original How to Make Perfect Fabric Baby Blocks post is apparently out of print and getting harder and harder to find. BUT YOU DON’T ACTUALLY NEED IT!
You can make the 4″ covered fabric blocks from any fabric following these easy steps:
Cut your fabric WOF (Width of Fabric) into 4 1/2″ strips.
Then, cut these strips into 4 1/2″ squares.
Applique your letters on enough of these squares to spell out the Baby’s name, one letter per square.
The average 44/45″ wide quilting cotton will fit 9 squares per 4 1/2″ strip. So, with 2 strips (i.e. a quarter yard of fabric), you can make 3 completed blocks. Here’s a handy chart:
Number of Blocks
Yards of Fabric
To make the entire alphabet (that is one letter per block), you will need 2 1/4 yards. For any extra letters for duplicates, add yardage according to the chart, depending on the length of the Baby’s name. For little Seraphinia or little Montgomery, you are going to do a bit of extra sewing. Although some baby names can be pretty long, it turns out the average name length is only 6 letters.