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How to sew a baby carrier

Today ryukzak- "kangaroo" has become a popular assistant to young parents, as it allows to pass without difficulty with the baby in the places where it can not pass stroller. This parent hands remain free, and the kid in ryukzake- "kangaroo" rarely cries or capricious. Often bought in a store ready to have to redo the backpack, adjusting it to the size of the baby. That is why many mothers prefer to sew such a device yourself.

How to sew a baby carrier

You will need:

- piece of fabric the size of 100x50 cm (teak, linen, denim) - 3 meter synthetic corsage belt width from 4 to 6 cm (depending on the diameter of the rings) - 4 metal rings - 4 metal buttons.

Instruction how to sew baby carrier

Step 1:

Make the pattern core. It should resemble the shape of an antique vase, which lower base is equal to about 30 cm, and the top - about 50 sm. carve out two equally sized parts of the base fabric, and the lining of the same form of dense teak or syntepon (for winter) .

Step 2:

Cut a piece of ribbon corsage length of 55 cm - this will be blank for the lower strap. At the ends of the workpiece fix with 2 metal rings (wooden or plastic rings for this purpose are not suitable as wood decays from even shallow cracks, and plastic is quite fragile). Cut two ribbons 21 cm, after which sew the top front of the main blank at a distance of 17 cm from the bottom edge of the "vase". By the middle of the main part of sew two strips obtained from the remaining piece of ribbon corsage.

Step 3:

Put all the main parts together and sew, stepping back from the edge of about 1 cm. Leave not sewn bottom side "vase", through which remove the product.

Step 4:

Sew the bottom edge of a double stitch (for safety) tape with rings at the same time When sewing for her and tape to fix the child's legs.

Step 5:

On the "ears" of the upper part of the "vase" do 2 loops for adjusting the tension carrier straps, which the child must hang on the armpits, not to sit on the priest. And sew buttons on the straps.

Step 6:

At the center of the back to the front of the stitch the pocket into which insert a thin plate, carved out of a children's board-ledyanki rectangle or a piece of plywood for rigidity.

Step 7:

Instead of rings, you can use hooks, but instead of buttons for adjusting the tension put buckles desired width. The shoulder straps can also be manufactured not from the tape, but from the fabric with thick padding or synthetic padding. Backpack can be equipped with bumpers to improve design reliability. And enclose pads to wearing was painless and comfortable for the convenience of the parent under the shoulder straps.