I added a small ring of Gorilla Glue
I’m pretty sure the decorative caps
Her name is actually
but it wouldn’t fit.
I call her Edyn Grace though and reserve Laura for when she’s in trouble.
What up, g?
(The “g” looks kind of odd. Ohhhhkaayy. Moving on.)
Cut fabric and batting to this measurement.
My cradle was 9 1/2 in. wide x 24 in. long so I cut a 17 in. x 21 in. (folded)
piece of gingham for my blanket. Piece measured 34 in. x 21 in. unfolded.
Batting measured 17 in. x 21 in.
fold so that right sides are facing,
lay batting on top,
and stitch sides.
stitch open end closed with 1/4 in. seam
and follow the seam around the edges of the entire blanket.
(Can you tell I was hoping for a girl?)
I chose not to use pink in the nursery and so the bumper has been waiting for a project.
Fortunately, it was the exact same width as the cradle! I cut a section for a mattress.
I created bias tape out of the polka dot canopy fabric to finish the cut end.
It even has a fancy little edge to it.
I hope my baby girl loves her new cradle, bedding, and canopy.
I had such fun making them for her…
and saving $128!
Made in China…
Made with love by mommy…
She made a brief appearance for the photo shoot.)