Saturday, December 31, 2016
Wednesday, March 30, 2016
I love the simplicity of a flat hood, but sometimes the canvas gets a little hot. I also feel like the stock hood is starting to get a little small. When my son wakes up he immediately pulls at it. That's why I decided to make a new double-sided flat hood.
Thursday, November 12, 2015
Three people will each win this prize! If this giveaway is popular, I’d love to have more in the future with things like snaps, snap tools, buckles, etc. So share, share, share so that I can host more of these in the future!
The giveaway starts now and will end on 20 November 2015 at midnight MST.
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Sunday, October 25, 2015
The wait is finally over! After getting my computer to play nice with Blogger and taking care of family obligations, this has taken longer than I had hoped. But now, I present to you the Hoodie Hood Tutorial!!
I love the convenience of the flat hood and how easy it is to use on my Tula, but my kid HATES it! he will scream bloody murder when it's up if he happens to be awake. That flat hood also does little to nothing to help protect my kid's head from the sun or other elements unless it's hooked in and that's not happening - see above.
If you're in the same boat as me or you just love that you can personalize your carriers with fun designs like the one pictured above, it's time to make a hoodie hood!
Tuesday, August 11, 2015
Thursday, July 23, 2015
There will be instructions for both Tula and Kinderpack. Tell me what your preference is - instructions that include where there are differences for the two carrier types or two separate posts, one for each carrier? The directions are very similar for both but there are several differences. Leave me me a comment and let me know what you want to see!
Tuesday, June 16, 2015
The wait is over! I present to you, new updated patterns for both Tula and Kinderpack!
Wednesday, May 27, 2015
Step one is to make your reach straps. Follow the tutorial on the previous post here (pictures coming soon!). You can leave one end of each strap unfinished as it will be inside the embroidered end when you're finished.
Are you having trouble pulling your hood onto your little one's head in a back carry? Do you just want a little something to cute-ify your hood? The most versatile and easily changed accessory is the reach strap! Follow this easy and fast tutorial and you'll be accessorized in no time.
For this super quick and simple tutorial, you will need a strip of fabric that is 2.5" wide by about 19-20" long. If you would like to use two different fabrics or need to utilize space on your fabric differently, you can use two strips that are each 2.5" wide by about 10" long.