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Recovered Infant Car Seat Tutorial

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I decided to make this tutorial as I was preparing for my second child. I have a little girl and am now expecting a son! The thought of buying a new car seat seemed silly. I decided to try and recover my daughter's original seat. It wasn't nearly as hard as I thought it would be. I also decided to share this tutorial with others.

This tutorial will allow you to recover any infant car seat, canopy, and headrest using the orginial batting pieces. In order to recover the seat, the original fabric will have to be removed. Therefore the seat will have to be taken apart and resewn together much like reupholstering a chair. The instructions are concise and easy to follow with 28 pages of text and over 100 detailed photographs. All the original batting will be reused. This will guarantee a proper fit. Please note this is a tutorial and not a finished product.

Included in purchase:

- detailed easy to follow step by step instructions to recover any infant car seat, canopy, and headrest
- over 100 detail colored photographs to guide you throughout the sewing process
- Pattern delivered via e-mail within 24 hours of payment as PDF.
- Contact information for questions and comments is also included.
- free shipping

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Recovered Infant Car Seat Tutorial


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