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If you're a young mother-to-be, you've probably seen the new trend of beds for tiny newborns. Moses Baskets first started in the Bible but now they're popular without the tar to keep the water out. If you want to keep your baby safe and close for the first three months, this is the way to go. I started making bedding for Moses Baskets about 2 years ago and have made a LOT of them since. http://www.quiltedbykaren.etsy.com

This pattern is the result of hours of trying different ways to make the bedding with an edge over the sides. I just sort of figured out how to do it by thinking. So if you want to make the bedding for your Moses Basket, buy the pattern. If you are an intermediate seamtress, I think you will be successful. The pattern will work for a Badger or Tadpole basket. You can order the baskets online from Walmart or Amazon. If you have any problems, just convo me, and I will help you with the directions.

You will need about 2 yards each of 2 cotton fabrics for the bedding. If you use Minky, you'll only need one because it comes in 54" width.

This pattern is mine. You may not electronically reproduce, copy, or distribute the pattern in any way. You may not use my photos on your website or blog without written permission from me.

PDF Pattern How to Make your Own Lapped Moses Basket Bedding Without Going Crazy by Karen Brauer

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