BabyBondaProductions

Baby Carrier and wrap scrap creations you CAN sew

Victoria, Canada · 560 Sales

BabyBondaProductions

Baby Carrier and wrap scrap creations you CAN sew

Victoria, Canada 560 Sales On Etsy since 2011

5 out of 5 stars
(78)

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Wanda

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Announcement   You can make it: Easy to sew patterns turn “I wish I could” into “I made it!”

I design easy sew patterns with extra information for those new to sewing. Patterns listed as "experienced beginner" means it is expected that you know how to follow a pattern and how to operate your sewing machine.

I aim to make patterns that can be sewn on most home sewing machines. You don’t need a fancy machine and with the right fabric, foam and needle choices, you should be able to sew my patterns on any machine.

I would recommend the Easy Toy Onbuhimo as a first sewing project.

The Buckle Onbuhimo Toddler Carrier and the Onbuhimo Toy Doll Carrier are listed as "intermediate" given the increased skill required for sewing through layers of foam and fabric.

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Blog: www.babybondaproductions.com
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Last updated on Aug 24, 2017

You can make it: Easy to sew patterns turn “I wish I could” into “I made it!”

I design easy sew patterns with extra information for those new to sewing. Patterns listed as "experienced beginner" means it is expected that you know how to follow a pattern and how to operate your sewing machine.

I aim to make patterns that can be sewn on most home sewing machines. You don’t need a fancy machine and with the right fabric, foam and needle choices, you should be able to sew my patterns on any machine.

I would recommend the Easy Toy Onbuhimo as a first sewing project.

The Buckle Onbuhimo Toddler Carrier and the Onbuhimo Toy Doll Carrier are listed as "intermediate" given the increased skill required for sewing through layers of foam and fabric.

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Blog: www.babybondaproductions.com
Facebook: www.facebook.com/babybondaproductions
Instagram: www.instagram.com/babybondaproductions
Twitter: www.twitter.com/babybondap
Pinterest: www.pinterest.com/babybonda

Wanda

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Wanda

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You can make it: unlock your potential to sew projects you love.

I design easy sew patterns with extra information for those new to sewing. Patterns listed as "experienced beginner" means it is expected that you know how to follow a pattern and how to operate your sewing machine.

I aim to make patterns that can be sewn on most home sewing machines. You don’t need a fancy machine and with the right fabric, foam and needle choices, you should be able to sew my patterns on any machine.

I would recommend the Easy Toy Wonbu as a first sewing project.

The Wonbu Toddler Carrier and the Wonbu Toy Doll Carrier are listed as "intermediate" given the increased skill required for sewing through layers of foam and fabric.

My friends call me "Bonda" and my creations "Bonda Productions" which was the early start of Baby Bonda Productions. When my oldest was a few months old, he didn't sleep well at night but consistently had several long naps each day which allowed me time to sew and create. I started with affordable wetbags, wipes and cloth liners for friends and was soon selling on Etsy.

One of my early soft structured carriers I sewed for myself was very similar to a popular carrier and became known as my Wula, as in a Wanda made Tula. When a high back carrier grew in popularity, I designed and sewed my own to prove that it couldn't be comfortable without waist support and instead proved myself wrong! And the Wonbu (Wanda made Onbu) was born. This is not a proper use of Onbu which is a concept and Onbuhimo a traditional Japanese carrier as explained in this article --> https://www.babywearing.jp/blog/2016/08/17/486

I hope you enjoy creating as much as I have enjoyed making these patterns to share!

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  • Wanda

    Owner, Dabbler Extraordinaire

    I love to sew and quilt! My interests are constantly changing as my children grow. Babywearing has been an important part of that journey. I love how wrap scrap creations mix two important parts of me.

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Last updated on Jun 14, 2017
Frequently asked questions
What level of sewing experience do I need to sew your patterns?

I design easy sew patterns with extra information for those new to sewing. Patterns listed as “experienced beginner” means it is expected that you know how to follow a pattern and how to operate your sewing machine.

I would recommend the Easy Toy Onbuhimo as a first sewing project.

The Buckle Onbuhimo Toddler Carrier and the Onbuhimo Toy Doll Carrier are listed as “intermediate” given the increased skill required for sewing through layers of foam and fabric.

Do I need a special sewing machine?

I aim to make patterns that can be sewn on most home sewing machines. You don’t need a fancy machine and with the right fabric, foam and needle choices, you should be able to sew my patterns on any machine.

Are you looking at buying a new sewing machine and want to get the most bang for your buck? Check out "Which sewing machine do I need?" on my blog for key features of different sewing machines.

Can I sell the products I make with your patterns?

Yes, you are welcome to sell toy and other items, that are not babywearing carriers, made from my patterns. I ask that you include a note about the item being a ‘Baby Bonda Productions Design’ on the tag and a link to my website “www.babybondaproductions.com” or to “www.babybondaproductions.etsy.com” in online listings.

If you would like to sell babywearing carriers made from my patterns, please contact me first as there are additional considerations to address.

Are your carrier patterns compliant?

Carrier compliance with safety regulations is based on much more than the pattern. It encompasses compliance of materials used in construction, tracking of finished products, labeling and physical testing of the product. It is not required, nor is it feasible, for a sewing pattern to be compliant. If you are planning on selling babywearing carriers, I highly recommend you join BCIA (Baby Carrier Industry Alliance) for information on meeting baby carrier regulations.

I didn't realize I purchased a pattern, not a finished product. Can I return it?

Due to the nature of PDF patterns all sales are final and may not be returned. Each pattern listings states that this is a pattern, not a finished item and it is stated several other places in my shop. I do welcome suggestions on how to improve listings to clarify the item is a pattern, not a finished item.