Kids Bedroom designing and decoration with kids Items and play things

NURSERY BEDDING & Ac deep. Use a single thickness of double thickness of lighter fabric. Of fabric for the back panel the finished overall piece. Cut the pockets making the length of a same as the width of the panel, 2.5 cm(1 in) across the top for a ( and 12 mm (! in) turning across Cut sufficient binding or bias cut f the outer edge of the back pane. two loops from fabric or binding storage pockets from the corner cot or from two hooks on the back Turn under a double 12 mm across the top of each pocket. Turn under and press a 12 mm allowance across the lower edge, three strips across the front of the spacing them evenly apart. Ta down the sides and across the Top stitch in place.

 Mark the pocket across the strips, and tack marked lines. Top stitch in place, the end of the stitching at the pocket by sewing a few stitches in Position binding around the 01 the front panel, making a pleat at to form a neat miter. Position the strip for the corner loops between and fabric at each top corner. Stitch enclosing the sides of the pockets J across the end of the loops. Turn to the back of the panel and stitch edge in place by hand or machine. 

For deeper pockets, allow an (1 in) for each pocket along the strip. Turn and stitch the top hem: seam allowance under along the before stitching the strip in position stitching lines for each pocket deep tuck on either line. Make similar tucks 2 cm end of the pocket strip. Tack the tucks in place. Position across the back panel and stitch before, so that the ends of the tuck by the base stitching. Remove bind the edge. Turn under 2.5 cm down each long edge of the binding, position on the inner side of the quilted panel, with the raw edge of the binding 2.5 cm from the edge of the panel, right sides together. Stitch along the fold line, making tucks to turn the corners.

Turn the binding over to the outside of the quilted panel and slip stitch in place by hand or machine just inside the previous line of stitching. 3 Make up ties by turning in 12 mm (t in) down each long edge and then folding in half. Press and stitch, turning in the ends. Stitch the center of each tie to the appropriate point on the outside of the binding by hand. Do not make the ties too long; if they were to come untied, they could become entwined around a baby’s neck.

 POCKET STORAGE A simple fabric pocket storage system, hung on the back of the door or at the foot of the cot, can be used to store baby-changing equipment or small items of clothing. Decide on a suitable overall size for the storage system: about 60 cm wide by 100 cm deep is suitable for most needs. Plan the size and number of pockets: the instructions here are for three rows of pockets across the width of the panel, 30cm.