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Bassinets are the cocoons that envelop the baby in its initial time in the world. Bassinet covers, needless to say should be baby-friendly and pleasant to look at too. Let's see some ideas for the same, in this article.
Homemade bassinet covers add a special decorative touch to the baby's room. With the large variety of fabrics and trims available, the design possibilities are almost endless. Homemade bassinet covers are special because they are stitched together with love. With some fabric and a little imagination, you can make a bassinet cover that adds the perfect complement to your baby's room, whether you use a commercial pattern or create your own.
If you know how to take measurements and use a ruler, you can make your own bassinet cover pattern. Measure your bassinet to determine how much material you will need. First, measure the height from the top of the bassinet to the floor. Next, measure the outside circumference of the bassinet and double the number; you double the number to add fullness to the skirt. Use these numbers to measure your material for cutting. For example, if the height measurement is 27 inches and the circumference measurement is 89 inches, you will cut your material in a length and width of 178 inches (89 x 2) x 27 inches. For a bassinet cover of this size, you will need 5 yards of material and 5 yards of fabric lining (36 inches in a yard). You will also need thread, 2 1/2 yards of 1-inch elastic, 5 yards of 1-inch lace and 5 yards of 5-inch lace.