You probably have all the Supplies on hand:
Lay the hanger on the table so that you can eyeball the length of batting and fabric you will cut.
It makes sense to make more than one at a time…
I get bored easily….that old ADHD problem I have….so I only did 6 in one sitting….well actually 3 sittings…but that is MY Problem….maybe you will be more focused!
Roll the batting around the bottom of the hanger.
Hand stitch the batting…pulling it sort of tight but loose enough that it rolls and is soft and fluffy.
I tried other techniques to attach it, but the quick hand stitching really worked the best. It only takes a minute….
Press one edge of the fabric for a neat folded edge on the top and roll it around the batting.
Use the fusible hem tape and press the edge down.
Using the fusible web gives a clean edge and is really fast.
I don’t think you could hand stitch this as nicely.
You will have a leftover fabric on each side that will need to be tucked in.
SO that’s what the screwdriver is for!
You simply push in the fabric like this….
making a nice finish on each end.
Links to these parties:
Linkin With Lil’Luna
What a great idea. Now some manufacturer will grab that idea and run with it and be rich! I used to sew up the sides of a whole box of Pampers when my kids were potty training and all of a sudden they came out with pull-ups! yeah-I got robbed! xo Diana
NanaDiana is right. That is a fabulous idea. Ginger
I am visiting after hopping over from Upstairs Downstairs. Have a great week. Ginger