Featuring over a dozen compartments of various sizes, this handy clutter-buster easily straps to the seatback and offers plenty of space for baby items, toys, and tech gadgets.
Zippered and slip pockets of mesh, vinyl, and quilted fabric hold diapers and wipes, small toys, snacks, sippy cups, water bottles, and more.
At the top, there is a strategically-placed touchscreen-friendly zippered pocket that fits and protects most full-size devices for hands-free viewing. The zipper on the side of the pocket provides convenient access to a headphone jack, charger port, etc.
What a fantastic accessory for road trips and family vacations!
Heading out for a walk? The caddy quickly converts to a stroller organizer so busy moms and dads can take along all the essentials.
Whether your goal is a cleaner backseat or fuss-free stroller journeys, this handy organizer helps tame that overwhelming clutter.
The finished organizer measure 23""H x 15""W when open and 14""H x 15""W when folded for attaching to a stroller.
NOTE TO SHOP OWNERS:
Backseat Babysitter 2.0 is an update of our popular Backseat Babysitter pattern which was originally released in 2016.
The new 2.0 version doesn’t change the design of the organizer, but we’ve changed the names of many of the pieces and significantly rearranged the steps to make the pattern easier to read and follow.
We've also greatly improved the process of making, binding, and attaching the dimensional pockets in the middle of the organizer.
We have also filmed an Add-on Video to help you and your customers make the project.
Because of the many changes and since the Backseat Babysitter 2.0 pattern includes a coupon to get the Add-On Video at no charge, we would recommend that customers purchase the new and improved version of the pattern. Note that, due to the many changes, the Add-on video for the updated version will not be of help to customers who are working with the original pattern.
Backseat Babysitter 2.0 makes a great class for all levels of sewists, from beginners to more advanced makers.
We'd suggest two half-day classes OR a full-day class for this project. If you split it into two classes, we'd suggest that you cover Steps II - IV in the first class, covering preparation of the various components of the bag (zipper, binding, straps, and pockets). Students can finish the components and return to complete Steps V and VI to assemble the organizer in the second class.
We recommend that students read the pattern and watch the Add-on Videos before coming to class. They should also come to class with their fabric quilted and everything cut out and labeled for their project. So, they should complete all of step I. Cut and Quilt on pages 2 and 3 of the pattern before coming to class.
Add-on Video notice: There is an Add-on Video™¿ available for this pattern. The Add-on Video™¿ is specially designed to support specific parts of the pattern and help the customer learn our best techniques. It doesn't replace the pattern -- it will enhance their sewing experience.
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