Now down to the business for today...
Well, I am one of the lucky owners of one of these. The cover is a small print cotton fabric. Not bad, but tonight I was thinking how much better it could be if it had a cozy sweater cover to make it so much more conducive to those painful parts that you might want to place it upon.
|Needed supplies for this project:|
One Sweater Sleeve (doesn't need to be as long as the pouch)
Sewing Machine, or a hand sewing needle
Note: This is a cover to go over the current one, not a replacement for it.
|Pin the sleeve to fit the pouch.|
(My sleeve is very large at the shoulder so I tapered it to better fit the Bed Buddy by pinning it first.
If you have a straighter sleeve you may not need to do this step.)
|Next step is to cut off the excess, turn the pins perpendicular to the seam line, and use the machine to make the seam. You could also just hand stitch the seam.|
|The cuff will be the closed end of the cover.|
With the cuff portion of the sleeve make another seam just above the ribbing.
|Now the cuff may be cut off. (Save for other projects!)|
Turn the sleeve right side out.
|The finished cover.|
Have a Cozy Evening with your Newly-Sweatered Bed Buddy!