Week 4 already! This week I had to really think on what to make this week. The man cub was in need of undies, the girl child needed something to wear for Valentine’s day, plus princess dresses for her and her friend from school for her birthday tea party in about 5 weeks, I also need to make pillowcases and chair book bags for each of the kids to keep track of library books. Sooo much sewing so little time and with the shut down continuing on, I have very little me time!
There are 2 sizes you can sew the Junior (up to 30″) and Senior (up to 34″). I knew I needed to see how it would actually fit on the chair to determine which one to make so I was stuck doing a muslin. I started with the Junior size thinking that our dining room chairs are fairly narrow since they are Shaker style. Unfortunately, that size was just a hair too small to work on the dining room chairs (each child has their own chair and thus figured it would be easiest for their chair bags to be in a general area for easy access). So I was on the hunt for other chairs we have in the house. Finally settling on this rainbow Ikea chair for these photos.
The Junior size is a tad big on this Ikea chair but it does look cute. Sweet pea chose that moment to let me know she hates it because there is no green in it and she doesn’t want it for her little chair. I promised I would make a new one for her to fit on the dining room chair that has lots of green.
The 52 Week Sewing Challenge theme was sewing with red, and I had gotten this fabric last year around this time last year from Kimmy Snabric and though it would be so pretty as a chair bag. It is adorable even if Sweet Pea isn’t a huge fan of it.
The cherry hearts are bright and cheery.
Long story short, I will make more of these. It was quick to assemble, the pattern is free and tutorial style so no pattern pieces. If you are looking for a quick gift or sew, this is a great one to go with!