Upon browsing some forums, I had been seeing great pictures of kids wearing their dolls and I also want that one for my DD.
My DD is 16 months, in this age she is already have a blue elmo as her baby..lol She even copies me when I carry her until she is asleep. She loves being in our Action Baby carrier so I want to make her a carrier to use so she can where her dolls.
Do you know any styles that I can use to make one? or place I can find these carriers? how much? Thanks in advance!!!
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Tagging onto this, does anyone know of patterns for making a sling or carrier for a stuffed animal or doll to carry another (smaller) stuffed animal or doll?
The Beco Mini is about $30: https://www.jilliansdrawers.com/products/forbaby/toysforpreschoolers/dolls/becomini
The Ergo Doll Carrier is about $25: https://www.jilliansdrawers.com/products/forbaby/toysforpreschoolers/dolls/ergodollcarrier
The Mini Moby is about $15: https://www.jilliansdrawers.com/products/forbaby/toysforpreschoolers/dolls/minimobychilddollcarrier
Several Etsy sellers offer doll slings. These are $12-13: http://www.etsy.com/shop/SnuggyBaby?section_id=6456916
This one has doll mei tais for $16-18: http://www.etsy.com/shop/CmommyCreations?section_id=7633686
Liesl Gibson's book Oliver + s: Little Things to Sew (http://www.amazon.com/Oliver-Little-Things-Sew-Accessories/dp/1584799102/ref=la_B004FR2WS2_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1347160648&sr=1-1) has a pattern for a crotch dangling Bjorn-style teddy bear carrier that you could modify to make an Ergo-style carrier.
Here's a free pattern for a doll sling: http://www.getcreativeshow.com/Crafting_Sewing_Conference_Center/craft_sewing_seminars/doll_sling.htm
Here's a free pattern for a wrap-strap mei tai (like a Maya Tie) that you could scale down using your child's measurements:http://thosemartins.com/bmt/
Here's a free pattern for a no-sew fleece mei tai that you could scale down: http://www.wearyourbaby.org/Default.aspx?tabid=118
And here are instructions for a hemp jersey wrap that you could scale down: http://thosemartins.com/bmt/wraps.htm
I imagine to make a doll-carrying-doll carrier, you'd just need to scale down any of the above patterns to match the doll's measurements. For simplicity, you might choose a kesen or kanga style cloth, such as the ones popular in east Africa: http://site.peppermint.com/kikoyInst.htm, that way you just need a rectangle.