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Cars Car Caddy: Closed

Cars Car Caddy

September 7, 2011 Sarah Coggins

Making my son a car caddy has been on my to-do list for a while. I finally completed it and he’s loving it. I used a mix of fabrics from my stash (the black & white checkered came from his birthday party bean bags!) and ordered one fun new fabric – the Cars road map print. The latter was the perfect addition. Besides his love of Cars, the road map design also provides a second driving “surface” for him to play on.

Cars Car Caddy: Closed
Folded up and ready to go!
Cars Car Caddy: Inside
The inside with pockets and road.
Cars Car Caddy: Road Map
The outside with the road map.

Supplies: cotton fabrics; Coats & Clark thread; velcro; belting.

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