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Olive Kids Train, Planes and Trucks Nap Mat

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Here’s a great idea, make the kids their very own roll up portable nap mat! We love this and know you’ll find it very handy. It’s perfect for taking to Grandma’s, the park and anywhere at all. It is so compact and comes with a shoulder strap for easy transport. Scroll our page and check out the fabulous Pillow Mattresses too. They have been hugely popular in our Community and they are a great idea. Be sure to Pin your favourites.

Here’s a great idea, make the kids their very own roll up portable nap mat! We love this and know you’ll find it very handy. It’s perfect for taking to Grandma’s, the park and anywhere at all. It is so compact and comes with a shoulder strap for easy transport. Scroll our page and check out the fabulous Pillow Mattresses too. They have been hugely popular in our Community and they are a great idea. Be sure to Pin your favourites.

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  • 3. Step Six: Let’s Connect the Top and Bottom It’s “Go Time!” - Leave the 22” x 52” rectangle you just stitched the blanket to, right side up. - On top of this, place the other large rectangle right side down. - Pin the two pieces together. Stitch the top, bottom, and ONLY the length with the blanket attached together. Leave the other length open. Step Seven: Add a Pi$ow Turn mat to the right side. - Measure 10” down from the top of the mat. Stitch a line across the width of the mat. This stitch line will be the bottom of your pillow. - Now you have one opening on the side to stuff the fiberfill in. Stuff it. Then edge stitch closed. Step Eight: Velcro is our Friend We’re putting velcro on this baby to make washing easy. -You have one open length on each rectangle below the pillow. Sew your velcro to it. (Make it pretty though and press 1/2” of the unfinished fabric edge inside before you sew the velcro). Step Nine: Insert Foam That’s it. - Seriously, that’s it. Put your foam in. Velcro closed. Step Ten: Sew on Buttons Fold up your nap mat, rolling the pillow down first. - Once you roll up your nap mat and see where your button tabs hit, make a mark where you need to sew each button. - Remove the foam. Sew the buttons on. Put the foam back in. Celebrate!!! :) If you have any questions about this tutorial, feel free to let me know and I will do my best to clarify. Thanks! Jenny 3
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    Here’s a great idea, make the kids their very own roll up portable nap mat! We love this and know you’ll find it very handy. It’s perfect for taking to Grandma’s, the park and anywhere at all. It is so compact and comes with a shoulder strap for easy transport. Scroll our page and check out the fabulous Pillow Mattresses too. They have been hugely popular in our Community and they are a great idea. Be sure to Pin your favourites.

    Roll up the nap mat like a jelly roll by starting at the top and rolling downward. Wrap the attached ribbons around the roll and secure with a bow.