July 2, 2012

Baby wipe case tutorial





Have you seen or heard about "Bitatto"?
A method of use is just remove the film sheet of the lid and stick it to commercially sold baby wipe case.

I will introduce how to make your own baby wipe case using "Bitatto".
You will need...Laminated fabric 30cm×50cm cut,  30cm coil zipper, Bitatto, Glue.

1. Cut to H27cm×W41cm. Mark position of line A, B & C to wrong side as below.

2. Trace an oval shape of Bitatto to the center of the wrong side.

3. Cut an oval shape out.

4. Fold line "A" of one side as below. Press with your fingers to make a crease.

5. Sew folded edge at 1mm from the edge.

6. Fold line "B" of one side same as step4. Then sew folded edge as step5. Repeat it for the other side.

It will look like this.


7. Fold line "C".

8. Attach the long side of "C" to the zipper like images. Then sew folded edge at 2mm from the edge.

9. Repeat it to the other side.

10. Cut off the extra zipper. Please make sure that zipper slider is in the middle before do this.

11. Binding both sides. Bias tape : Two 4cm×14cm
sew at 1cm from the edge


fold the raw edges to inside like this

topstitch to finish binding

12. Make flap. Trace flap of Bitatto as below. Then cut it out.


13. Apply glue to the whole flap outside of Bitatto.

14. Place the fabric piece on it.

15. Remove the seal.

16. Apply glue around the adhesive side.

17. Attach it to wipe case as below. Match the hole of Step3.

18. Please stretch wrinkles with your fingers as below.

19. Remove the film sheet of the lid. Put bag of baby wipes into the case.





 
Let's make your own baby wipe case!

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16 comments:

  1. This is such an awesome idea! I would love for you to link up to my linky party via: http://ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com/2012/07/live-show-me-what-you-got-tuesdays.html.

    Mrs. Delightful
    www.ourdelightfulhome.blogspot.com

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  2. This is fantastic! A definite MUST MAKE baby shower gift for my sister! I've already pinned it.

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  3. This is amazing! So much nicer than all the "just cover a plastic case" wipes tutorials I've seen. Would love to feature this if you could add the Craftastic party button somewhere. Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday at Sew Can Do.

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  4. Thank you so much!I hope everyone enjoy with this tutorial.:)

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  5. Such a fabulous idea and an easy to follow tutorial!!! This would make a lovely gift that not only looks good, but is totally practical, too. I would love for you to share this at our ongoing linky that's just for Baby Items...
    http://threadingmyway.blogspot.com/2012/03/threading-your-way-everything-baby-link.html

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  6. Just love it and thanks for adding the party button. You've been featured at this week's Craftastic Party. Stop by & grab a Featured On button. Thanks for linking to Craftastic Monday at Sew Can Do:)

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  7. Hi Yumiko, I've featured your Baby Wipe Case tutorial today...
    http://threadingmyway.blogspot.com/2012/07/threading-your-way-features_20.html

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  8. Hi Yumiko,

    This is absolutelly genial. Thanks so much for sharing , I love it!!! Nice blog!
    Have a look at my blog and leave a comment I'll be glad :)!

    Hugs from Portugal
    Ana Love Craft

    www.lovecraft2012.blogspot.com

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  9. Great tutorial! I'll try it when I get over my fear of sewing zippers... I'm a beginner. Anyhoo, thanks for sharing!!!

    T'onna @ www.navywifeypeters.blogspot.com

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  10. Me encanta la idea, tan pronto tenga un hueco me apunto a hacerlo. Bichiña

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  11. Many Baby wipes come in such packaging. So there is no point of spending some more in packaging. Anyways good implementation I must say.

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  12. Lovely I have been looking for this for a long time.
    Yes Kim there are baby wipes that come with its own packaging like this but they are never pretty in the matching fabric of my handmade bags ;)

    Wil search where to find the lid in the Netherlands.

    find this soon on my blog (Dutch)
    sabrientje1977.blogspot.nl

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  13. Hi and thanks for a lovely tutorial.
    I started on my one yesterday but im stock at 11.
    I dont understand how to do that part. I understand that i should sewing 1cm in but the rest????
    Please can you help me or send som more pics??
    Regards
    Suzanne

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  14. Hope you can help me?
    Regards
    Suzanne

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  15. excellente idée ,merci pour le partage

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