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  • Next, you will cut a curvethat will become the pouchshape that baby will sit in. Markingandcutting the curve isthe trickiest part of this free baby sling pattern, but it looks harderthan it is. Justtake it slow and follow the directions. When you make your second sling, it will make more sense and ismuch easier. I use pins andstring to mark out the curve. (fig. 7) I like toplace a pin at thebottom right corner to hold everything in place whilecutting. Pin straight down into thecarpet or cutting board through all the layers offabric.

    Next, you will cut a curvethat will become the pouchshape that baby will sit in. Markingandcutting the curve isthe trickiest part of this free baby sling pattern, but it looks harderthan it is. Justtake it slow and follow the directions. When you make your second sling, it will make more sense and ismuch easier. I use pins andstring to mark out the curve. (fig. 7) I like toplace a pin at thebottom right corner to hold everything in place whilecutting. Pin straight down into thecarpet or cutting board through all the layers offabric.

  • Next, you will cut a curvethat will become the pouchshape that baby will sit in. Markingandcutting the curve isthe trickiest part of this free baby sling pattern, but it looks harderthan it is. Justtake it slow and follow the directions. When you make your second sling, it will make more sense and ismuch easier. I use pins andstring to mark out the curve. (fig. 7) I like toplace a pin at thebottom right corner to hold everything in place whilecutting. Pin straight down into thecarpet or cutting board through all the layers offabric.

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    Time Saver Tip:  

    If you plan on making more than one sling, then use the sling that you've just cut to make a quick paper version of your custom made free baby sling pattern.  Take the folded sling fabric, and lay it on a piece of heavy paper.  A cut and unfolded paper shopping bag or a heavy piece of wrapping paper would work well.  
    Carefully trace around your sling to create a paper pattern.  Be sure to label the pattern with the name and measurements of the person who it is made for, as well as the fabric type (stretchy or non-stretchy).  Now all you have to do for your next sling is fold the fabric, pin on your free baby sling pattern, and cut it out!  
    It's also easier to make modifications when you make your own free baby sling pattern.  If your first sling turns out a little too long after you sew it, or you want the pouch to be deeper, just make some notes on your paper pattern, and make the needed adjustments on your next sling.

  • Time Saving Tips for Cutting Your Baby Sling Pattern:
    • If you are lining your sling, you can carefully line up your fabrics with right sides facing.  Then proceed with the rest of the free baby sling pattern directions, cutting both pieces of fabric as you go.
    • Be sure to keep those edges lined up and neat as you make your cuts and folds.  This makes it much easier to sew straight and professional looking seams later.  
    • The illustrations in this baby sling pattern are not to scale...the goal is to clearly represent the idea that I am trying to convey to you.  If you would rather have photographs to go by, then try this photographic free baby sling pattern.  It's not quite as detailed as this free baby sling pattern.
    • Look for more tips and time saver advice as you go.

    Next, you will cut a curvethat will become the pouchshape that baby will sit in. Markingandcutting the curve isthe trickiest part of this free baby sling pattern, but it looks harderthan it is. Justtake it slow and follow the directions. When you make your second sling, it will make more sense and ismuch easier. I use pins andstring to mark out the curve. (fig. 7) I like toplace a pin at thebottom right corner to hold everything in place whilecutting. Pin straight down into thecarpet or cutting board through all the layers offabric.

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