Seat Belt Covers
You know, for your neck. So that the seat belt doesn't rub your neck raw. Especially nice for little kiddos. (But you could really make these any size.) We pulled out our bike trailer several weeks ago and plopped the two kiddos in but realized after a short ride, that the seat belt rubbed our little guy's neck......and he hated it. Poor thing. (And another friend that lives nearby had the same problem and asked if I had an idea of how to make these little covers. Thanks for getting me…
Seat Belt Cover Tutorial - Fusible Fleece Week - Therm O Web
Our family is looking forward to a couple of road trips this Summer and in order to keep everyone comfortable for those long hours in the car, I’ve sewn up a couple of seat belt covers with HeatnBond® Fusible Fleece for my kiddos. These were fast and easy to whip up and I thought I’d share … Read more...
Padded Seat Belt Cover • The Crafty Mummy
Little Miss was complaining about the seat belt rubbing on her neck, so I created a simple padded seat belt cover to make it more comfortable.
40 Winks™ Pillow: Traveling just got a lot more comfortable
Jennifer Klekas is raising funds for 40 Winks™ Pillow: Traveling just got a lot more comfortable on Kickstarter! Transform any chair into a cozy place of rest with this beautifully-designed, self supporting travel pillow made of soft cotton fabric.
Seat Belt Pillow Tutorial
I don't know about you, but I've seen quite a few seat belt pillow pictures on Pinterest but zero tutorials! So I decided to make one and share my trial run with you. I just used my cell phone to take pictures so please forgive the quality. This was a fairly simple project and it…