I saw an idea on Pinterest about hanging bibs on the back of a high chair using a Command hook. Genius, I thought. Until I watched my child reach up and pull things off a table higher than I thought she could reach. Yeah, those bibs would be everywhere! But I really wanted the drawer space back! So I decided on a “backpack” that would hang on the back of her chair.
Now, I have to be honest. I know how to make one type of pouch. And I just used the same format over and over. Remember, this tutorial for the bag for Fabric Memory? Pretty much the same thing with just a few modifications (yeah, I’m using some of the same pictures…) I did only use one panel for the outer fabric and lining this time though.
What you’ll need:
*Outer fabric panel 14×24″
*Lining fabric panel 14×24″
1. Fold the bottom of your panel up so there’s about a 4″ flap at the top. Sew up both sides. Do this with the lining too.
5. Sew around all the edges, leaving about an inch gap. Clip your corners.
6. Turn it right side out. Top stitch around the whole opening, which will close the gap.
Then you’re ready to attach to your chair and fill with bibs. Nice and out of the way!
Enjoy that you just freed up a drawer in your kitchen!