Guys, this took me 5 minutes.
Not even that, because I went super low tech, and didn't hem this at all. But my model was heading to bed, and my sewing machine is neatly put away. So here you have the no-sew car seat blanket, which I'm sure is on Pinterest already, but you know that rabbit hole: if I'd gone there to look, it would have taken me multiple hours of researching and prep, and getting majorly sidetracked on other projects for a brilliant Pinterest fail.
Five minutes. Half of that was probably taking the pictures.
I got the cheapest fleece blanket from Walmart. The kind I buy and give my dog.
Put it in the carseat, and marked the straps, which you can see in black sharpie.
Cut across the buckle, and connected the dots. I honestly will probably go back and stitch the tops and bottoms of these cuts at least so that it doesn't rip more. You could easily hand stitch this if you're allergic to a sewing machine or don't have one. Or use a stapler, I guess...
Put the kiddo in said blanket.
And then buckle and go.
|Kaylee is also modeling her pajama style, which include a dress up skirt over her jam pants.|
Jesse thinks we should just leave these in the car, but my objective behind these is that I don't always get the car warmed up before it's time to go places in the winter, and they'd be as cold as the car if we left them outside, ready to go. I'm not sure what we'll end up doing, but what are 3 more blankets laying around the house and piled to take with us?
Again, I'm sure there are way better and much cooler car seat blankets you can make on Pinterest. Or if you know a super crafty person. This is my (less than) 5 minute model, and Kaylee was ready to go try it out immediately, so I think she's on board with it.