Thursday, March 25, 2010

My Quilted Napsacks

From December 2008 to December 2009 I completed 14 Nap Sacks for family and friends.  That is a little over 1 napsack a month.  I love making these things... the end result is so satisfying!

I can generally get a nap sack done over a weekend in between tending to the needs of my two little ones.  If you don't have any distractions, you can easily get one done in one day.  Here are some pictures of my finished Nap Sacks.






















You can get my free tutorial on how to make the version with Layer Cakes on the Moda Bake Shop for your friends and family.



PLEASE NOTE: The construction of these napsacks is my original design. Please do not copy my design without my explicit permission. Thank you!

22 comments:

  1. Angela, these are awesome! They would perfect for the kids going to sleepovers or when we head out to the lake! I see about 8 of these in my future....

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  2. These are super cute! It is hard to choose a favorite!

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  3. Nap sack queen! love them

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  4. SO Cute! I might have to make one just for myself - but bigger! :)

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  5. you're unbelievable! these are so clever and cute, i love them...ALL! i'm with cyndi..need one for me!

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  6. those are all so cool. I would have loved to have one when my twins were little.. I'm always looking for something to make for my nephews for gifts.. I think these would be perfect..
    I esp. love the doggy & airplane ones...

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  7. Wow, you have been busy. These are darling, what a great Christmas gift they would make for my nieces and nephews, especially if they help kids take naps!

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  8. I love them! You are so sweet to make so many of them for your friends and family. :)d

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  9. These are just so gorgeous! Thanks for the tutorial.

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  10. The nap sack is a great idea. I would love to do that so when we have our nieces over they would have something more cozy to sleep in (other than a blanket on the couch). How would you launder them? Delicate cycle?

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  11. The One and Only: They actually wash up really nice... just like a quilt. I wash them in Cold Water and then dry them in the dryer on Medium heat.

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  12. Man, you are a mad woman!!! :) Just kidding, but really, each one is so cute. I'm impressed that you did so much piecing and details on them - not just a two pieces of fabric slapped together. They're darling. Great job!

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  13. 原來這世上能跟你共同領略一個笑話的人竟如此難得........................................

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  14. These are perfectly wonderful! I have three grandchildren who needed these just a couple of days ago when they bedded down on the living room floor! Time to get busy! ~Kelly

    unDeniably Domestic

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  15. Those are so cute and what a great idea!! Do you have a particular design somewhere or a tutorial? Does it zip up the side? They are very very cute! :D

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  16. These are adorable! The kids must go crazy over them. You are very creative!

    Saving this tutorial for a few years so I can make one for the grandchildren!

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  17. Those are so great, I want one too!! They are so cute!
    Nadine

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  18. Beautiful! I love all your ideas and craftsmanship. :-)

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  19. so cute!! i don't think i've ever made 14 of the same thing! at least you changed the fabric up on each one to keep it interesting!!

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  20. I love love love these!! I am just now getting into quilting and would love to try one of these. They are all adorable!

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