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Date: 4/23/14 1:57 PM

Has anyone seen a pattern for a pram liner, in that "angel" style shape (so kind of has the head, then the wings, then the legs)

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Date: 4/23/14 2:52 PM

Hi Snuzal,

Would it be possible for you to post a photo or link of a commercial version of the item you want to make?

I searched for liners in the shape of an angel, but ended up with a lot of irrelevant results. It isn't possible to look through the almost 7 million results that were returned.



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Date: 4/23/14 4:55 PM

You might also want to translate for the Americans: pram = stroller. You might get more results with the other term?

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Date: 4/23/14 7:23 PM

Sure, it looks like this. Also sometimes known as a lilypad liner


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Date: 4/23/14 8:20 PM

Here's one without the wings but it could be modified:

Pram liner

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Date: 4/24/14 1:19 AM

Hi Snuzal,

This site has many photos of the lily pad liner. It looks like she also makes them.

From the many photos on that site, I am willing to bet you can create your own pattern. The photos show the liners in the pram / stroller, giving you a good idea of their size, as well as the relation of the liner shape to the straps. You will need to measure your pram for exact sizing.

You may want to consider moisture resistant fabric when you make your liner. It will be less resistant to cracking than other materials and give you greater choices of color in addition to longer use.

I could not find the pattern for the liner, even though this pinterest site allegedly has it. Personally, I can never find the items that are supposed to be on pinterest, but that's another issue.



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Date: 4/24/14 5:20 AM

Thanks, I had seen the blog post one but right now I just do not have the time to fluff about making a new pattern up. (4m old baby, work, going away for a wedding etc) so was hoping for a quick already made pattern.

Will check the Pinterest link

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Date: 4/24/14 5:25 AM

Oh that's just on Trademe, she was selling the item itself not the pattern. thanks though

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