Project Playstation

One of my favorite parts about sewing is being able to create things that light my son’s face up … while spending little to no money. I recently did so with a super-simple project: turning a piece of fabric into the ultimate toddler play station – all for about $1.

I found this cute piece of highway fabric in the remnant bin at SAS Fabrics in Tucson. With just a bit of fleece backing (found in my own remnant bin) – and about 10 minutes of time – I had a very cool playmat that B can roll up, pack up, and carry around to his heart’s content – that is, when he isn’t busy using it.

Not only was it cheap and easy to put together, it avoids the modern-day electric-toy overload so common in many of today’s fancy/sophisticated/overdone children’s toys.


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