Gus helped too.
These are the pieces to sew together.
Now the pattern was easy but the directions were not very clear. I had to rip out the seams 3 times before I got it right.
I even enlisted the help of my mom to help me try and figure out how it was supposed to go.
I finally figured it out and got it together the right way. Completed it with a top stitch.
And here is the finished product. I do have to say it looks pretty good.
This is only demonstrated with my Cabbage Patch Kid, Lianna. I think with a real, heavier baby, the jersey knit will stretch too much, I will probably need to shorten the sling for that. But I also need to wash it as well, so we'll see. I think for a larger baby/toddler I would use a regular cotton or flannel fabric that doesn't stretch. Only time will tell.