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Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and sewing pattern

I made this toy travel blanket for Elise’s first plane flight. We were flying to Maine and I wanted any toys she dropped to stay in our seats rather than fall into the filthy abyss of the airplane floor.

Check out the Snag Free VELCRO loops on the blanket border to attach toys. Instead of using traditional VELCRO fasteners that come in two pieces, I used just *one* piece of VELCRO Snag Free Sew On Tape that I found when I went to buy VELCRO.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template

All you do is close it and it sticks to itself like so…

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template

So clean. And no snag is a huge plus for something that I’ll be carrying close to my own clothing.

I added some recycled ribbons and vintage ric rac to keep Elise occupied while confined in her window seat …she loves to pick at things with her fingers and the different ribbons – sheer/solid, grosgrain/satin, tulle/ric rac – lets her experience different textures. But honestly, the best part is the Velcro for the toys so you could easily skip the ribbons entirely.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

I finally got to use this super cute Russian matryoshka dolly fabric that my friend Heather bought me on one of her famous roadtrips, and I recycled one of Elise’s super soft old swaddling blankets for the back…

How to make a Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags

…and added two pockets to store small books and toys using VELCRO Fabric Fusion Iron On Tape to keep them safe.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

My friend Macki Cayloma West, traveling mom extraordinaire, inspired the kid’s toy travel blanket. Macki created her original toy travel blanket by sewing traditional two-piece Velcro loops on a flannel receiving blanket. Then she attached toys onto the blanket like so:

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

I like the VELCRO Snag Free Sew On Tape on the perimeter because the VELCRO is there when you need it and out of the way when you don’t. Snag Free VELCRO feels softer and stays clean of threads and other gunk. But you can really use either type of Velcro – placed in the middle or on the border or both – and get a good blanket.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

Whether you make a simple travel blanket or more elaborate version, toys you take on trips are more likely to join you on the way back!

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

WANNA MAKE IT? Free template, supply list and DIY step-by-step instructions for creating a kid’s travel toy blanket with VELCRO loops after the jump –>

How to make a kid's travel blanket Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern
Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

Supplies (for finished size kid’s travel blanket 23″ x 29″):

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Create blanket front and pockets
Select an old swaddling blanket that you no longer use. Mine was 24″x30.” If you’re using fleece/flannel, cut one piece 24″x30″.

How to make a Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags

Cut your patterned fabric the same size as your swaddling blanket using your rotary fabric cutter, self-healing cutting mat and clear acrylic ruler. Again, mine was 24″x30″.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags

Next, cut your pockets. Elise’s small books are 3.5″ x 3.5″ so I designed these pockets with that in mind. Cut one pocket 6-1/2″ x 14″ and a second pocket 6-1/2″ x 10″. Starting with the 14″ wide pocket, turn down the top edge 1/4″ and press. Turn down again 1/4th” and press. (NOTE: I did 1/4″ because I didn’t want to cut off her eyes; you can turn down 1/2″ and 1/2″ if you’d like.)

Topstitch the top of the pocket down close to the edge.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

Turn down the left side and bottom of the pocket and press. Place a pin at 4″. Cut two pieces of Velcro Fabric Fusion Iron On Tape (mine were 2″ and 3″ long).

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags

Follow package directions to adhere the Velcro Fabric Fusion Iron On Tape.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags

Place the second side of the VELCRO Fabric Fusion Iron On Tape on your pocket so you can be sure to place the VELCRO in the right place.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

Iron following the Velcro Fabric Fusion Iron On Tape packaging directions to adhere.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

Pin your pocket in place wherever you want it to be on the blanket, matching patterns. Notice that this pocket is pinned all the way to the seam, which is why you didn’t need to turn down the right side of the pocket. I love pockets that run into seams :)

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

Sew two rows of stitching, one very close to the edge and one 0.5″ inside. Sew two rows of stitching through the middle of the pocket to create two pockets from the one piece of fabric. Mine was 5-1/2″ from the left side.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

Repeat these steps with your other pocket but this time turn down both sides of the pocket. Also, this pocket is smaller so no need to sew down the middle.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

I tucked a ribbon loop into the left side seam of the second pocket because I thought it looked cute. Follow the steps above to sew two rows of stitching around the pocket and iron on the VELCRO backing.

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern

Create ribbon, ric rac and Velcro border
Collect or buy an assortment of ribbons and ric rac – satin, grosgrain, tulle, metallic, sewn, patterned, go nuts! I hoard ribbons from gifts, shopping, etc. and my friend Susan gave me vintage ric rac so I recycled quite a variety for this blanket.

Here are some current vintage ribbon auctions on ebay:

Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags

Cut enough so that you have ribbon, ric rac or Velcro every 3-4 inches. This means for each 24″ side you’ll need 6-8 ribbons/Velcro, and for each 30″ side you’ll need 8-10 ribbons, for a total of about 28-36 ribbons. Cut ribbons into 4″ pieces each.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon  Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment  Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

You’ll notice below that I stacked ribbons and ric rack together in some places to add textural interest, so you should cut even more ribbons if you plan on combining them.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Cut 4-6 pieces of Velcro Snag Free Sew On Tape 6-8″ long each depending on the toy that you want to put on the Velcro. Elise’s are pretty small so 8″ worked, but be sure to adjust for your child’s toys. You can always cut longer and trim down later if needed.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Pin the ribbons, ric rac and Velcro around the blanket around 3-4″ apart. Stack ribbons together where you want to add some interest.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Here’s what it looks like pinned all the way around.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Sew around the blanket 1/4″ to affix the ribbons, ric rac and Velcro. I stitched back and forth when I came to a ribbon to make sure it was sewn on there good.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Your blanket should look like this now…

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

With right sides together, pin the front fabric to the swaddling blanket, sandwiching the ribbon/Velcro between the layers.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Sew around the blanket using 0.5″ seam, making sure to leave 12″ on the bottom open so that you can turn the blanket right-side-out in a few steps.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Trim your corners up a bit so they’ll lay flatter when turned.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Turn your blanket right-side-out through the bottom hole. Fiddle with the corners until they’re nice and smooth.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Press your blanket perimeter to get it ready for topstitching. This is a good shot of how I stacked vintage red ribbon on top of wide sheer ribbon to add a bit of playfulness.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Turn down the bottom opening so raw edges are inside.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Pin shut. Man, I used a whole lotta pins here. You can use a lot fewer.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Sew around the entire blanket close to the edge. This will topstitch the sides which looks nice and at the same time you’ll be sewing your blanket shut.

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Attach toys…

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

And add books. Happy travels!

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

Merriment :: Kid's Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags free DIY tutorial and pattern template craft project for Merriment Design by Kathy Beymer at MerrimentDesign.com

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79 Responses to “Kid’s Travel Toy Blanket with Velcro Loops and Ribbon Tags”


  1. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks so much for the nice note! Totally made my day. Would love to see it if you have any pictures! You can post at facebook.com/merrimentdesign if you’d like.

  2. G Says:

    Thank you so much for this nice tutorial.
    I just made such a blanket for my daughter as a Easter gift… Think she will like it very much during long driving hours.
    Best regards from Germany!

  3. Sam Sharp Says:

    This is just adorable!

  4. Dale blackburn Says:

    Hiya just
    Found this and it’s amazing will defo be using this an will share in Facebook when I learn how to thanks for a lovely easy to follow tutorial can’t wait to start xxxx

  5. sarah Says:

    I would really like to print this tutorial without all the pictures. I can often do this with recipes. Any ideas?
    TIA
    PS Really looking forward to this project on my Christmas gift sewing machine!!!!

  6. Cleveland Browns Jerseys Says:

    “thankful”

  7. Marie Says:

    Made this cute blanket for our upcoming move from South Korea back to the good old USA!! I really hope it helps keep my 1 year old entertained! I wish I would have made this sooner! Thank you
    https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?fbid=10151079304535575&set=a.10150750132640575.461495.504110574&type=1&theater

  8. Andrea Says:

    Great Tutorial! Thanks, I will be following this tutorial to make one this week for my little guy and then several others for my friends newborns!!!

  9. Gigi Says:

    Thank you so much for this tutorial! I have made several already as gifts and for my own daughter. It is so easy and fun. I love how creative one can be with it! And how personalized it can be for each recipient. Thanks again!

  10. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Alicia, it sounds so cute! Glad you could use it.

  11. Alicia Says:

    I love, love, love this tutorial! I found it linked through Prudent Baby and Babble. I made my own blanket for my little princess this past weekend and will have to take photos of it to send to you. Such a super idea and cost very little. I had all the ribbon already (from packages or just spools for other crafts) and used a flannel receiving blanket I already had. All I had to get was the velcro and material. Mine turned out cute (if I do say so myself) and I plan on making more for my niece and other babies in my life. Thanks so much for the inspiration!

  12. Dilla Says:

    Its gorgeous!!! Thanks for the inspiration and the tutorial :)
    I am planning to make one soon.

  13. Julia Perry Says:

    Hey Kathy!

    I (finally) made this blanket x2 and it turned out just totally adorably. Here’s the link to my post: http://istealgoodideas.com/rip-off/clever-travel-blanket-for-tots/

    Thanks to you and Macki for the good ideas!

    xo,
    Julia

  14. Verity {Belle Bébés} Says:

    We featured this today! http://bit.ly/otQO6G Lovely idea, brilliant tutorial :)

  15. vicki Says:

    I loved this when I saw it and I bookmarked it. I finally got around to making it: http://vickigraff.wordpress.com/2011/06/19/crafting-again/
    Thanks for the great idea and great tutorial!

  16. Melissa Says:

    This was such a fun and quick project to make! Great tutorial, very easy to follow for a beginner sewer like me! It is such a clever design that I had to share it on my blog http://hellopurl.blogspot.com/2011/01/made-it-velcro-and-tag-baby-blanket.html for others to enjoy!

  17. Timmi Says:

    This will be a great Christmas gift. I am trying to do the handmade holiday thing this year I started late so it’ll be half ‘n half. Thanks a bunch!

  18. Jodielynn Says:

    This is perfect. Will make one and add toys and books for my brand new niece. Great gift!

  19. Arabella Says:

    Kathy, I hope you don’t mind… I have just posted a link to this project tutorial and a picture of your blanket on my blog. I just love it! Please let me know if you are not happy with this though.

    Arabella

  20. Jenny Says:

    My baby LOVES this blanket and it was easy to make! Great tutorial! Keep it up! I linked this to my blog and posted a picture of my own blanket to!! Love it!!
    http://aworldofcrafts.blogspot.com/2010/09/travel-play-blanket.html

  21. Danielle Says:

    Thank you so much for the wonderful idea! I made it today for my son. I can’t wait for him to wake up from his nap to try it out! I made it smaller (~12×12) so we can use it for travels.

  22. Arabella Says:

    What a great idea! And such awesome fabric! I love those Matryoshka dolls!!! I am bookmarking this page to make these as gifts. Thanks so much for sharing : )

    Arabella

  23. Jenny Says:

    Great project! I made this in about an hour! It was so much fun to make because you can add how much you want or how little you want and make it uniquely yours!!! I love it and my son really loves it to!!! THANKS! :)

  24. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Hey thanks, Julia! I love your site.

  25. Julia Perry Says:

    I remain obsessed with this project idea. Thank you Macki and Kathy! I put up a link to it on this week’s Klepto Files at the blog: http://istealgoodideas.com/klepto-files/klepto-files-third-edition/

  26. Sharon Says:

    I can’t wait to make one of these, and you explain it so simply. My little man will love this and yes he does love his tags! He makes them look so yummy. Thanks for keeping me so motivated to learn to sew and learn new things.

  27. onemotherslove Says:

    That’s beautiful! I’ve made ribbon tag blankets before, but I love the idea of using the velcro for some of the loops! Great idea!!! Pockets are cool, too.

  28. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks, Heather! Glad you like it :)

  29. Heather Says:

    Kathy Beymer. This is SPECTACULAR!

  30. lisa Says:

    What a nice gift for a special baby! I’m saving this post…

  31. ella@lifeologia Says:

    What a fantastic project!
    I would love to make it for my girl.

  32. Anael Says:

    This is a great blanket. I used the idea of the Velcro loops to make a play blanket for my first grandchild, due Februari 2011. It was so much fun making the blanket, I just might make some more :D I have to go hunting for ribbons……..
    Thanks a lot for the inspiration!

  33. Jo Stires Says:

    Wow! I just found your site and I love it!!! I’m looking forward to making some of the items you show. I love to sew and do machine embroidery. I have a Pfaff CV.

  34. Mary Says:

    Loved this idea. I have used this idea with my grandchildren and enjoy using the idea when making “special” gifts. I love your fabric choice. I used flannel and made my blanket larger. Loved the ideas of having pockets, etc. GREAT JOB!!

  35. Marilyn Says:

    What an adorable baby gift! Velcro is a great invention!

  36. Jen Says:

    This is awesome! I just got my first sewing machine last week and your blanket was my first big project. It’s one in the morning right now (I was having so much fun I didn’t want to stop!) and I just finished my blanket for my friend’s new baby. SO happy with it! Thanks for such clear directions and pictures and absolutely love the fabric you used.

  37. rach Says:

    I love this and need a present for my new niece!!

  38. Cece Says:

    This tutorial came literally a day too late, but I have it bookmarked for the next baby to come along in our family. Such a great and useful gift idea!!

  39. jo Says:

    awesomeness!

  40. kim Says:

    So very cute, wish I had a little one to make it for.
    Velcro, wow so many uses, love to use it for closures on bags, cases, hooks….
    Great blog..I will be back :)

  41. Liz Says:

    WOW, I am putting this in my favorites folder for an upcoming baby shower. Your blog is AMAZING, I am a new huge fan!!!

  42. Christine Says:

    AWESOME !!!………LOVE THIS IDEA………EVEN PUT IT UP ON BLOG!
    HAVE BEEN FOLLOWING YOUR BLOG FOR SOMETIME !!
    BECAME A FAN ON FACEBOOK ALSO !

  43. lauren Says:

    I dont even have kids yet, but bookmarked this tutorial. If I won the velcro, all my baby making friends would receive a blanket with my fabric, and your winning velcro!

  44. Carolina Says:

    This is getting bookmarked, and is going to be one of my go-to baby shower gifts! Using a blanket to keep toys together – genius!

    I hope you’ll stop by Expect Moore and add this project to the Pocket Week Linky Party!

    http://expectmoore.blogspot.com/p/pocket-week.html

    Carolina

  45. Sabrina Says:

    I absolutely LOVE this. I have so many friends and family with new baby’s and this is the PERFECT gift for them! Thank you so much for posting this.

  46. susan Says:

    That is one cute cute blanket! I sure wish I had a little one to make it for!!

  47. Heather Says:

    Awesome site! Just dropping by from Creative Blog of the Day! I’m totally a follower now. Wish I had that cool blanket for our plane trip a few weeks ago. Very cool!!

  48. Margaret Says:

    Wow! I feel like I have hit the jackpot finding your blog – so many inspiring projects! You are so creative and talented. I love how you used the retro fabric design throughout your wedding – beautiful! Of course, being Aussie, I will have to try making those Weetbix muffins…

  49. Barb Says:

    What a fabulous idea and great step by step tutorial. I think my brand new granddaughter is going to NEED one of these. Thanks so much!

  50. Sandra :) Says:

    Fantastic idea, fantastic tutorial, fantastic photography, and fantasatic model – I can’t wait to make this for our niece’s bun in the oven (time left to bake = 2 months :D). We’re headed to New York this weekend to get in some Joanns shopping so I’ll be picking up supplies to make this project – including the fancy new Velcro :) Thank you so much for such a wonderful tutorial!

  51. Sassy Says:

    I wish I could sew as this would make an awesome baby gift. Do you hire out?

  52. homejewel Says:

    This is wonderful! I linked it at the new online sewing community: mysewingcircle.com here: http://www.mysewingcircle.com/pattern/show/896

  53. Anne Says:

    This is awesome! I love the Velcro loops and the toy pockets!! I linked to your tutorial over at Craft Gossip Sewing:
    http://sewing.craftgossip.com/tutorial-play-blanket-with-pockets-tags-and-loops/2010/07/30/

    –Anne

  54. Kris Says:

    Love it! Will be making on every soon for our baby girls first plane trip-to Maine! If it comes outhalf as cute as yours I will definitely be making more for gifts!

  55. Kris Says:

    Love this! Will be making one very soon for our baby girls first plane trip…to Maine, no less! If I can get it to turn out half as cute as this, I will definitely be making more for gifts!

  56. Rachel Says:

    That is so cute! Super giftable- I love that! Thanks so much, I’ll be linking to this.

  57. Kathy Beymer Says:

    Thanks, Cristin! We *loved* Maine, especially Mt. Desert Island …lovely!

  58. Cristin Says:

    OH MY GOSH! LOVE! Elise has the most creative mommy in town. Hope you enjoyed your Maine trip :)

  59. Abbie Says:

    What a great blanket! I’m going to have to try to make one.


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