Making Stuff: Portable Fabric High Chair

by This is Carrie on October 29, 2009

On our family vacation a while back, our friends brought this cool fabric-high-chair-alternative-contraption for their son. It was clearly a well loved, handmade relic from the late 70’s, made from faded Sesame Street fabric (sans Elmo). After both 14 mo old babies used it the entire trip, I quickly took some measurements before sending it home with our friends.

In the Bag: My own interpretation of the cool-fabric-high-chair-traveling-alternative made from a thrifted floral ottoman cover from the 70’s (staying true to the original).
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Katie June 5, 2017 at 12:21 pm

Just thought to pass this on…We purchased one of these years ago for our baby and LOVED it. But we used it differently. The picture that came in the packaging showed the long part used as a back, the child sat on the end of that, the slender part went between the child’s legs, the T-part went around the front (of the child’s belly) and velcroed in the back. There was nothing to fold down and the child wasn’t able to reach the velcro. Just a thought…

I haven’t seen one in years. Thanks for sharing the idea!

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