Nursery Room Decor

Nursery Room Decor

Crafting Time:
  • 1-2 Hours
Skill Level:
  • Intermediate
Project Courtesy of: Jo-Ann Fabric and Craft Stores
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Additional Information


Nursery Room Changing Pad Cover


  • 1 yd nursery fabric
  • 3 yds 1/4" wide elastic
  • 24" x 30" foam – 3" thick
  • Ruler
  • Basic sewing supplies
  • Sewing machine


    (1/2" seam allowance)
    The pad needed for the changing table had the measurement of 24"x30" for pad with 3" thickness. If the changing pad is a different measurement, add 8" of fabric to both width and length. This will cover the 3" thickness and casing.
  1. Cut fabric to 32"x38".
  2. Fold each corner on cut edge diagonally. See the diagram, click on the "Download Project PDF" button (above).
  3. Measure 4” down from point, pin, cut straight across from this point to folded edge.
  4. Sew 1/2" seam across cut just made in step 3.
  5. Press under 1/4" around edge of cover. Fold and press again 1/2" for casing.
  6. Stitch close to inside fold to form casing leaving an opening for inserting elastic.
  7. Insert elastic through casing.
  8. Stitch opening closed.

Nursery Room Pouf


  • 1-1/2 yds nursery fabric
  • 2 yds Iron-on fleece
  • 2 bags polyester stuffing
  • 2 yds thick batting
  • Basic sewing supplies
  • Sewing machine
  • Iron & pressing surface


    (1/2” seam allowance)
  1. Cut from fabric and fleece:
    • Two 17" circles
    • One 13" x 40" for side
    • One 13" x 16" for side
  2. Iron fleece to back of circles and side pieces.
  3. With right sides together, sew the two side pieces together forming a tube. Leave an opening on one side for turning and stuffing.
  4. With right sides together, pin top to side, clipping edges where needed. Sew using a 1/2" seam.
  5. Pin bottom circle to side and sew as for top.
  6. Turn.
  7. Cut out additional circles from batting.
  8. To stuff – place one batting circle on bottom, layer with stuffing.
  9. Alternate stuffing and batting circles, leaving one or two circles for top.
  10. Stuff until desired firmness is reached.
  11. End with a fleece circle on top.
  12. Slip stitch side closed.