I work with an animal shelter, and one of the technicians posted a picture of herself cleaning cages with a small dog in a makeshift sling (a towel tied around herself), because the dog wanted to be held close and cried until she picked her up. I asked then, Do you need a baby sling? The answer, of course, was YES!
Well, I don't have spare baby slings hanging around, but I do have fabric and skills. I wanted this to be all stash, so I went digging and found this amusing license plate print from deep stash. (Pretty sure it was from JAF many years ago.) Since I was using a novelty cotton, I figured double layer would be best. And I saw a tutorial for cutting one length WOF and the other 15-18 inches wide, then stitching long ends together. You end up with a sling around 30 inches wide, but the seams are not on the edges, if that makes sense.
I wasn't going to use my good sling rings, but I couldn't find any welded steel rings bigger than 2" diameter, and that didn't work with the two layers of fabric. So I gave in and used the ecru rings. Hopefully I'll see some pics of this sling in action!
Either way, I think sewing this jump started some sewing mojo....I'd been away from the machine for quite some time, and now I'm back in it - finishing some UFOs and planning more.