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These are the finished dimensions.

The waist straps should be about 4 inches tall and about 60 inches wide.

The shoulder straps should be about 4 inches wide and about 2 yards tall.

The baby seat should be about 22 inches wide (including the two 4 inch shoulder straps) and 24 inches tall (including the waist strap).

Start with a piece of fleece that is about 60 inches wide and 2 yards long.
Fold the cloth in half so that the width is about 30 inches and the length is 2 yards.
 

    

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