This is just a little add on for the Time for a Change Bag!
The Baby Jogger City Mini GT is by far the most popular stroller where I live. It does well on public transport and our shopping centres are HUGE because they combine malls and groceries here and have centralized (paid!) parking structures, so you can’t have a stroller with dinky wheels but you also don’t want to be disassembling a piece of furniture on wheels while someone is honking at you to hurry up and you have 5 minutes left before you have to pay $13 for going over your 2 hours of free parking!
Anyway, the CMGT is a 3 wheeled stroller, so you can’t just hang your bag across the handlebars (especially without counter balancing it with a carton of milk or something super heavy in the basket!) Most of us hang our bags down lower, on King Hooks, but then you have to adjust the strap you otherwise keep at the perfect length and it doesn’t really fit if you recline the stroller at all. So, stroller straps to the rescue!
Now, you can make these longer or shorter if you want!
12″ x approximately 4″-8″ of fabric
10″ x approximately 2″-4″ of fusible interfacing
Four lobster clasps (I recycled these from old dog leashes!)
Measure the inside of your hardware. You’ll want to cut your fabric strips 12″ long by 4x the width of your hardware. Cut ON THE GRAIN (parallel to the selvedge). My hardware is 1/2″ wide on the inside, so I cut my strips 12″ x 2″.
Cut fusible woven interfacing 10″ x 1/2 the width of the strap. (So my interfacing is 10″ x 1″.) Flip the strips to the wrong side and fuse in the center of the fabric.
Fold the short ends 1/2″ to the wrong side and press.
Fold the strips in half lengthwise and press.
Unfold and fold to the center and press.
Fold in half again lengthwise and press.
Edge stitch all the way around the strap.
Feed all four ends of the strap through the clasps and stitch to secure.
Attach to the rectangle rings on your bag.
This would work for wheelchairs too. Thank you