We inherit a lot of toys from my sister. My niece is 10 and she's kind enough to pass her toys onto my five year old daughter as she outgrows them. And that's how my daughter got a carriage for her baby dolls. But it had been used for years and the decorative stickers were peeling off and it looked, well, used.
Toy Stroller Cushion Tutorial
1 fat quarter of fabric
sewing machine and thread
1. Measure the back and bottom of the seat of the stroller. Add a 1/4" seam allowance all the way around. Cut two pieced of fabric based on your measurements. Cut a piece of quilt batting slightly smaller than the fabric pieces
2. Make a quilt sandwich. Lay down one piece of fabric with it's right side facing up. Then lay second piece of fabric right side facing down. Lay quilt batting on top and pin.
3. Using a 1/4" seam allowance, sew around the perimeter of your quilt sandwich. Leave a small opening so you can turn the cushion right side out.
4. Once you have completed sewing the cushion, turn it. Press the opening closed and pin. Sew a top stitch around the outside of the fabric, making sure you close the opening.
5. If you choose, quilt the cushion.