Easily carry everything you need with you on your walker!

This free sewing pattern for a clever and functional walker caddy will work with any walker because the straps have generous strips of velcro to make them adjustable.

There are exterior pockets on both sides that you can divide how you like (I divided the pocket on one side in half, and left the other pocket whole so it would fit a book or iPad).

You Will Need:

-- 2 yards of fabric total – 1/2 yard of 60’’ wide foam stabilizer (such as ByAnnie’s Soft and Stable) – 1/2 yard medium-weight woven stabilizer (such as Pellon Shape Flex SF101) – 2 rectangular rings with a 1’’ opening – 6’’ length of 1’’ wide hook and loop tape (velcro) – 4’’ length of 2’’ wide sew-in hook and loop tape (velcro) – fabric marking tools such as chalk and/or a Frixion pen – Basting spray (such as SpraynBond) – Creative Grids Curved Corner Ruler or circle template with a 2 1/2’’ radius

This caddy attaches to the front bar of a walker using two 2’’ wide straps that have nice big pieces of velcro.

In case you were wondering, the cup that I used for the picture is a 20 oz Tervis tumbler.

There are 1’’ wide side straps that loop through rectangular rings and secure with more velcro.  These side straps keep everything totally secure – even if you decide to run down the hall with a full cup!

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