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Basically, we utilized strips of quilting material (a huge number of them. We have not a way of actually focusing on how much I utilized, but I would estimate around 15 yards!) slashed about 1 inch x 5 inches. I stuffed these strips into an old non-skid carpet mat (purchased at Big plenty, additionally available at big box stores like Walmart or Kmart) which was about 2.5 legs by 3.5 feet and voila! I did not also bother attaching the strips. I nonetheless think it was the best choice, but about when every 3 times approximately my 2-year-old pulls out a strip or two. No biggy though, simply shove them back in. As time passes, the fabric does fray, but it is pretty minimal.

You can see the rug mat inside image and about how precisely usually we skipped holes. Demonstrably, we definitely may have made it much more complete by skipping less holes, but there actually wasn't a need to really make it more complete (plus in all sincerity, I became willing to go onto something different!).



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