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Published on August 7th, 2017 | by Ereid


DIY foot rest on IKEA Antilop high chair

I wanted a foot support on the IKEA Antilop high chair, so I Googled and found this.

Using this as inspiration I made a sturdier one.

DIY foot rest on IKEA Antilop high chair

Cut the fabric into size and sew together as shown in the image.

Tie a weight (I used unused buckles) to the desired length.

weight used to hold sling inside leg

Drop inside the leg and reattach onto the high chair.

And voilà!

DIY foot rest on IKEA Antilop high chair

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