Ashley used velcro, and I used snaps. I never have luck with velcro, it always seems to come off somehow, so I used snaps, and this was a first and I will use them again... Just use a pair of pliers and squeeze them where needed... She used shelf liner as her grippy, I used hot glue, an idea I saw here... Enough about how I came about this idea... here's what I did.
Using a piece of fabric about 2 1/2" wide and 140 inches long, I sewed it right sides together, turned and ironed it nice and flat. ( Ironing it flat helped me with positioning my elastic)
Next, I measured out 15" of elastic that would fit inside my tube.
Then using a safety pin I pulled my elastic towards the center of my tube.
Using the sippy cup that I use daily, I wrapped it around marking where I needed my snaps. For my cup it was about 8" apart. I added my snaps using needle nose pliers.
Then I went to the other end of my tube and placed two more snaps about 5 inches apart so that I can snap it to my stroller. If you are using a stroller that has the car seat, you may need to place these farther apart, I am using this stroller and the frame is thinner than our bigger stroller.
Finally, I took my hot glue gun and added some drops to create a little bit of a grip.
That's it! All done!
I even used this in the grocery store. That way I did not have to worry about losing, yet another, cup...
You can easily adjust this for other strollers and cups, just by adjusted your measurements. I see one for every different style cup in our future... It is always the smallest things that help throughout your day!