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Cloth Tots One Size Diaper Pattern

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Author Cloth Tots
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Introducing our newest cloth diaper pattern, the Cloth Tots One Size Pocket Diaper Pattern!

With front adjustable snaps, you can make diapers that will fit babies from approximately 10 pounds all the way up to potty training!

This pattern is simple enough for beginners with complete instructions and clear pictures to help you create a full diaper stash for your little one. With the purchase of this pattern, you will also receive unlimited support from the pattern designer in case you have any questions.

As written, the pattern will help you create a One-Size pocket diaper with a PUL or waterproof fleece outer and an inner liner fabric. The pattern has instructions for the pocket opening in the back with elastic in the back waist and legs. It closes with snaps.

You could easily adjust this pattern to meet your needs by making it with a lay-in soaker or make a One-Size fitted diaper and use up recycled materials from your own closet to really save your diapering costs!

The pattern does adjust for many sizes of babies, but it probably will not fit tiny newborns very well, as most One-Size diapers don't really get quite that small.

Don't spend a fortune on diapers when you can make your own. You can make your own soaker or buy ready-made soakers. You can even use prefolds as soakers in these diapers!

Pocket diapers are trim, easy and quick to make, and they wash and dry much faster than thicker diapers. Plus, you have the ability to stuff them more for night-time or less if you have a light wetter.


by Toonin
on May 4th, 2013

I love the style of this diaper and am looking forward to using the pattern.

 

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SUPPLIES NEEDED: Outer fabric (PUL or waterproof fleece); inner fabric (many options, such as bamboo fleece, bamboo or cotton velour, hemp, microfleece, suedecloth, or even old t-shirts!); 3/8" polybraid elastic; size 20 polyresin (plastic) snaps and a press or pliers to apply them; polyester thread.

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