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Sew A Regular Or Ruffled Diaper Cover With This Ruffled Diaper Cover Pattern.
This is a sewing pattern to make your own ruffled or regular diaper covers. The ruffles are optional, so you could easily make this design for a little boy too. Please note that this pattern is not meant for cloth diapering - it is a decorative diaper cover that is meant to cover up an existing diaper.
Fits over disposable AND cloth diapers!
Make this ruffled diaper cover with a regular sewing machine. No serger or ruffler needed. The pattern is designed to fit babies from 0-36 months. They are completely lined so that there aren't any raw edges to fray or unravel in the wash. Don't worry about it pinching your baby. The legs and waist of this diaper cover are elasticized, so they will fit perfect every time.
This ruffled diaper cover pattern is the easiest available ANYWHERE. There aren't any unexpected or unexplained steps. Every step is very clearly detailed with a crisp image to help explain the step. There is also a video tutorial for this pattern which helps explain even more detail. You will definitely get it right the first time! The pattern includes MULTIPLE helpful hints as well as great ideas on where to get fabrics for cheap or for free!
Make a ruffled diaper cover to match any top or dress. Any outfit or simply have your baby wear one with a headband! Great photo prop too!
This Ruffled Diaper Cover Pattern Includes:
Printable pattern pieces for 5 sizes (0-36 months)
Directions to make a ruffled diaper cover
Directions to make a regular diaper cover
Serger or regular sewing machine directions
Fabric suggestions & supply list
Budget friendly ideas to help you save $$ on supplies
Step by step directions with real life images for each step
100% Support from a professional seamstress
Just thought I would mention that there is NO BIAS TAPE necessary OR folding/pinning/stretching legs for elastic casing. Whew! I'm telling ya - This pattern is SO EASY!
CUTE CUTE really well explained pattern with loads of
When I decided to make some of these ruffle bottoms I looked at masses of patterns. I wanted to make sure I got one that didn't have that saggy butt look, I was also worried about ruffle placement, not too long that it looks like half a skirt and not too short that it doesn't cover the bottom of the pant. This pattern was perfect!!!!
The pattern itself was easy to follow, nothing terribly tricky.
The step by step tutorial was very clear.
I really like that each size had its own pattern, that way you can print off just what you need and not worry if you are cutting along the right line.
these make up so to make also
These are the cutest things ever! And they're super easy! You can make them from scraps because they take so little fabric and whatever you do turns out to be adorable. I love them!
Super cute fabric
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