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Topic: An All-In-One Diaper (PLUS TUTORIAL LINKS)  (Read 16421 times)
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« on: October 23, 2008 04:26:48 PM »

I made my first AIO today Smiley I made a fitted a few weeks ago, but really wanted the fabric to be seen, so this is (from outter to inner) knit, PUL, zorb soaker, sherpa.

You can see the tutorial for making a diaper pattern here:

And a tutorial for making the diaper here:

« Last Edit: May 24, 2011 01:37:58 PM by jungrrl - Reason: made title more descriptive » THIS ROCKS   Logged

« Reply #1 on: October 23, 2008 07:22:02 PM »

These are really nice. I wonder if they would work for potty training.

It's not what you know, but what you do with what you know that is important.
« Reply #2 on: October 24, 2008 10:35:06 AM »

I love the fabric!

How do you find the zorb to work?  I just ordered some, and I'm wondering how people who have used it IRL like it?  TY!
« Reply #3 on: October 24, 2008 03:00:30 PM »

i like it a lot so far Smiley VERY absorbent Smiley

nana of chloe
« Reply #4 on: October 25, 2008 03:01:48 AM »

Hi, that was a really neat looking nappy. I loved your tutorials and your thorough method of leading us through the steps. I especially liked the parts about how much elastic to use. The ones I made earlier this year weren't tight enough. So there is room for inprovement in my nappy making. Years ago when my son was in nappies I created a cloth nappy shape not unlike your original pattern shape, cut out two pieces added a soaker stitched between them and then just overlocked (serged) all edges. In the case of heavy wetting periods I added a folded up square nappy (diaper shape). They lasted for ages used them for the two girls that followed him.
Nowadays there are so many ways to make cloth nappies and so many beautifully patterned fabrics to choose from.
Keep up the great sewing.
« Reply #5 on: January 13, 2013 12:40:56 AM »

IT's great and the color choice is pretty cool
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