Pattern for Baby Softwear diapers in the "Diapering" section. Fabric requirements to make six diapers are as follows: 5.2 m of 90 cm flannelette, 3 m of 10mm polyurethane elastic, 3.6 m of 25mm wide Velcro loops, 40 cm Velcro hooks. Diaper is patented; pattern is for personal use only, not for commercial manufacture.
Posted by Roberta Bond on 3rd Feb 2011
I bought this pattern 20 years ago when I was expecting my first child. I am now expecting my 8th child and I will be using the Baby softwear diapers for the eighth time. Of all the new diapers reusable diapers out there, and I have had the chance to try some others as other people finish having children and pass their old ones on to me, these are still the easiest to use and I find the least expensive because one size fits from newborn to toilet training, even if you have late trainers, which some of my children were!
Posted by Winter Curnow on 2nd Feb 2011
This pattern is *easy to use/follow *very versatile. The finished item is comparable to the high end diapers I have seen in stores (if not better!) I was able to choose the prints and also saved myself at least $60 per dozen by getting my fabric on sale.
My son was 3 months old when I made my 1st dozen, but am planning on making a batch of the newborn/preeemie size for my next baby. I haven't had to add the toddler extender yet, but I am SO impressed that with one pattern I was able to make diapers from birth to potty training.
If you don't sew, definatley buy the layette set. For the ease in washing and fit for baby, I would (and have!) recommend these to my friends!
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