Tutorial: 30-minute baby changing pad

Tutorial: 30-minute baby changing pad

Marissa from Rae Gun Ramblings prefers a diaper changing pad with no fuss, no frills.   Just a rectangle of fabric, slightly padded, that makes a soft clean space for her to change her baby guy’s …

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Free pattern: Baby Got Back Leggings designed for cloth diapered babiesLauren Dahl from Selvage Designs and Baste+Gather shares a free pattern for her Baby Got Back baby leggings.  She designed this pattern to accommodate the cloth diapers her daughter wore when she was a baby.  They have a higher rise …

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Tutorial: Baby changing mat coverAmy from And Sew We Craft shows how to make a cover for baby’s diaper changing mat.  It’s made like a small fitted sheet, with elastic around the bottom to keep it wrapped around the mat.  Changing mat dimensions vary, but her …

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Tutorial: The Double "Doodie" BagCami from Tidbits shares a tutorial at Make It and Love It showing how to make her Double “Doodie” Bag.  It’s a large flat pouch that holds a changing pad, a couple of diapers, and a pack of wipes.  Even …

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Tutorial: Envelope style diaper or nappy pouchWen from What’s Mummy Up To shows how to make an envelope-style diaper pouch.  She’s made it big enough to hold three toddler-sized diapers and a flat pack of wipes.  It’s fully lined and has a boxed bottom.  If you’ve got a …

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upcycle t shirts

 

Now that warmer weather has arrived, it’s time to pull all those t-shirts out from the back of your closet and put them front and center.  There are probably a few shirts that you’re unsure whether to keep, so …

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Tutorial: Baby changing mat clutchWen from What’s Mummy Up To? shows how to make a baby changing mat that folds up into a clutch.  When unfolded, there’s a pocket at one end of the mat to hold a pack of wipes and a couple …

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Tutorial: On the Go Baby Changing PadMarni from Haberdashery Fun shares a tutorial over at Pellon showing how to make her On the Go Baby Changing Pad.  The inside (the layer that baby will lay on) is made from a PUL or laminated cotton.  The outside can be any cotton fabric you like.  Fusible …

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convert-your-cloth-diapers-from-velcro-to-snapsOn a diaper, worn out Velcro can have some mighty dire consequences!  Jess from If Only They Would Nap had some fabric diapers that had been through several kids and had Velcro tabs that no longer they should.  Instead of tossing them, …

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Travel-Changing-Pad_MainChristen from Love By Hand shares a tutorial over at Craftaholics Anonymous showing how to make a baby diaper changing mat.  It rolls up so it’s easy to stash in a diaper bag.  The outside is a pretty cotton print, …

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Pouches-2-600pxMarni from Haberdashery Fun made this mesh zippered pouch to carry an extra change of clothes to her son’s daycare, and she shares a tutorial showing how she made it.  It’s a vast improvement over the large plastic baggie that …

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diaperclutchCherie from I Am Momma, Hear Me Roar shows how to make her 15-Minute Diaper Clutch.  The simple fabric pouch is just big enough to hold a pack of wipes and a couple of spare diapers.  Get the tute.…

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rufflediapercoverKate from See Kate Sew shows how to make these adorable ruffle bum baby diaper covers.  The tutorial is part of her Gingham Style series.  They’re actually a variation on a previously published ruffled diaper cover.  Her original design has a ruffle across the …

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diaperchangeclutchJordan Paige shares a tutorial showing how to make a diaper change mat that rolls up into a handy clutch.  As a clutch, it holds a couple of diapers and a wipe case.  When it’s time for a change, just unroll the flap to make …

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DiapersandwipescarriertutorialsAmber from Crazy Little Projects has updated her original diaper & wipe pouch tutorial to add a long strap.  The strap makes it easy to carry with you.  Or, omit the strap for a pouch that’s easily tucked into a diaper …

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