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dls

cute and simple; thank you

חדרי תינוקות

Wow!! the process is really quick and simple, I just love it. You made the process look so simple and encouraging for newbees like me! They look great in their colours and I wanna try them as quick as possible, so can you please help me out in doing this with more of your posts????

Chelly Snow

Used your tutorial and they came out wonderful! Thank you so much

Katie

Thanks for the tutorial I have added you to my Pinterest

Burp Cloth

Great Article
I find that was very useful!

Burp Cloth

Great Article
I find that was very useful!

Julie

Cute, and a great use for prefold diapers. If you want even cuter burp cloths, look for colored prefolds such as these:

http://www.oneluckymama.com/colored-prefolds

Julie

Cute, and a great use for prefold diapers. If you want even cuter burp cloths, look for colored prefolds.

Julie

Cute, and a great use for prefold diapers. If you want even cuter burp cloths, look for colored prefolds such as these:

http://www.oneluckymama.com/colored-prefolds

Andrea

Do you have any suggestions on what type of fabric to use? I have seen a lot of tutorials that suggest flannel because it's absorbent..

Susan Dell

Okay, I'm old, very.. planning to make these for a grand I should've gotten 15 years ago, so tell me, do you leave the outside panels on the diaper? It appears that way in the pic, and if so, does the mom just fold them under? Sorry, haven't had a chance to sew in ages, and even longer since having a baby.

aimee

Thanks for posting! I made a few and they are super cute!

Mary

Hi!! I'm just wondering how the back looks after you have sewed your fabric on. Does it still look nice even if you can see all the thread on that side? Is there a trick to not see it?

Jenny Watson

Thanks for helping hands and giving a great deal of tips to prepare a baby cloth diaper. Cloth diaper should be preferred to the market diaper with reference to the less cost and easy preparation. Further the rashes which are formed in the baby area and which generally occurs in the market diapers are less in case of the cloth diapers. The latter is also washable and can be reused at a later time.

Britt

This was exactly what I was looking for and it was easy to follow. Thank you very much for posting this.

Danielle

Did you use cotton fabric or fleece?

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