This is the pattern I used. I did scale the small down a little more to make it just for a newborn, but DS2 outgrew them within weeks.
They also have a matching wool soaker that is knitted flat and I love how easy it is.
It is important to use real 100% wool for the wool soaker and I found some at $2.49 a ball at knitpicks and it only takes 1 ball to make the small size soaker. One thing I would say about wool for soakers though is to stay away from merino or blends with merino as it isn't very hard wearing for diapering needs. Merino is lovely and soft for other baby items like hats etc, but don't use it for diapers.
I'd post pictures but they are also still on the old computer and I haven't had time to transfer them. maybe once I get working on the new batch I'll post some pictures of them.
Thanks for the link! I like the look of this pattern. I have purchased diaper flannel for making DS's trainers and found it good and absorbant so could get more of that for the soakers. I think I even have some microfleece left from making those trainers that I could use for the inner layer to wick moisture and make them nice and soft...What did you use for "wadding"? I understand this is what would also be called "batting". Did you use cotton, or polyester? How many layers did you do for the soaker, and what material did you use?
Now I want to make some upcycled wool soakers too! I have a tone of felted sweaters kicking around that I'd intended to use for a quilt (still want to, if I ever get to it...) that I could use.