It was a free pattern online, baabaababy, but has no instructions. It's not terribly complicated but I'm figuring out the best way to make them as I go.
These are made with an old flannel sheet double thickness and now I'm thinking I won't use snaps but will pin instead.
I might sew the liner to the top inside of the diaper so it doesn't get lost in the wash along with all the socks that are missing. A friend suggested sewing another liner to the opposite end (front) and use it as a nighttime diaper. The liners are the same flannel sheet, double thickness.
This project is convincing me that I might just ask for family donations for a serger and take the plunge onto the learning curve. Does anyone here use a serger? Is it worth working your way through another how-to manual? Is threading a real pain? Do you love it?