Originally Posted by StrawHatBrat
The Honeyboy pattern is awesome! I like the very baby fitted too.
I'll second the Honeyboy pattern. I love it. It seems known for its high rise. I used the mediums on my son from 4 months on. He is 21 months now and still using them. My next project is to make HB larges, but I will be cutting down the rise now. The high rise for the mediums has been perfect, even from 4 months of age.
You can make regular diapers, AIOs, or pockets out of this pattern.
The tabs can be a little confusing to start, but read through it carefully. The pattern has very detailed directions. Many mamas have said they actually learned to sew just so they could make diapers.
I got the HB pattern from SewShoppe. While you are at it, I LOVE the printed Malden Mills microfleece print they have. It is great for boys. The print is a plastic, but it has *never* been scratchy. It "melts" into the fleece after it is washed. Even after 17 months, it still looks great, is even softer than most of my other MM fleece, and the plastic is not wearing off.
Originally Posted by boscopup
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