So, I'm going to try making a recycled materials dipe today, and I'd LOVE to see some of your t-shirt,towel,jammis,and sheets as diapers!I'll post mine when i'm done.Thanks!
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6/5/08 at 4:40pm
These are the diapers made out of t-shirts. They are pockets and I stuff them with two layers of towels made into inserts. I think the work great!
Gremco, those are FANTASTIC!!! If I may ask, what kind of pattern did you use? I'm thinking about entering into the foray of sewing my own diapers, and I really like the way yours turned out.
|Here are a few of mine:
those diapers are soooooooo cute!!!
I really have been compitplating going on the cloth diaper train. I hate the idea of polluting the earth with disposable.....I just have not been able to jump over the line to cloth....and I do not think my hubby would be overly happy with it. Besides that, I can not stand having to wash pooh out undies or our training pants(thankfully I do not have to often)....so I am not sure that I can add diapers to that. I really need to get some more info on this so I can make an informed decision.
But I will say that I REALLY like your guys diapers..although I do not know if I am talented enough to make them that cute!
this is a little off subject.... ( I can post this elsewhere if it would be better...I do not want to get the thread off of subject)
how do you get poo stains out of whites?
a pair of my son's poopy undies that had not been washed out made their way into the wash and got poo all over my new baby clothes and my hubby's new clothes. And sadly they were dried that way because I loaded them into the dryer with the lights off so I would not wake the kids. *put bag over head*
halfasianmomma are your fitted's the Shar newborn pattern? If not could you share what pattern you used?
Also, how many layers for the diaper, not the soakers. Obviously you have an outer and inner layer, anything else?