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I have been on a big crafting kick lately, I think it's the nesting urge. So I bought $11 of flannel on sale and am really pleased with all the goods I got out of it.

First, I made some cloth wipes, those things run about $1 a piece store bought! I got 39 of them. I was planning on a round 40, but I accidentally cut one square an inch too short. Oh well. They are all double layered and measure about 7 1/2" square.

2 of the prints I got were the end of the bolt, so I got the extra few inches at 75% off the already on sale price. The extras were enough to make 2 double layered burp cloths.

With the very last scraps I had enough to make 4 pantyliners. I have tops for 3 more, but I'll have to get more flannel scraps to make the wingbacks for them. These were surprisingly fun and easy to sew, though I now find myself coveting a snap press.

And as for knitting here are two soakers I have finished. I have 3 more that just need a little finishing work as well as a pair of longies.

So, inspire me with your finished baby goods, I need to clean out my in-progress basket.

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I am a huge crafty mama.

I LOVE this pants pattern if you think it is worth it, it makes a really nice pants to fit over cloth diapers. They are adorable pants.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/04/...bum-pants.html

Tie nappies are always a wonderful thing.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/04/tie-nappies.html

AIO diapers are always useful.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/02/...o-diapers.html

If you have any PUl hanging around, you can make wetbags with prints on the outside and PUL on the inside.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/02/wet-bags.html

If you have big scraps, fitted diapers are my favorite.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/02/...d-diapers.html

I loved the simple project of these changing pads to shove in the diaper bag or leave laying around the house.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/02/changing-pads.html

You could make some prefolds/doublers to put in diaper if you are into CD.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2008/12/small-prefolds.html

If you have an older baby girl, you can totally make skirts. I made these for my darling out of total scrap material. We haven't spent a penny on clothes since.
http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/04/daphnes-skirts.html

Don't forget to make some cloth breast pads.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/02/...east-pads.html

or some postpartum pads.

http://ycplife.blogspot.com/2009/02/...rtum-pads.html

Hope that helps. I'm more than ready for this baby in terms of diapers and textile things.

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I have only made 2 pairs of longies so far and I'm finishing up a little hat. I don't have my sewing machine up here or I would have made tons of fitteds for this baby.

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I have only made 2 pairs of longies so far and I'm finishing up a little hat. I don't have my sewing machine up here or I would have made tons of fitteds for this baby.
Awesome, I'd love to see a picture if you have one. What pattern did you use for the longies?

I inserted the elastic for the waistband in a pair of longies tonight, and I also finished crocheting the edging on a blanket. I've still got a few soakers to put leg gussets on, and finishing details on a hat and a bonnet, as well as a half sewn sleeper.

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The only 'crafty' thing I have done is to make a sling. LOL! I used to be a lot more crafty but just don't have the gumption lately.

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I've made nothing.. I would really love to learn how to sew to make some recycled t-shirt fitted diapers.

But I like looking at your stuff!

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I'm about to go down to my sewing machine and finish up the newborn stash of dipes and maybe do wipes too (just occured to me reading this thread there are several things missing from my newbaby stash of stuff that I should be making! stay in there little dude!! LOL)

On my todo list - 1, maybe 2 NB covers (I have 3 made, but will have a stash of nearly 40 dipes between my mom and I! and one of them the reliability may be questionable- LOL- I think I used too thick of an outside fabric)

WIPES (duh)

Breast pads

Mama cloth maybe?

burp pads

ring sling

attempt #2 at pouch sling (attempt #1 was a total "FAIL")

And maybe experiment making some wool knitted soakers.. links to free patterns and what yarn to use would be really awesome... hint hint...

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I am not crafty...I wish I was! But all of your stuff is beautiful!
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I'm about to go down to my sewing machine and finish up the newborn stash of dipes and maybe do wipes too (just occured to me reading this thread there are several things missing from my newbaby stash of stuff that I should be making! stay in there little dude!! LOL)

On my todo list - 1, maybe 2 NB covers (I have 3 made, but will have a stash of nearly 40 dipes between my mom and I! and one of them the reliability may be questionable- LOL- I think I used too thick of an outside fabric)

WIPES (duh)

Breast pads

Mama cloth maybe?

burp pads

ring sling

attempt #2 at pouch sling (attempt #1 was a total "FAIL")

And maybe experiment making some wool knitted soakers.. links to free patterns and what yarn to use would be really awesome... hint hint...
How are you making your breast pads? Like, what size and how many layers? Are you using flannel? It occured to me that I dont' have any, and probably should. There is another sale on flannel at Joann's coming up so I may go take advantage of it. I'm also considering making some mama cloth, though I'm debating about including a waterproof layer. I don't think I can find PUL in a store here, and buying online and paying for shipping would be expensive. Normally my periods are light enough that I wouldn't need a waterproof layer, but lochia is bound to be different, at least at first, right?

For my knitted soakers, the pattern was not free, but I justified spending the money by realizing how many times I'll likely use it. I've already made 5, and those are just newborn and smalls. The yarn I've been using is Shepherd's Wool. It is so soft! Because of the softness it is likely to pill and felt easily, but for non mobile babies that shouldn't be too big of a deal. It also is a good price for the amount of yarn you get. Out of 2 skeins, I made 3 newborn soakers, a pair of adult mittens, and a newborn size hat. I still have enough leftover to probably get another newborn soaker, maybe a small even.

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Longies-and-hat set

I used the "Pimp my longies" pattern. It's by far my favorite


Here are some I made for DD2

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I used to be a crafty sort of person, not so much lately.
I have had this strong sewing urge through this whole pregnancy, my maternity leave started on Friday, so I think I'm going to have to try something this week. I've been wanting to make a ring sling...

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More projects finished today!

Here is a flannel blanket I crocheted an edging onto.

http://i162.photobucket.com/albums/t...m/IMG_1774.jpg
http://i162.photobucket.com/albums/t...m/IMG_1776.jpg

Longies I put the finishing touches on yesterday. I love these, they are so little and cute!

http://i162.photobucket.com/albums/t...m/IMG_1772.jpg

Some t-shirts I cropped short to use as nursing camis under some tops and dresses I have that pull down/to the side easily.

http://i162.photobucket.com/albums/t...m/IMG_1773.jpg
http://i162.photobucket.com/albums/t...m/IMG_1777.jpg
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Have any of you made your own baby mobile? I want to, but haven't been able to summon up the creativity (or energy) to do it. I find lots of girly looking ones that I find adorable, but am having a hard time finding boy looking ones. I looked at etsy and thought that the ones there were very over-priced for something that didn't look THAT hard to do...
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I have some cheap hangers and printouts to make a mobile, but no place or way to hang one.

This is my colorful mess (first finished knitting project) that I knitted in a week or so: http://www.flickr.com/photos/24688191@N05/3654262617/

And back in March I started a baby leg warmers project: http://www.flickr.com/photos/24688191@N05/3536356804/

I took some really ugly socks from Goodwill and cut 'em up and sewed them back together.

That's about as crafty as I get.

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Longies-and-hat set

I used the "Pimp my longies" pattern. It's by far my favorite


Here are some I made for DD2
Those longies are soooo cute!

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I love this thread! I've knitted a few things for baby girl and have a few more in the works. I don't have any pictures (at least yet) though.

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I have knit 5 wool soakers from recycled wool (all very soft). I am a bit conflicted about this as a vegan. However, the sweaters were already made by my mom for us when we were kids. I doubt she would have given them to Goodwill or anything. But she was happy for them to be recycled for her grandbaby.

They are pretty cute. She bought the pattern for me too.

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I don't have any pictures yet, but I have been making a lot of things:

3 doz pockets and a few AIO's
ring sling
pouch sling
3 doz flannel/terry wipes
3 NB kimonos

Still to make:

wetbags
changing pad covers
cosleeper covers
mama pads
breast pads
3 doz flannel only wipes

my bfing basket
organizing wall baskets for baby stuff
finish my latest market basket
basket for my doula

I'm sure there's plenty more....

I love everything you guys have posted- what talented mamas! Those longies are soooo cute!

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Longies-and-hat set

I used the "Pimp my longies" pattern. It's by far my favorite


Here are some I made for DD2
DDC crashing but couldn't help but read and post as I'm sooo into sewing, knitting, crochet, anything that makes something useful for less money.
I'm rather new to knitting and that darn kitchener stitch is giving me a run for my money.
I think I need to find a video tutorial before I make anymore longies with a gusset.
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DDC crashing but couldn't help but read and post as I'm sooo into sewing, knitting, crochet, anything that makes something useful for less money.
I'm rather new to knitting and that darn kitchener stitch is giving me a run for my money.
I think I need to find a video tutorial before I make anymore longies with a gusset.
http://www.knittinghelp.com/videos/knitting-tips

There's a video of kitchener there (scroll down to finishing techniques)

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http://www.knittinghelp.com/videos/knitting-tips

There's a video of kitchener there (scroll down to finishing techniques)
I knew it was going to be simple but I still feel like a dork. lol
Thanks for your help. That video is really great!
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someone along the line asked how I am making the breastpads. I plan on making them pie-piece shaped, rather than round, from scraps I have from making the diapers. I plan on having 3 layers, 1 fleece for up against my bod, 1 microfiber middle, and flannel on the outside. Figure it works for diapers, should work for boobie-drip-catchers. :

I made about 20 wipes from fleece- not flannel yesterday (Also from leftover bits from diaper making) 6in x7in rectangles, just cut, no edging or anything.... I had some fleece wipes for dd and liked those the best, felt like they cleaned up messy messes better than anything, JMO tho.

I would love to make some knitted soakers- but I haven't even finished the hat I started shortly after finding out he was a *he* -a good, oh, what, 15 weeks or so ago?
Can you use any ol wool? Obviously non scratchy would be best, but aside from that?

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How are you making your breast pads? Like, what size and how many layers? Are you using flannel? It occured to me that I dont' have any, and probably should. There is another sale on flannel at Joann's coming up so I may go take advantage of it. I'm also considering making some mama cloth, though I'm debating about including a waterproof layer. I don't think I can find PUL in a store here, and buying online and paying for shipping would be expensive. Normally my periods are light enough that I wouldn't need a waterproof layer, but lochia is bound to be different, at least at first, right?
OK - here is the original post about the breast pads Sorry for the sorta double post. I haven't really worked out how big to make them- I'm a a/b cup right now, and might hit c with a full tank o milk, LOL, based on that - maybe 4in across, and 4in high at the top of the triangle? I will work that out prolly tomorrow night.

As far as PUL goes, I have heard that they have PUL at Hancocks now, so if you have a Hancocks close, you could try there.... I would def include a pul layer or some sort of waterproof-ness! I don't have heavy periods either, and after birth was TOTALLY different.

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Thanks kellykins. For soakers the only kind of wool I know you can't use is superwash. Something about the processing it has gone through kills some of the necessary properties. I think just about any other wool yarn will do, aside from blends that are mostly not wool, but you probably knew that.

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I knew it was going to be simple but I still feel like a dork. lol
Thanks for your help. That video is really great!
I've had to look up that video so many times! I always forget how to kitchener in between projects. Actually I look up that whole website frequently, whenever there's a technique I'm not sure of. It's a good one to keep bookmarked.

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I have to watch the video every time too .

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Aurora- Can you tell me what "gauge" yarn it is you use for that pimp my longies pattern? I am bound n determined to finish baby's hat (taking forever for some reason!!) and make him at least a shorties before he gets here....

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Just finished the last bits of 3 newborn soakers tonight. I love only working part time and not going to school!

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Angel- you may have said this already so 'scuse me but what pattern are you using? Those are soo cute!

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It's the Hybrid Rib Soaker from Little Turtle Knits. Kinda pricy, yes, but I've used it so many times already, and it had a lot of functional features the free patterns didn't.

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