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Originally Posted by Moonbucket
But I think if you got into fitteds and were trying to hand sew elastic in the legs and whatnot, it would be pretty frustrating.
Originally Posted by mehndi mama
I would think that for handsewing and hand-washing, you'd want to go with flats and wool. Your flatfold diapers can be made from flannel sheets, recieving blankets, and even t-shirts if they're big enough.
Heck, you can even fold up an uncut t-shirt to make a decent pinnable diaper!
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