How to make a diaper for a child's doll

    Posted by  ·  September 19, 2008

    Okay this might seem like the craziest gift, but I tell you my little girl is going to adore a stack of these baby doll diapers. Really a diaper is the only ‘clothes’ our babies wear, if any.

    These are very easy to make, but if you want a simple pattern so you don’t have to spend time figuring it out you may download the

    Baby Doll Diaper Pattern

    Instructions for making a diaper for a child’s doll:

    Cut two pieces of fabric.  I used a soft flannel, in pink of course (in my daughter’s eyes there are no other colors).

    Stitch the two pieces right sides together.  Leave about a 2 inch opening on the straight edge along the back for turning.

    Clip corners and curves.  Turn the fabric right side out.  Whip stitch opening closed.  Sew velcro on the inside of the back flaps and on the outside of the front. I am confusing the you with the picture. Pretend it is flipped over.  Actually this is easy, just lay your diaper out and fold it up and you will see where the velcro goes.  It is probably a good idea to try it on your doll to get the correct velcro placement.

    These only take minutes, including the time it takes to re-thread the sewing machine needle when the thread breaks sewing the velcro on (does anyone have any tips for this). My daughter aka “little mommy” will be in heaven with this gift

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    I’m off to think of some ideas for the boys!

    Until then you might be interested in:

    Handmade Gift Ideas for Children

    Handmade Doll Patterns and Tutorials

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    Comments

    1. Friday, September 19th, 2008
      Ha - we've been using the newborn diapers that come in the mail - but these are super cute! Will definitely have to give it a try!
    2. Friday, September 19th, 2008
      Love it! Thanks.
    3. miss chris
      Friday, September 19th, 2008
      not crazy at all. I have often thought about whipping up one of these... thanks for doing the thinking part for me! LOL
    4. Lesley
      Friday, September 19th, 2008
      Yeah! Thank you so much!
    5. Friday, September 19th, 2008
      I'm planning on making several baby doll diapers for O for Christmas, so thanks for the tutorial!
    6. Friday, September 19th, 2008
      Faced with a toddler who kept wanting me to change invisible diapers on stuffed animals, and then claiming I hadn't done it, I made stuffed animal diapers out of polarfleece (cut shape, sew on velcro, hand to child). Voila! Diapers that are different colors so you can prove you've changed them.
    7. NJ
      Saturday, September 20th, 2008
      This is a great idea. It reminds me of a gift that my grandmother gave to my little girls (her great-grandchildren). She has a lot of grandchildren and great-grandchildren so she must be creative and frugal with her gift-giving. One year she bought terry-cloth (I think she got it by the yard but you could also use cheap bath towels) and cut them in to little rectangles and smaller squares-they were baby doll bath towels and washclothes. My girls LOVED that these were REAL towels for their babies and I loved that my grandma was thoughtful enough to think of a gift for my girls, no matter how small.
    8. Saturday, September 20th, 2008
      How adorable!
      What a great idea!

      Jenn
    9. Saturday, September 20th, 2008
      Thanks for the tutorial! My girls will love this.
    10. Sunday, September 21st, 2008
      oooh! i know 3 little girls that will be getting a basket of these for christmas!
    11. Monday, September 22nd, 2008
      Cute cute! I'm gonna try these!
    12. Saturday, September 27th, 2008
      Thank you for this!! I've been meaning to make some doll diapers and just haven't gotten around to it. Now I am inspired! I just found this site and like it already. Thanks again for the pattern and tutorial. :)
    13. Monday, September 29th, 2008
      Thanks so much for the cute tutorial! I just started making some dolls for my nieces for Christmas, so this will come in handy. As for the velcro sewing dilemma, Velcro sells a heat-activated adhesive version called FabricFusion. You just iron it on and it bonds permenently! Better than sliced bread if you ask me!
    14. Sheila
      Tuesday, September 30th, 2008
      These are so cute. Thank you so much for the pattern! I have made 4 of them so far: 2 each for my 2 daughters, a blue and pink one for each girl. I had flannel scraps that were perfect. Thank you so much for all your patterns and links! I have made several things but hadn't commented before, and I wanted to rectify that. I appreciate you!
    15. Monday, October 13th, 2008
      I made 3 of these the other day and my 3 year old loves them!!! Thanks for the tutorial.
    16. Sunday, October 19th, 2008
      You've just made my day ... and there will be a very happy little 6 year old on Christmas Day!

      Off to find velcro...
    17. Saturday, November 22nd, 2008
      Thanks for posting this! My daughter keeps asking me to make her doll more cloth diapers, but I have been so lazy to draw a template myself. Thanks for saving me time!
    18. beth
      Tuesday, November 25th, 2008
      just what i was looking for. thanks.
    19. Christy
      Wednesday, November 26th, 2008
      Thank you for this pattern! Its inspired me to make a doll diaper bag and stock it with diapers, a wet bag, changing pad, and mini burp cloths. My girls are going to love these for Christmas. I've made the diapers already and they fit our Bitty Baby perfectly. I zig zag stitched the velcro on and didn't have any trouble. I also turned and top stitched the whole thing rather than hand sew the opening and I think it turned out great! Thank you!
    20. Barbara
      Friday, November 28th, 2008
      Will this diaper fit a Lee Middleton Newborn Nursery doll (the kind you "adopt" from the nursery)? I think the doll is 19 inches long.

      Many thanks!
    21. Patti
      Sunday, November 30th, 2008
      Thanks so much for sharing and making it easy to give my granddaughter a homemade gift for her dolly.
    22. jesse
      Friday, December 5th, 2008
      Thanks so much for the pattern. I have been searching for these type of diapers in the stores. I bought some similiar for my daughter 15 yrs ago. Can no longer find them and was having a hard time trying to draw the pattern myself. These will make great gifts for my great nieces. They love the one that I saved from 15yrs ago. Lots better than wasting $ on the disposalable doll diapers (unless for a baby alive which has to be changed after eating!!)
    23. jesse
      Friday, December 5th, 2008
      Note: you can make veloco a little longer on each side to adjust to babydoll size of sew velcro across the entire front piece.
    24. Becky
      Tuesday, December 9th, 2008
      I'm so making these for my granddaughters!!!
    25. Chrissy
      Friday, December 12th, 2008
      Thank you! It's hard to find doll diapers, and expensive too! I buy old dolls in need of TLC and then fix them up and give them to the nieces. I got the idea to make the diapers, but wasn't sure where to start.
    26. Monday, December 15th, 2008
      Thanks for the EASY tutorial. I made 4 in a flash. Thanks so much!

      http://patrizziagundich.blogspot.com/2008/12/15-of-25-holiday-time-crafts-doll-cloth.html
    27. Tuesday, December 23rd, 2008
      im am totally making my daughters dolls these for a last min Christmas gift! it will be on my blog tomorrow night i just did you crayon roll too thats on my blog now so if you want to see them go check them out! thanks for the tuts. keep them coming!
    28. Kim
      Thursday, December 25th, 2008
      As a preschool teacher - these are amazing!!! My little students often ask me to change diapers, hold, cuddle, feed their "babies" etc. I am going to make a STACK of these!!
      Thanks!!
    29. Sunday, December 28th, 2008
      Hello. Great tutorial :) I know these will fit a Bitty Baby sized doll but will it also work on a Baby Alive? My 4yo just recieved one and the way she will go through diapers with eating and drinking will be a lot :)

      If you'd like you can contact me at SeekingHim @ gmail dot com
    30. Tuesday, January 13th, 2009
      I made the mistake of buying my 20mo old a drink and wet doll for x-mas, and she lost the diaper that came with it. The replacement diapers are too expensive for how few you get and I don't want to go out and buy preemie diapers. This pattern is perfect! I can whip out tons of these in no time and it won't cost me an arm and a leg!
      Thanks so much!!!
    31. Lois
      Sunday, March 8th, 2009
      These are great, I going to make some for a friend for her 2nd birthday! A suggestion for the velcro though(I noticed you were looking for ideas to get around the tread breaking) use the gel type super glue instead of sewing them on! There nothing wrong with cheating when it comes to sewing!
    32. Sunday, March 8th, 2009
      Just what I was looking for. I agree that it is simple, but made worlds easier with your handy template. Thank you so much!
    33. Sara
      Tuesday, April 7th, 2009
      Thanks for the pattern. I thought I was done buying diapers, and then my mom bought my daughter a Baby Alive...

      PS- to sew through Velcro without breaking your needle use a heavy duty needle. They may also be labeled Denim/Corduroy.
    34. kira
      Wednesday, April 8th, 2009
      I can't wait to make this for our "little momma"!
    35. Friday, April 17th, 2009
      Thank you, thank you, thank you! My 2 year old daughter and 4 year old son have been wasting my daughter's size 4 diapers to put them on her baby dolls. I'm going to make some of these this weekend for her! :)
    36. Wednesday, April 22nd, 2009
      thanks this will help when i have a black baby doll who was abandoned in a garage of my moms rental house the little girl lost the origenal baby diaper that the cabbage patch came with. sincerly lisa l sipes
    37. penny
      Wednesday, May 27th, 2009
      Thank you , thank you, I am getting a baby monkey. I will going thur alot of diapers. I am going to make some and put diaper liners inside I am very greatful to you. If you have any ideas for me please e-mail me phullander22@yahoo.com

      Thank You Again
    38. Veta
      Monday, July 20th, 2009
      Thanks! I am going to make some to use for a baby shower game for my oldest daughter's first baby. She is having a girl so I will definitely be using the pattern again when she gets old enough to play with dolls!
      It is a great idea!
    39. Libby Meyer
      Monday, July 20th, 2009
      I put a copy of the diaper pattern in my craft file so I will always have it.
      With 4 granddaughters ages 6 and under, I'm going to make a stack for each of their houses and mine! Thank you for the super-quick pattern.
    40. Kristen
      Monday, August 17th, 2009
      Thank you! I have had this bookmarked for awhile now, since I knew my mother was buying a Bitty Baby for my daughter's birthday. Now she has a couple of diapers that are a lot nicer than the one the doll came with. Thanks again!
    41. Sunday, September 6th, 2009
      I LOVE THIS! i just posted your link in my blog!! thanks so much for sharing :)
    42. Emily
      Monday, October 19th, 2009
      This is a great idea! We have some like that at home. We actually cloth diaper the real kids, too, and as for a suggestion about the velcro...why not try snaps! You can use one of those hand-held snap presses from the fabric store and add some metal snaps. Or, you can add resin snaps - these kind are on cloth diapers. The resin snaps are much cheaper and super good quality but might be a little hard for little fingers to unsnap. We prefer snaps on our cloth diapers over the velcro. :)
    43. Thursday, October 22nd, 2009
      Instead of sewing the velcro, I buy stick on velcro dots, very durable, washable and oh so quick and easy.
    44. Jennie Bentham
      Saturday, October 24th, 2009
      I've just made 2 of these for baby Annabell as I am fed up of my daughter using her her own nappies and then throwing them away! I had to alter the pattern slightly, Annabell has a larger bottom than the pattern allowed for. I also cut out a duck and a teddy bear from felt to put on the front of each one. Thanks for the pattern and the idea, they were an instant hit and soooooo easy to make.
    45. Dawn
      Friday, November 27th, 2009
      I put a velcro strip all the way across the fron of the diaper that way it will fit even the smaller dolls and stuffed animals.
    46. Su
      Saturday, November 28th, 2009
      Thank you so much for posting this tutorial! I just purchased a Baby Alive for my daughter for Christmas. I was shocked at how much the little Baby Alive diapers were in the store and was thinking I could make some for her. Your webpage was the first one that popped up with a pattern. Thanks again for making my day!
    47. Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009
      Wow - they are simple!! Thanks so much for this post. I don't have a sewing machine, but I'm sure I can do this by hand. It'll take longer of course and I'll only have time to do one or two, but it'll be worth it.
    48. Nicole
      Thursday, December 31st, 2009
      Thank you, thank you for this tutorial! This is exactly what I was looking for, it was easy to follow and they turned out great!!
      LOVE your site! Great work!! You are very talented!
    49. Wednesday, January 27th, 2010
      I glue the velcro strips Aleens Tacky Glue. A strong bond.
    50. V Reed
      Friday, January 29th, 2010
      thank you for the cute pattern! I whipped up a pair of these last night, much to my daughter's delight. they were quick and easy to put together!
    51. Jessica
      Monday, February 1st, 2010
      OHMIGOSH! This is perfect. 10 minutes of work and a HUGE grin from my daughter! Will alter the pattern later to make it just a tad narrower in the crotch, but AWESOME! Thank You!
    52. Saturday, February 6th, 2010
      Thanks for the pattern! I made a diaper for my daughter's doll, and plan to make another pair for a gift.

      I linked to your post here:
      http://paintingpinkpajamas.blogspot.com/2010/02/making-doll-clothes-quick-hat-and.html
    53. Monday, February 8th, 2010
      I linked to this post in my post about baby-doll diapers. Thanks for sharing!

      http://maemaedaily.com/2010/02/the-simple-baby-doll-diaper/
    54. Tanjia
      Sunday, February 21st, 2010
      I have some nice baby blue polar fleece and I'm going to do a no-sew version of this tomorrow for my kids. Great pattern. Thank you!
    55. Linda
      Monday, March 1st, 2010
      will have to make some for my granddaughter, she will love them. thanks
    56. Friday, March 5th, 2010
      I'm going to bookmark this post...
    57. Angela
      Monday, March 15th, 2010
      I am just about finished making my first Waldorf style doll! This diaper will be perfect. Thanks!
    58. Kenessa
      Saturday, April 10th, 2010
      I put the printed pattern on my copier, enlarged and shrank it so there are different sizes. Have made 2 of regular size already. Great big smiles thus far. As for the issue with the needle breaking you have use a 16 gauge for stiffer and heavier fabrics . I used old receiving blankets to make 1 of them.
    59. Thursday, June 24th, 2010
      thank you so much for this pattern.
      I adjusted it a bit for a baby alive that wets.
      you can see it here at my blog: http://artycrafty.wordpress.com/2010/06/25/things-to-do-3/

      You are a gem - thank you
    60. Kristin M
      Wednesday, July 14th, 2010
      I just made a couple of these! Very easy! I did decide to put the velcro on first before sewing together so if my velcro got messed up, it didn't look bad on the reverse. I also sewed a velcro strip so it can fit all our various babies. After turning, I top stitched all around to close the hole and give it a nice finish. I even appliqued some elmo faces on one for my son to match his own underwear. 2 thumbs from my kids!
    61. Saturday, October 9th, 2010
      I made a couple of your dolly diapers and linked to you on my blog at http://divaskychick.wordpress.com/2010/10/09/baby-gifts-and-dolly-diapers/.

      I too, had a horrible velcro experience and am dying to know if you ever figured it out. Mine had to do with the sticky back type. Allow me to advise your readers: DO NOT USE THE STICKY BACK VELCRO. I promise, it will suck.

      Thanks, Cindy. Yours is one of my favorite blogs!
    62. Wednesday, November 24th, 2010
      What a great tutorial! Thanks! Just what I was looking for, my daughter has asked for baby diapers for christmas....:D

      Thanks!
    63. Thursday, December 2nd, 2010
      Wow! Thank You Thank You Thank You :) I just made one for my little girl she loves it!! :) I made sure to put your link.
    64. Thursday, December 2nd, 2010
      This info was a great read. Thanks for the article.I am looking forward for your next post!
    65. Jennifer
      Friday, December 10th, 2010
      Thank you so much for such a quick & simple tutorial. I was in sort of panic mode trying to figure out what to make my daughter for Christmas (I hand make something every year for them) and tonite she was trying to put this tiny Baby Alive diaper on another doll and I thought I could make some diapers--Your tutorial was 3rd in a search and first to open so Whala! I'm off to make a few!
    66. Thursday, December 30th, 2010
      Thank you so much for this pattern! It was so simple and easy to follow. Check out my post at www.theecochic.com for my thoughts!
    67. Nicole
      Saturday, January 8th, 2011
      Thank you for sharing this with me. I had tried to make my own this morning. I used an old washcloth and press and seal. It did not turn out well. My daughter thanks you too.
    68. Jill
      Saturday, January 15th, 2011
      What a great idea! Thanks!
    69. Sunny
      Sunday, January 23rd, 2011
      An excellent pattern. Love your simple instructions. I've made scores of real diapers and too many stage costumes to count. On the Velcro - buy heavy duty synthetic (nylon, polyester, viscose) thread and sew it on by hand. Yeah, I know. Shock and horror... I bought a machine so I wouldn't have to do this stuff by hand! but even with my heavy-duty machine, most velcro is simply too thick, too stiff, and the hook side of the tape is a nightmare. You'll need a sturdy needle and a thimble. But given how many times it'll take you to unsnarl your machine thread, it's about the same investment of time.

      If you have a LOT of velcro-type closures to do, it's worth your time and money to order Aplix brand hook and loop, which is slightly kinder to the machine and also outperforms Velcro on things that get opened and closed a bazillion times a day. :)
    70. Louise Taylor
      Friday, February 18th, 2011
      Use a Titanium needle and a teflon foot to slide easier. Put the loop side up toward the foot. I've never had any problems sewing on velcro and I don't know why but I only but the sew on type not the stuff with glue on it.
    71. Erin
      Wednesday, March 2nd, 2011
      This pattern is fabuous, thank for posting it!
    72. Sophie
      Wednesday, March 16th, 2011
      | just sewed one up tonight...I will probably have to make another in the morning when my daughter see's it, as she has two dolls.... The fit is perfect!!! And I was able to recycled her old receiving blanket!!!! Awsome tutorial! Thanks! :)
    73. Laurie
      Wednesday, March 23rd, 2011
      I just would like to thank you for the pattern. I have just purchased a tiny tears doll and plan on making clothes for her. I am a grandmother for the first time. Our Alexis was born 8 months ago and I am looking forward to playing dolls with her.
    74. Friday, May 27th, 2011
      Thank you for posting this! It is perfect, and I can't wait to try this out. My daughter will love having diapers that actually will fit her dolls!
      As for the Velcro....I do a lot of sewing and I found that you need to just make sure you have a new (sharp) needle in the machine and it should sew the Velcro with no problem. I had that same problem with the thread breaking over and over again until I figured out I had a dull needle in the machine. Thanks again!
    75. christina
      Monday, July 11th, 2011
      love this! just made one, best directions ever!
    76. Thursday, August 4th, 2011
      Featured this lovely idea today in my 'Walk Around Blog Land.' http://estherscardcreations.blogspot.com/2011/08/walk-around-blog-land-9.html?showComment=1312459237792#c1832767651519879124
    77. Monday, August 8th, 2011
      Thanks for sharing this great tutorial and pattern! I made one for my daughter who is always wanting help using her own diapers on her dolls. Now she can do it all by herself. http://4happyhens.blogspot.com/2011/08/diaper-for-dolly.html
    78. Maria
      Wednesday, August 31st, 2011
      For what size doll did you make this? I think it would be easy enough to enlarge for bigger dolls if necessary. Thanks for sharing!
    79. Friday, September 2nd, 2011
      Thanks for this! I top stitched it after flipping it. It eliminated the whipstich and made it look a little more finished ;-)
    80. Monday, September 26th, 2011
      I saw this pattern a long time ago and knew that I needed to make it for my girls. Well needless to say a few years later I got around to doing it. I used minky fabric that was in my scrap bin. I only did 1 side instead of 2 sided. I even shrunk the pattern a bit for the smaller dolls. It worked for the cabbage patch so I was really happy :)

      Thanks for a great pattern!
    81. BellaVita
      Friday, October 7th, 2011
      Thank you for these simple instructions for a fun item!
    82. copier
      Thursday, November 10th, 2011
      Hi Billy since the business is marked as a hotel, it won't show up on the map, which is a bug and we'll be fixing it as soon as we can. If you change the "type" to business it will show up on the map (as a temporary fix)
    83. Jodie
      Thursday, November 10th, 2011
      THANKS! And, no, this isn't the craziest gift idea. I think it's one of the best.
    84. Roni
      Sunday, November 20th, 2011
      Thank you for the pattern! Also, a tip I have for sewing on velcro: When I know a project has velcro, I use a jean/denim needle and it seems to the job.
    85. Saturday, December 3rd, 2011
      Thanks for the pattern! After trying them out, it was nice to see that the pattern works for both my daughter's cabbage patch doll and her smaller dolls. I did put a strip of velcro across the whole front of the diapers though so they could adjust easier between the different sizes of dolls. Thanks again!

      Baby Doll Diaper Kit
    86. Grace
      Friday, February 3rd, 2012
      Any suggestions for the new dolls that wet and poo in their diapers?
      • Saturday, February 4th, 2012
        What about using the iron on vinyl for the inside?
    87. Doris
      Friday, March 2nd, 2012
      I downloaded the pattern for the Baby Doll Diaper pattern, but I could not find anything on how much material to buy.

      Can anyone help me on this.

      Thank you.
    88. Monday, April 9th, 2012
      Thanks for the pattern.
    89. Southie
      Sunday, April 29th, 2012
      Thank you for the pattern - I was looking for one to go with the Waldorf doll I'm getting my son! Thank you! He's going to love it!
    90. Jennifer
      Saturday, June 16th, 2012
      After looking everywhere possible for cloth baby doll diapers I realized none existed. So I searched the Internet and found these. I am so excited to make them with our own choice of cloth! Thank you!
      Mother and daughter
    91. Tuesday, July 10th, 2012
      I am making these for my daughter's first birthday gift right now! We bought her a baby doll because she is becoming fascinated by them! Shhh! Don't tell her the surprise ;)

      Jenna
      callherhappy.com
    92. Thursday, August 2nd, 2012
      I like the valuable information you supply in your articles. I will bookmark your blog and check again here regularly. I'm fairly sure I will be told many new stuff right right here! Best of luck for the following!
    93. Sara
      Tuesday, August 7th, 2012
      Thank you! My daughter got a Baby Alive & I refuse to pay for disposable diapers for a DOLL! (preemie size baby diapers do work & are cheaper for anyone who reads this) I was just going to make my own template but Googled & found your site. Not only will I save money & feel better about the environment but they'll be cuter to boot! (my daughter already picked out purple flannel w/ butterflies)

      I am adding about an inch to the top & bottom of your template to more closely match the diaper that came with the doll - my paper towel version seems to fit her well. I'll also add a batting strip in the middle between the layers to make it more absorbent - paired with a pair of rubber pants (newborn size with the leg holes tacked in tighter), I think it'll work.

      Thanks again. I'll be back, I'm sure.
    94. Bianca
      Thursday, December 27th, 2012
      Wonderful! I can't wait to make these for my little girl... her doll!
    95. allison
      Sunday, January 6th, 2013
      Our eight year old neice made her first communion last may and we gave her an 18 inch first communion doll that had the white tights with her dress.the neices parish requires the girls to wear a white cloth diaper and rubberpants under their tights so i made a cloth diaper out of regular diaper material and pinned it on the doll,then i found a pair of white new born size rubberpants and put it on the doll over the diaper then the tights over them.the rubberpants bunched up under the tights just like the neices rubberpants fit her.she was thrilled to get the doll!
    96. Tuesday, June 4th, 2013
      Hoping to find a step-by-step guide for making diapers, and this is perfect! I've got a nursery full of "naked" reborn dolls that need some diapers lol. Love the fact that you've incorporated velcro into the design.
    97. Saturday, November 9th, 2013
      I like how you make the diapers you are cool so when I play with my dall I can make the diapers. THANK YOU SO MUCH.
    98. Marjorie
      Friday, December 20th, 2013
      Thankyou for share your diaper pattern with us, I am a grandmother and great grand mother, my grand children will love the diapers for there dolls....
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    100. Suzanne
      Saturday, February 22nd, 2014
      To sew Velcro put tissue paper over the Velcro and your thread will not break or snag. Then remove paper. Happy sewing
      • Wednesday, February 26th, 2014
        Thanks Suzanne! I love this tip!
    101. Dianne L.
      Saturday, April 12th, 2014
      Our granddaughter was finially baptized last easter sunday[2013] at easter vigil and wore the traditional white infant style gown with matching bonnet,lace anklets and white shoes and under the gown she had the white rubberpants and tee shirt.we gave her a doll dressed in the baptism gown and bonnet and it came with tights so i took the tights off the dolland put the dool size lace socks and white shoes on it.I found a pair of white doll size rubberpants and tee shirt and put them on the doll as well.the granddaughter was thrilled to get the doll dressed in the same outfit as she wore!
    102. Teri
      Tuesday, November 11th, 2014
      Does this fit a bitty baby 15 inch doll?
      • Sunday, November 16th, 2014
        We used them for a Bitty Baby. Is that 15 inches?
    103. Shirley
      Friday, July 31st, 2015
      I am going to try this but add PUL fabric (polyurethane laminated fabric)so it will be water proof because my oldest has a doll that actually wets, plus then they will look more like her baby sister's cloth diapers.
      • Sunday, August 2nd, 2015
        That is a great idea Shirley!
    104. Joan
      Wednesday, December 2nd, 2015
      To sew velcro, place a bit of wax paper over the velcro and then sew through it. The paper peels off and you won't break or snag the thread as you sew. Just wax paper that you buy at the store. I suppose tracing paper would work as well...as long as you can see through it to sew.

      Great pattern. Thanks so much
    105. Hilda
      Sunday, December 6th, 2015
      To sew the sticky side of Velcro on, I cover it with a thin tissue paper and just pull paper away after sewing. It worked good for me.
      • Sunday, December 6th, 2015
        What a great tip Hilda!