How to make cloth diapers for a baby doll

  • Brenda Platt

    These are great! What little girl wouldn’t love these for their baby dolls?! Thanks for sharing, Debbie :) Happy Valentine’s Day! :)


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  • Lindsay @Artsy-Fartsy Mama

    Love your fabric! I need to make some of these for the hundreds of baby dolls we have around here! Thanks for sharing your tutorial at Artsy Corner, you were featured this week :)

    • Debbie @ One Little Project

      Thanks! It’s amazing how many dolls and stuffed animals our little ones end up with, isn’t it!? And thanks again for the feature!

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  • Lora

    We just bought fabric to make these!!! Thanks so much!

    • Debbie @ One Little Project

      You are very welcome! I’d love to hear how they turn out! :)

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  • Eknuckles

    Aww how cute!! And they are water proof, if you’re using fleece!!! I cloth diaper my real baby (lol) and use fleece-only diaper covers that i sewed myself.

    • Debbie @ One Little Project

      I didn’t realize that you could use fleece diaper covers! I cloth diapered my girls for awhile too. I would have loved to make my own diaper covers if I had known that! Do the ones you made work well?

  • Kate

    Okay, love this, and love the fabric. Any way you could share where you found it? :-)

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  • Bobbie bonebrake

    Making diaper bags & accessories for al,the little girls in our family this year & you just saved me the “tweaking” that goes into finding the right size! Thank you for the pattern!

  • Jackie Southern

    from the looks of what i printed out. it looks as though if you print on the portrait setting it will also fit the old CPK newborns.

  • Nancy

    Thank you for sharing this pattern. My 2 year old granddaughter has never been in a single disposable. I am bringing a set of these with a Baby Alive to her when her baby sister arrives soon.

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