Every new Mommy knows she needs a basket full of diapers for her sweet baby dolls.
This simple and fast pattern will supply a whole diaper service worth of washable and re-usable diapers, enough to provide endless hours of fun.
Its two-piece design makes it easy to mix and match fabrics; perfect for twin diapers as well.
A curved front flap offers plenty of style and hook and loop tape closures make it easy for little hands to open and close all by themselves.
Somehow magic happens when little hands learn to care for their dolls and playtime becomes about nurturing others. It’s those lovely life skills that imaginative play is all about.
This PDF sewing pattern is design to fit 15" baby dolls such as Bitty Baby® and Bitty Twins®.
Recommended Fabrics: Any fabric without too much stretch will work great. Cotton prints make a cute diaper full of color. Flannel prints and lightweight fleece also work well. For a thinner diaper that works under tight outfits, line with a simple cotton weave. For a more traditional feel, go with a plusher lining fabric like a flannel or lightweight fleece.
-4” x 5” fabric for front diaper cover
-1/4 yd. fabric for back diaper cover
-1/4 yd. lining fabric
- 2” hook and loop tape strip
- 3 inches of 1/4” elastic (optional)
Skill Level: Easy
What You Get: One 13 page sewing pattern that you digitally download as a PDF file so you can start your project immediately! The PDF sewing pattern provides full color step-by-step illustrated instructions and full size pattern pieces. A PDF reader is required to view and print the files (example: Adobe Reader or Preview for MAC). The download link is received immediately after the transaction is complete. Print copies are NOT available.Download, Print, Sew!
I loved these cute little diapers. They were easy to do and come out so cute! The instructions were easy to follow and the pictures were also nice.
Easy peasy pattern. Whipped up 10 diapers for my grandniece’s 14-inch Corelle baby in no time. The instructions, with photos, were very clear. You can’t go wrong with this simple pattern!
This pattern works up quickly and is very cute. You can make many variations by using one to three different fabrics. I've made several in flannel and also in fabrics to match clothes I've made.