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DIY Cloth Diapers with Babyville Boutique

This past Christmas I started to learn how to sew. I am not an expert. Not even close to being one. I must have a step by step pattern to help. That’s why I feel in love with Babyville Boutique.

DIY Cloth diapers

Babyville Boutique has everything you need for making your own cloth diapers. When I say everything I mean EVERYTHING!!! They have the patterns, material, snaps, pins, buttons, and many more!  I spent hours on their site looking at their different materials. They have a huge selection and they are all very cute! My favorite is the monkeys and ducks!! There books are made for dummies to sewing. I spent easily an hour looking over their book and they way their instructions are I know I can make one for myself!

When they created their shop they also put the mom first. Created things that make DIY Cloth Diapers a lot easier. They also consider they child, by providing several cute designs. This way mom can be confident in her choice of making her own cloth diaper and the child can wear cloth diapers in style. Nothing like a styling baby! I can’t say enough how much I love this site. It has many options and makes it easy to make your own cloth diapers. I am using my kit for a baby shower gift. But you can follow a long and see how easy it is to make these diapers in The Mommy Goods review. 

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43 thoughts on “DIY Cloth Diapers with Babyville Boutique

  1. I love evertything, but I’d choose Playful Pond Turtle and Frogs or any boy/neutral design!

  2. I love Babyville PUL!! It sews up so nicely, and is great for diapers AND other items

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  4. I started making Babyville diaper covers about a year ago. I don’t even have to look at the book anymore when making one, they’re so easy! I’d like the cowboy print as I already most of the girl colors.

  5. I love their monsters, cowboy, robots, and owl prints! I would probably pick monsters…

  6. I would pick playful friends, because I already have Cowboys and robots and the dinos and monsters!

  7. I love the Sweet Stuff Butterflies and Cupcakes fabric – it would make the cutest diapers for my baby girl!

  8. I love the monsters! I just started learning how to sew too and made my first diaper recently.

  9. Iwould love the boys dinos and ducks are supper cute they would look adorable on my 4 month old

  10. I used the Turtles and Frogs, the Monkeys and the Owls since we don’t know what we’re having… If this is a girl, I’ll be making more with the Mod Girl Flowers and Dots!

  11. I love the Babyville line! My little one is due any day now and I have my Babyville AIO’s ready and waiting!

  12. I actually used the Dino PUL to cover my sons chairs that input padding on and wanted to protect them from spills and accidents. Love how easy it is to wipe them off:) so if I won I old pick more Dino’s to match his table nd chairs or the monkey one is cute to.

  13. Love them all, especially dinasaurs and frogs, Just made a couple training pants, they went together really well and look great.

  14. I would pick the sassy girl set. They don’t have it here locally. But anything girls for my super cutie grand daughter works.

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