Sewing Your Own Cloth Diapers; Magnum Cloth Diaper Pattern

     Ever consider sewing cloth diapers? I’ve often considered it, but didn’t know where to start. I know local fabric stores, even Walmart, carry PUL and other cloth diaper materials. But how would I shape it, the layers, inserts etc? I’m thrilled to share a cloth diaper pattern from Opulent Monsters for an All in one (AIO), All in two (AI2) and Pocket diaper. This pattern runs just $12 and even has options for snaps and aplix.
     Ever purchase a work at home Mom (WAHM) diaper and wish you had the pattern for your own use? This is it! This pattern has been tried and tested and is now for sale for personal use. In addition to the cloth diaper pattern, it includes information about the best elastic to use, tips and tricks and offers a facebook group for chatter and to help you through the sewing process.

     In addition to providing the actual pattern, this is a complete 40 page instruction booklet including a supplies list, print-out pattern with taping instructions, photos and very detailed instructions. I have no doubt that someone like me, who has done little sewing outside of curtains and blankets, could use this to make their own diapers. Tag your creations #magnumopus, #opulentmonsters, #loveyourmonsters and search the tags to see what others are working on too. Very exciting!
     Does the name Opulent Monsters look familiar? If you love cloth diapers it may! Opulent Monsters offers many limited, unique and adorable patterns you see for sale by WAHM shops. On the same website as the pattern you can find knit fabric, PUL and even kits to make the most unique and personalized clothing items. You can even find a pattern for Monster Bunz! These pants are designed to fit over cloth diapers and have cuffs that go up and down allowing them to grow with baby.With these patterns you’ll have a fantastic cloth diaper wardrobe.

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I would love to try this sometime if I have the time!