Free Dollies Diaper Pattern and Tutorial

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My youngest is currently obsessed with baby dolls. I wanted to make some accessories, so I’m sharing a quick and fun project to make her dollies diaper.

Pattern Details

Pattern Details

I’m a mom to three little ladies and most of my projects lately seem to be for them – and this one is no different! My youngest is 1.5 and is currently obsessed with baby dolls. I wanted to make some accessories, so I’m sharing a how-to for the cloth dollies diaper I made with this free dollies diaper pattern. Because even baby dolls can be environmentally friendly!

I’ve seen a few tutorials for doll diapers without elastic in the legs. While they’re cute, I found that they don’t fit or stay on very well. Most of the baby dolls in our house have a very narrow gap between the legs, so I wanted something that would accommodate. As a side note, this pattern would fit a Baby Alive doll if you wanted to add an absorbent material.

Who has diapers without a diaper bag? Make a cute matchy one for your baby’s Dollies Diapers! Get the Dollies Diaper Bag here.

Kate Golden

Kate Golden

I’m Kate from Confessions of a Crafty Momma (www.confessionsofacraftymomma.wordpress.com) where I share my crafting projects (the beautiful creations alongside the epic fails). I’m a mom to three little ladies and most of my projects lately seem to be for them – and this one is no different!

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What you'll need

You will need:
– ⅓ yard of main fabric
– ⅓ yard of lining fabric
– 2 pcs. 4-inch long elastic
– Velcro

Tools needed are: Sewing machine (or you could do it by hand), needle, scissors, pins.

Kate Golden

Kate Golden

I’m Kate from Confessions of a Crafty Momma (www.confessionsofacraftymomma.wordpress.com) where I share my crafting projects (the beautiful creations alongside the epic fails). I’m a mom to three little ladies and most of my projects lately seem to be for them – and this one is no different!

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PATTERN TESTING

Every pattern we make has been tried & tested first by our team, then by specially selected pre-testers, then by a group of up to 50 different sewers of different abilities, ages, sizes, shapes, body types, and experience levels.

We literally spend hours designing, testing and checking the pattern to make sure it works and the instructions are easy to follow. Hopefully you’ll love the end result as much as we do! But, if for any reason you don’t, please get in touch so we can help.

PRODUCT SALES & LICENSING INFORMATION

This pattern can be used to make beautiful little garments for personal use, or can be made in limited quantities to sell. You can only sell the finished product; you cannot sell the pattern or these instructions. We’d love you to include a credit to www.rebecca-page.com as the pattern designer when you make garments from the pattern to sell, but it’s up to you.

THIS IS A DOWNLOAD-ONLY PATTERN

As soon as you have paid you will receive a link to download the pattern, so you can get started immediately if you like. Note, this is a digital, download-only pattern. You will not receive a physical copy in the post.

Kate Golden

Kate Golden

I’m Kate from Confessions of a Crafty Momma (www.confessionsofacraftymomma.wordpress.com) where I share my crafting projects (the beautiful creations alongside the epic fails). I’m a mom to three little ladies and most of my projects lately seem to be for them – and this one is no different!

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