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8 Responses to Tutorial: Cloth Diaper Liners

  1. Melissa  

    Thanks for a great tutorial, Shannon! I really am amazed that you find the time. One these days I may just take up sewing and give these a try!

  2. Zoie @ TouchstoneZ  

    Wonderful tutorial. I have a ton of receiving blankets that I’m waiting to convert into other useful things. This will definitely be one of them. I’m just about to begin learning to sew and serge (I received a sewing machine as a gift and now I need to learn to use it)

    I’m curious, is it better to tear than to cut along the seam? Why is that?

  3. Shannon R  

    You will find these so easy to make. @Zoie – the reason for ripping the fabric is so you use a straight piece of fabric. Handsewn pieces will use this technique which is why they typically last longer. When you cut a piece of fabric instead you may be getting different weaves and it will be more likely to unravel.

  4. Adrienne

    I’ve been waiting for this carnival for a post like this! I was recently given a bunch of receiving blankets and I knew I wanted to make cloth diapers out of them, and assumed someone would post something explaining how! Thank you!! 🙂

  5. Randi K  

    Great idea, thanks for this. I turned the majority of my recieving blankets into wipes!

  6. Shannon R  

    @Adrienne – I used the same basic principle when I was making fitted.
    @Randi – I did some of those as well. I love how versatile upcycling cloth can be.

  7. Dionna  

    You rock 🙂 We used commercial disposable liners with Kieran, but I promise to give this a try with #2!

  8. Irina Johnson

    Thanks for a great tutorial, Shannon! I really am amazed that you find the time. One these days I may just take up sewing and give these a try!