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Old 02-24-2018, 08:53 AM   #11
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Bumping for a great idea! I think I will do this and use them with my prefolds. The containment of a fitted + the customizable absorbency/fit of a sized diaper + the size adjustability of a one-size diaper + the washability of a prefold...sounds like perfection to me. Giving it a shot.

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Old 02-28-2018, 09:53 AM   #12
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Good Luck! I guess I said it 3 years ago as well, but still thinking "Super Neet!"
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Yes! I was looking for this exact same thing--I need thin for washing purposes. I made one and it is my favorite thing right now. I wish I didn't hate sewing so much, I really ought to make some for the newbie.
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Yes! I was looking for this exact same thing--I need thin for washing purposes. I made one and it is my favorite thing right now. I wish I didn't hate sewing so much, I really ought to make some for the newbie.
I wish I liked sewing more as well. There are so much I'd like to make, but I just don't enjoy it.
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I wish I liked sewing more as well. There are so much I'd like to make, but I just don't enjoy it.
I get frustrated with the machine (1930s...) and it makes my back/neck hurt for days afterwards so it is just plain not worth it to me to make stuff like wipes. Saving up all my willpower to make the girls some dresses--and if I could find what I want I'd buy them too.
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