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Old 03-05-2012, 09:51 AM   #1
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Which pattern do you like best?

I'm going to be adding money into my paypal account so that I can order a good diaper pattern.. love the ones I'm making but I have too many questions about them! lol.. anyways

Between the LaDiDa and Darling Diapers (the paid version) which do you like the best and why?

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Old 03-05-2012, 10:04 AM   #2
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Re: Which pattern do you like best?

I've actually come to prefer the Rainy Days Diaper Pattern. I've used the La Di Da. Excellent for babies with fat legs. I'm just tired of having to sew so many different sizes. I love the sewing, but with 2 lo's and one on the way, I know I don't have time to create the huge stash I'd need with 2 of them in diapers. I have used the free Darling Diapers newborn pattern and it was just okay.
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I've actually come to prefer the Rainy Days Diaper Pattern. I've used the La Di Da. Excellent for babies with fat legs. I'm just tired of having to sew so many different sizes. I love the sewing, but with 2 lo's and one on the way, I know I don't have time to create the huge stash I'd need with 2 of them in diapers. I have used the free Darling Diapers newborn pattern and it was just okay.
Ah! I've been wondering if it was possible to make 2 sized fitteds instead of nb/sm/med/lg. Is this a pretty easy pattern to follow?

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