I did a craft fair a while back where someone suggested I start making cloth diapers. She said "you'll make a killing". I wasn't really interested in "making a killing" so I kind of filed that idea away. I didn't use cloth diapers for my kids, so the concept has always been somewhat foreign to me.
In thinking about what kinds of classes might be interesting to teach at Beehive Sewing Studio, I revisited the idea.
Oh my goodness, not only are these easy to make, but also adorable. They came out so cute, I almost wish we weren't officially done having babies.....not really.
I made an "all in one" type diaper. It has a 6 layer flannel soaker sewn in under the fleece lining. I put a layer of PUL (that waterproof diaper fabric you can now buy at Joann) under the knit outer. For the blue one, the fabric and cool graphic came from a re-purposed shirt. Can't get more environmentally friendly than that! There's also an additional 6 layer flannel soaker you can add inside.
So what do you think? Since I have no experience with them, do you think making these would make a good class?
I'd love to hear what you think.