Wet bags are such a super useful thing when having a newborn with how many diapers they go through. Over the years I’ve made a bunch from different materials, but this is by far my favorite combo.
This tutorial from Lemon Squeezy Home is what I’ve used a bunch: Wet Bag Tutorial
PUL fabric is simply the best material for this and it really isn’t that bad to work with. It’s so great how much it is available now! Getting a teflon foot for the sewing machine made it super easy and I could skip the steps discussing how to keep the foot from sticking. It was fun to make the coolors coordinate but not match exactly too. The hardest part of this is cutting the sizes perfectly because I have such a hard time with it :)
Another thing that I like to make for baby girls are little leggings. These keep the legs warm when they wear those cute little dresses. These are even easier to make since they are just made from socks. Take a look at this post for more info:
Note: These were made on April 5, 2013.
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