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One Size Diaper Pattern

  • $10.00

Categories: Diaper, Baby Diaper,

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Sew a diaper with this one size diaper pattern!

Sewing your own pocket cloth one size diapers is fast and easy. Our one size diaper pattern fits 7-38 lbs. 4 rise adjustments, optional gussets and optional adjustable elastic are all part of this one size diaper pattern. Choose between touch tape (velcro) and snaps for a diaper closure. Helpful hints are included to help you choose fabrics, closure systems, ease of sewing and how to instructions for the one size diaper pattern.

This One Size Diaper Pattern & Tutorial Includes

  • Printable pattern pieces (One size from 7-38 lbs)
  • Supply list with helpful hints so that you know exactly what you want before sewing the one size diaper
  • Helpful hints on how to use virtually any fabric for the one size pocket diaper
  • Directions on how to add snaps or velcro
  • Snaps or velcro placement location on pattern piece
  • Optional ADJUSTABLE elastic to make the one size diaper fit children even better
  • Optional additional gussets to help hold in messes better
  • Step by step directions with real life images for each step of the one size diaper pattern.
  • Attaching snaps Tips & Tricks
  • Fabric cutting guide so you can make these one size diapers for less then $3.50 a piece.
  • 100% Support from a professional seamstress

Unique One Size Diaper Pattern

  • Fits babies from 7-38 lbs
  • Use snaps or velcro
  • Hidden elastic in legs
  • Optional Adjustable hidden elastic
  • Optional Gussets
  • No bulk one size diaper will keep your little one comfortable
  • No Serger needed 

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What customers are saying about One Size Diaper Pattern

Great pattern! | By Melissa

Instructions are very clear and easy to understand, even for a novice seamstress like myself. The pictures accompanying each step help tremendously. Love the optional gussets and adjustable elastic features. Very happy with this pattern. :)

Great Tutorial | By Melissa

Not only is this pattern a great OS AI2, but the picture tutorials are great! Elizabeth's tips and suggestions are spot on and layout produces little fabric waste. Can't be beat!

Awesome Pattern | By Caitlyn

I switched to cloth because my daughter has sensitive skin and in searching for diapers I came upon this. I thought it was a great idea. So I tried it. I love this pattern because it is a one-size fits all and that it is a pocket diaper. The pocket comes in handy because you can always add more soakers for more absorbency. The pattern is very easy to read and I like all the extra's that you can add on. It is just like a bought diaper except a whole lot cheaper to make. Would totally tell other people about this.

Fantastic diaper pattern | By Julianne

I really love this diaper pattern. The instructions are thorough and there are plenty of options - touchtape vs. snaps, optional gussets, and optional adjustable elastic. You can also add a decorative fabric layer over the PUL to add a little flair. It's a one size pocket diaper, so can be used through potty training or for diapering multiple children in the household.

Would Recommend - NICE DIAPER! | By Katrina

This was a little challenging for me as a very low experiences sewer, but it turned out great and works great. My son is 9 months. Also, when I had questions, the store owner/seamstress was very helpful and kind. Awesome pattern and price.

One size diaper pattern | By Stull

I made 30 diapers for my daughter. She has been using them for her little boy for 5mos. now and loves them. The sewing instructions were easy to follow and made up quickly. The information on your website about where to purchase supplies was so helpful and made it very easy to buy everything I needed to make them! I will definitely recommend Mamma can do it to anyone!

Great directions!

Very easy to follow! I made 9 pocket diapers and they are great. I'm quite pleased overall with the quality of pattern and the diapers I was able to create.

Great directions!

Very easy to follow! I made 9 pocket diapers and they are great. I'm quite pleased overall with the quality of pattern and the diapers I was able to create.

Great directions!

Very easy to follow! I made 9 pocket diapers and they are great. I'm quite pleased overall with the quality of pattern and the diapers I was able to create.

Love this pattern | By Kate

When I started sewing this pattern, I was a glorified newbie at sewing. Maybe not so glorified. Anyway. I was a newbie. I was not confident in my sewing abilities, but I wanted to try my hand at sewing some cloth diapers. How hard could it be to find a good pattern? I was sure I could even get one for free. Then I started looking online, mostly through Pinterest. Wow. The cloth diaper community is HUGE and no two people seem to completely agree on best type of diaper. So, that was a lot to jump into, and asked more questions than it answered. I revised my thoughts on what type of diaper I wanted to sew based on my new research. I wanted one-size, because I was sure as heck not going to end up making a whole set for every size when we eventually have kids. I wanted something with PUL for the waterproof factor. And, I decided, I wanted to buy the pattern, because I was a newbie to sewing and really just wanted to have success with limited frustration. And so I found this pattern. PUL? Check. One size? Check! Paid (but not too expensive) and the promise of help if I got lost? CHECK!!! I have not only not been disappointed, I have been amazingly successful making these. I think I've made about 18 now, had my sister test them for fit and absorbency on my nephews (aged 4 months and almost 2 at the time). Pass and pass! I've made some small modifications, decided that I did not want double gussets (although the pattern does include them as optional) and cranked these babies out. Someday when we have a child, his or her butt will be the cutest on the block!

Good, but some confusing aspects

To lay some groundwork here, I'm a professional designer and sewist. That said, I don't do garments! So when I wanted to make cloth diapers for my soon-to-arrive baby, I decided it was worth the small investment to get a paid pattern with good instructions and support (as opposed to using one of the many free, online patterns & tutorials). I've just finished my first diaper and have a few areas that I think could be improved on in the instructions. 1.) It would help to clearly label, on Piece A, the small section that is a part of the optional gusset. This really isn't clear and I only noticed it after I had this mysterious little piece leftover and even after I'd cut the (incorrect) gusset pieces from my lining fabric. It would be easy enough to label this as part of the optional gusset. (I ended up making my first diaper without the gussets since I didn't want to waste any more lining fabric.) 2.) I'm not sure if earlier versions of PUL had a very shiny plastic coating, but all of the PUL I have (solids, patterned, etc.), the plastic side is NOT shiny at all. It's very dull. This makes it really confusing to keep reading about the "shiny" side and the "dull" side of the PUL. Why not simply say the 'plastic" side vs. the "fabric" or "cloth" side? Or, to be consistent with standard sewing terminology, simply the "right" and "wrong" sides? Either of these would be more accurate and intuitive. 3.) Same goes for the lining fabric. Not everyone is going to use Alova (I used microfleece-- BOTH sides are soft). Why not just use the standard sewing reference to the "right" and "wrong" sides of the fabric? Again- confusing, perhaps especially for an experienced sewist who will be used to standard terminology. 4.) And finally, Step 16 (creating a casing for the elastic) would definitely benefit from a tip or trick or two! This was hands-down the most tricky step of the entire process but was explained far too briefly and with no advice on how to best keep the elastic close to the edge of the diaper which is not easy! So, overall, a good pattern (though my baby isn't here yet to try it on!) that could be great with just a few tweaks, particularly in the terminology used and a couple of explanations.