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    Default Diy aio?

    Hi i am wondering if any of you ladies have made your own all in ones and if so where did you get your patterns from?
    Thanks heaps for any answers.


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    Try googling nappies covered. They have free patterns

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    I drafted my own

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    oh snuggly bean i wish i knew how!! i can't even sew its my MIL that will be sewing them if i get the pattern for exactly what i want!

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    I have a pattern at my mum's if you would like to use it.. (I haven't tried yet, and not sure if/when I will get round to it). It is a honeyboy pattern and will at least give you an idea..

    IF you want it, mum is coming down at the end of the week.

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    You can buy the patterns too. Try googling honey boy diapers, or very baby diapers. They are good AIO patterns. You get them from the states, but the come very quickly. I have a very baby cover pattern and it is great. And the Honey Boy is very popular too.

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    Thank you for your generous offer heather- but i read that honeyboy was tricky and as i will be attempting some along with my MIL i want an easy pattern! that was very nice of you tho thank you heaps!!

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    The honeyboy isn't tricky but it is a bit fiddly. You can got it from Aus site called theweewuns

    I've had a go at the wee waka pattern (google it) and it's a grea one to get started and easy to adjust to fit bubs.

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