My first batch of homemade diapers were using the Babyville Pattern. Although we still have some in rotation, I wasn’t 100% happy with them after learning more about the fabric choices that are out there for diapers and what works best for our toddler. First, those called for a flannel inner and considering that they were pocket style, the flannel became pilly after washing and isn’t as soft as I’d like it to be right up against baby’s skin. I’ve also moved away from PUL since I look for something with a little more breathability to keep rashes at bay. I’ve made other diapers since then and learned along the way what I did and didn’t like.
As easy as cloth diapering is, it’s even easier to custom make your own stash and fill it with prints and fabrics that you not only love, but that will work well for your baby.
Make your Own Cloth Diapers:
Layer outer print fabric right side up on top of fleece.