INSTANT DOWNLOAD PDF SEWING PATTERNS: Both Nappy Belt and Drop Flap Cover together
This do it yourself sew at home template and tutorial will teach you how to sew your own nappy belt and waterproof drop flap cover to help you potty your baby quickly and easily.
What you get:
Print at home template x 2 (belt and cover)
Print at home full tutorials x 2 (belt and cover) including step by step images and instructions.
Instant PDF download straight to your Etsy inbox.
Can be printed on US or UK A4 paper with measurements in cm as well as inches.
Very easy to sew – takes less than an hour for both components even a beginner sewer.
How does it work?
This complete nappy system is highly versatile for pottying. Use just the belt with a tucked in cloth for observation time and frequently pottying. Add in the waterproof cover when you need extra protection. Potty your baby without removing the nappy by untucking the cover or cloth at the back. When using the cover, put a cloth nappy pad inside the soaker as back up in case of misses.
The cover: Regular cloth nappy inserts fit inside this cover, or fold up a cloth to use as soaker layer. The extra layer inside the wrap provides additional protection against leaks. One size fits from 6 months up to around 3 years.
Unlike other nappy belts, Little Bunny Bear’s design opens up as well as adjusts to fit your baby. This makes putting on and off easy. The Velcro feature allows you adjust the belt to your babys waist and also allows you to remove the belt easily. One size fits from newborn to around 3 years – Size to fit waists 30-50 cm (12-20 inches)
What you can use to make it:
You can make the wrap using wool, fleece, an up cycled sweater, PUL or other waterproof fabrics. Wool is recommended because it can be lanolised and does not need to be washed between wettings. The belt can be made from cotton, fleece or wool.
The system can be worn with open crotch baby tights, leg warmers, long socks or split crotch trousers. See my other listings:
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