Friday, May 7, 2010

Make your own Stay Dry Liners

By Cloth Diaper Mama from Malaysia - Yup, me....

A cloth diapering friend suggested that I make my own liners. Why didn’t I think of that?

So I did, and so can you.

First, purchase a light-weight fleece. Then, cut it into strips about 11-12 inches long and 4-5 inches wide. Since fleece doesn’t fray on the edges when washed, you don’t have to finish the edges. Now granted, my store-bought stay dry liners look much nicer, they are serged on the edges and exactly the same size, but my homemade stay-dry liners function the same.
I purchased 1/4 yard (suku ela... err betul ke?)of fleece when it was on sale. I was able to cut about 20 liners – enough to cover my stash and wash every 2-3 days. I spent less than RM 15. This is a great, economical way to keep baby dry – DIY!

Ok, i just put this photo because i think it;s cute. ;-)

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