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  1. Custom order from a life-long friend who lives in Arkansas and has always been a Razorbacks fan! I couldn't find a pattern for the hat, so I did my own thing, and I think it turned out super duper cute! I have to say, I'm a HUGE Hogs fan too! Here's the hat + the Front of the diaper cover, which isn't anything too spectacular.. Just has buttons on it. But here's my favorite part!! The curly tail that pigs have! So cute!!
  2. A client asked me to create a poncho and diaper cover with the child's name on the backside.
  3. 100% Wool Diaper cover/soaker for cloth diapers. With a heart on the back. Made with leftover wool from this pair of wool pants(made for a trade with a lady who lives in Sweden).
  4. My cousin asked me to make some cute baby outfits for photo sessions. This is the first outfit. And my very first diaper cover. The secret of the hat is that it fits different sizes of baby heads - I started with rounds and then made it in rows, added the buttons so you can change the size. It wouldn't work with a regular baby hat, but it does for photo sessions!
  5. Free pattern available on bobblesandbaubles.com Matching baby bear hat can be found by clicking on the free patterns tab
  6. I am interested in making some covers for cloth diapers, but I've no idea where to start. There are patterns for covers and soakers - are these the same thing? Some seem to be functional for cloth diapers and some decorative, perhaps for covering disposable diapers - how do I tell the difference for sure? I understand that wool is a great fiber to use for these, but can you use any others? A wool allergy runs in my family, and while I didn't get it and don't mind making some covers out of wool, I don't want to risk my baby being allergic or not being able to be held/changed by certain family members because I have all wool covers. I know that the time to make a project can vary greatly, but does anyone have a rough estimate of how long it would take to make a single cover?
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