Babyville Boutique Celebrates 1 Year With a Giveaway!

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Article written by guest author Ellie Joos.

Babyville Boutique is 1 Year Old and to celebrate, we want to give one lucky reader of All About Cloth Diapers a special gift of products for sewing diapers and other baby items from these adorable fabrics and matching accessories!

We have been busy this past year and enjoyed seeing the many posts and pictures on our facebook page. Not only that, we have been developing new products that are now arriving in major fabric stores and independents nationwide.

Additionally, we are delighted that our original line of Babyville products will be available to more and more moms now in select Wal-Mart stores.

“Cowbaby” and “Robots” are brightly colored prints that will appeal to little cowboys and cowgirls alike. “Sassy Cheetah” and “Sassy Dots” are just right for the fashionable babies and their moms that love perky, cheerful animal motifs.

Babyville Boutique now has a Stay Dry Wicking Fabric sold by the yard, a perfect lining fabric to use with diapers and other projects that call for an athletic wicking fabric. Diaper wearing babies may not appreciate the charm of the new diaper pins, however their moms will smile at the cute animal heads on these pins.

Best of all, we now have three new patterns, the Ultimate Pocket Diaper, Simply Soakers, and Totally Trainers, designed by an accomplished diaper making mom, only available exclusively through Babyville Boutique.

Additionally, two new books, 51 Babyville Boutique Projects and 51 PUL Projects are packed with clever, fun and functional, projects that are quick and easy. From backpacks and rainhats, to doggie coats and storage containers, Babyville Boutique products can be used for so many more projects beyond diapers.

Be sure to enter below for your chance to win this great assortment of diaper making products, books, and accessories.

Babyville Boutique blog is FULL of valuable information!! Check out the tutorials they have! I’m very impressed.

If you’d like to learn more information about the launch of Babyville Boutique check out the post written last year called Cloth Diaper Kits Coming to JoAnns, Walmart and Hobby Lobby.

This venture has been such a blessing to the cloth diaper community.  More exposure to the ease of entering into the cloth diapering world is always a good thing.

I am beyond impressed with the success and growth Babyville Boutique has had in its first year.  Congratulations, Babyville Boutique, and Happy Birthday!
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About Autumn Beck

Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. Autumn enjoys writing but would choose camping with her family any day!

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251 Responses to “Babyville Boutique Celebrates 1 Year With a Giveaway!”

  1. Faith Says:

    Haven’t made one but know some great grammas who could whip ‘em
    up for me!

    Reply

  2. Tiffany Says:

    I’d love to win this kit. I’ve attempted my own diapers and have failed miserably. However, I’d love to someday get it right!

    Reply

  3. Rachel Roberts Says:

    I made a whole newborn stash and they turned out great. I was so disappointed when my little one grew out of them in 3 short weeks!

    Reply

  4. Krystal Says:

    I have not made a cloth diaper, but I have made my own wipes.

    Reply

  5. mary Says:

    I am in the middle of attempting to make a cloth diaper cover out of PUL. I have previously made some longies out of an old sweater and they turned out surprisingly well.

    Reply

  6. Stephanie Radbill Says:

    I haven’t made one yet but am totally willing to try.

    Reply

  7. Lori Says:

    I never have, but I really want to!

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  8. sharon b Says:

    i have never made my own cloth diaper. i wish i could sew that well

    Reply

  9. Arwen J. Says:

    I have never made a cloth diaper, but would love to learn!

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  10. Marion Ruybalid Says:

    I have been making lots of cloth diapers. I love it so much I may continue to make cloth diapers for others when I do not need them anymore. I enjoy the whole process for being creative to seeing a useful item when one is done. The first cloth diaper I ever used was made of an old pair of pajama pants and I even hand sewed it because I did not have a sewing machine.

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  11. katrina Says:

    I have not made one but my mother in law did and it looked pretty good!

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  12. Danielle Says:

    I have never made my own diaper but I have made my own wet bags.

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  13. Heather Says:

    I’ve always wanted to try sewing a diaper! I recently sta JoAnn’s sells diaper making kits!

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  14. Justine Says:

    I made a few of my own cloth diaper covers before my daughter was born from the babyville patterns actually. They turned out great! Except that my daughter turned out to be a big chunky baby so she didn’t get to wear them! I am very interested in making the trainers for her now and will definitely make some bigger covers for the next kiddo!

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  15. Rebekah Craycraft Says:

    I am CDing my first and I made 32 newborn diapers for her. They did the job, but I see lots of room for improvement. I’m ready to branch out to making different types of diapers and I am always looking for new info on materials, patterns, and sewing methods. I modified a DIY changing pad pattern to fit my needs….and I used Babyville fat quarters to do it!

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  16. Anne Perry Says:

    I have only made 1 wool long pants out of an old sweater. turned out okay, I dont have a sewing machine

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  17. Emily M Says:

    Looks like a great giveaway!

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  18. Samantha Says:

    I actually saw some of bb products on clearnce and picked me up a few rolls of hook and loop haven’t used it yet but I’m excited for when I do!!!

    Reply

  19. ashley Says:

    I am about to embark on this journey and I’m looking forward to being more healthy and green!

    Reply

  20. Lisa Says:

    I’ve never tried, but have always wanted to!

    Reply

  21. Amber Says:

    this is how i was introduced to the wrold of cloth diapering and i just love their stuff

    Reply

  22. Beth Rees Says:

    I haven’t tried to make my own yet, but I have been wanting to try

    Reply

  23. Tina Says:

    I also love their PUL and have made three side-snapping pocket diapers with them!

    Reply

  24. Rebekah Stull Says:

    I haven’t yet, but I have my materials ready whenever I’m ready.

    Reply

  25. Candace Says:

    Wooo! What an awesome giveaway! I have seen this stuff at my local fabric store, but have been too chicken to try it out. I’m a huge cloth fan though and looove the prints offered with Babyville. I’d love to be able to make some diaper pail liners, and I’m all about pocket diapers.

    Reply

  26. Heather Hale Says:

    I love babyville! Haven’t made any diapers yet, but I’ve made a lot of wet bags with their products as well as reusable sandwich bags. Great stuff!

    Reply

  27. Trisha W. Says:

    I have not made any. If I win I’d like to have someone sew them up and donate them. =)

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  28. Sandy Says:

    No, I haven’t yet but I just purchased a pattern and am planning to try soon!

    sandysaveseveryday AT gmail DOT com

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  29. Krista Says:

    I have not made any diapers yet but I have made a wet bag using BB PUL fabric.

    I have more PUL and the BB diaper book but am just trying get up enough courage to start. Lol.

    Reply

  30. Stephanie Says:

    I have not made any cloth diapers, but I have repaired a few commercial ones.

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  31. Martine Says:

    I have never made one, but have given some serious thought to trying.

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  32. Andrea K. Says:

    I do NOT have sewing skill! But my mom does :) She has made me a few fitteds and wetbags. Her wetbags are awesome.

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  33. Linda Says:

    This crafty mama would love this prize!

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  34. Rachael Says:

    I have sewn several cloth diapers using BabyvilleBoutique pattern and PUL. I’ve had trouble with a couple. But mostly they have turned out well. My son loves the ducky print. :)

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  35. Danae Says:

    Nice! I Love homemade things! It would be fun to try these too

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  36. Louisa Says:

    i have never made any but u have been doing alot of resurech and cant wait to try sew some:):)

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  37. Dorothy McClelland Says:

    I’ve never made any, but it’d be fun to try.

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  38. Jennie Says:

    I have been too scared to try to make my own diapers but I love all these cute accessories! Maybe I’ll have to give it a try for baby #2!

    Reply

  39. Betsy Wolfe Says:

    I have not tried, and didn’t know where to buy the cloth. Thanks!

    Reply

  40. Geri Fink Says:

    I wish I could, but I’m sewing illerate.

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  41. Courtney Says:

    I have not made a cloth diaper YET… But I have been looking into it! I just got a sewing machine and have been practicing on CHEAPER material! Cloth diaper material is kind of EXPENSIVE! I just got a tutorial for turning a flat into a fitted i am going to do that this weekend! I would absolutely LOVE to win this material! :)

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  42. Megan Vinson Says:

    I am new to cloth diapering, so I haven’t yet tried to make any.

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  43. Jenny Folsom Says:

    I’ve been making cloth diapers for a little over a year now. I was so excited when a friend of mine told me that Babyville came out with some awesome PUL fabric and accessories at my local Joann store. You have no idea just how much fun I had making some brand spanking new covers for my little boy. Now I’m working on making trainers for the early potty training that lays ahead. Thanks Babyville!!

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  44. Elizabeth Dickson Says:

    I have made a cloth diaper before and they turned out great. I still use the few I have left now with my third baby :D

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  45. abby Says:

    The only cloth diapers I own are ones I have made. I love them, some are with the monkey fabric from babyville too. their PUL is super easy to work with and in my experience holds up very well.

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  46. Kenda Wathen Says:

    The first not so well but the ones I have made since then are doing well.

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  47. Lindsay Myers Says:

    Not yet! I am 15 weeks prego and getting ready to take a stab at it as soon as we know the gender of our little one!

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  48. Ashley Says:

    Ive never made a cloth diaper, but I’ve asked for a sewing machine for Christmas just to start trying!

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  49. Kiri Jane Erb Says:

    I made a bb cloth diaper from the book patterns with an extra twist….and it was awesome!!! the FOE makes it super easy, and it was my first ever sewing machine experience…. now I’m hooked!!! thanks so much :)

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  50. Shannon Ropp Says:

    Yes I have made a few fitted diapers.

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  51. Morgan Says:

    I bought some Babyville PUL but haven’t worked up the nerve to actually see anything with it yet! My goal is to make 30+ newborn fitteds before March!

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    • Rebekah Craycraft Says:

      Hi there,
      I am a new mom and I hope you don’t mind if I share my experience with you. I had 32 newborn diapers either finished or almost there when my daughter arrived. She was 7lbs 11oz at birth and she was out of most of them in a month. At the end, I was cinching a cover around her waist trying to keep the diapers on so I could use them longer. If I had it to do over again, I would make 10-12 newborns and use the rest of the materials for adjustable mediums that last through multiple sizes. Good luck and have fun! It is a little scary at first but once you get going you’ll find it’s hard to stop.
      Rebekah

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  52. Carrie B Says:

    I have not made a diaper before, but would love to give it a shot! It would be so much more economical!

    Reply

  53. Mouse Says:

    I haven’t made an entire diaper, but I’ve used their hook and loop to repair many a worn out diaper. So far it’s better quality than the hook and loop that was originally on the diapers. I love it!

    Reply

  54. Marie Says:

    Not yet- just got my sewing machine! Would love to win to help the start-up process

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  55. Amanda Says:

    I’ve made 4 diaper covers of various sizes, starting with a class at JoAnn. Would love to make more and actually put snaps on instead of velcro.

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  56. Michelle B. Says:

    I have made three fitteds from prefolds, and one turned out really well. I would love to make some pockets or AIOs.

    Reply

    • Sam Says:

      I havemade cloth inserts from zorb 2 and they lasted a few months until LO became a more heavy wetter. Instead of doubling and make a thick diaper I just bought some prefolds from ozycozy.

      Reply

  57. Raquel Beaty Says:

    I have made several cloth diapers, the first couple turned out kind of wonky, and they don’t get any use, but the last dozen or so have turned out really well and I make use of them often! I love making diapers!!

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  58. Megan Says:

    I am so excited for the new prints!!!

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  59. Mandy Foster Says:

    I have used the BB PUL and snaps a lot and really like them. I am excited about their adding the athletic wicking fabric and about looking at the new publications. I am disappointed that after a year our Hobby Lobby opted not to carry anything but the PUL because the BB stuff wasn’t selling. I offered to teach classes to help sell the stuff, but they never picked up on it. And, they never put it on sale, so it takes a while to amass enough of the little stuff if you wanted to use one 40% off coupon each visit. I’ll have to run over to the nearest larger city to see if JoAnn’s has the new stuff! Not that I “need” any more diapers, lol!

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  60. Dana Says:

    I love to sew, and love cloth diapering. What a prize!!!

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  61. Meagan Droog Says:

    I haven’t tried to make a diaper yet. That’s next on my to do list!

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  62. Marie-Etta C Says:

    It wasn’t the best looking diaper, but it functioned!

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  63. Laura E. Says:

    I have the desire and some of the materials to start making my own diapers but just haven’t done it yet. I would love to soon! Thanks! :)

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  64. Mary Says:

    I don’t own a sewing machine and I have no real sewing skills at all, so I have definitely not attempted to make a cloth diaper. I am in awe of women that do though.

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  65. Mary Ann Says:

    I have, but it didn’t turn out quite like I’d hoped. :-p

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  66. Lacey Henry Says:

    I’ve never made one, but I do have the Babyville book with patterns!!

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  67. Ree Kline Says:

    When my daughter and son-in-law decided to use cloth on their soon to be newborn, I was thrilled. I used cloth on all my children and I will be the caregiver. Not only was I thrilled, but I’d found the material and pattern books at babyville, and immediately started to make some newborn diapers for my soon to be grandchild. The parents were ecstatic! I’ve made several versions of their diapers, so my kids can decide which they like the best. Once the baby is born and we know the gender, I’ll be able to purchase materials gender specific and really go to town. I can’t wait. One month from today is the due date!

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  68. Laura Says:

    I have not made any cloth diapers yet. I just started cloth diapering a couple weeks ago. This is all new to me, but would love to try to make some diapers to build up my stash as I am getting tired of laundering daily. I love to see what I can make as well. This kit looks fun and I would love to try it!

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  69. Felicia R Says:

    I have not tried yet but would love to. I have a sewing machine, I just need some time and the materials (and a little direction)!

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  70. HollyC Says:

    The diapers I’ve made with PUL have not turned out that great, but I’ve done some terry and flannel ones with babyville snaps and I think they are looking pretty good. Now, I just need that baby to try them out on!

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  71. Cara D Says:

    I would love to try to make a diaper.

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  72. melissa Says:

    I’ve been using BB PUL to make wet bags and such, but it was still quite pricey unless I had a coupon (I always shop at JoAnns). Hopefully the expansion will decrease the price, and maybe add some higher quality snaps to their product line! I have made all but three of the diapers in my daughters’ stash, and prefer shopping in person as opposed to ordering online-thank you BB.

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  73. Patricia B. Says:

    I taught myself to sew by making diapers! I developed my own pattern, so it took until about the 3rd diaper before I had a good fit for my (then) 7 months old. I made them out of old burp cloths and receiving blankets. They worked great for months before he was just wetting to heavily.

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  74. katie Says:

    haven’t made any yet, but i’m hoping to once my little one arrives!

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  75. Ashley Says:

    I haven’t made any diapers yet, but I’ve saved tons of money making my own pail liners and wet bags from babyville pul!!

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  76. Christi Says:

    I’ve never heard of this…so cool and cute! :)

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  77. Destiny Waldo Says:

    I have made a couple diapers, but they needed covers. One turned out pretty good I used an old t-shirt and a prefold. I’d love to have some PUL to use!

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  78. Nicola Says:

    We’ll, I’ve certainly bought enough diapers, I might as well start making them =) Thanks for the giveaway!

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  79. Dana Says:

    So far just one cover made but I want to try a hybrid or aio soon!

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  80. Jen B Says:

    I haven’t attempted to make one yet

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  81. Michelle Says:

    I have made a couple. It’s hard to find the time ????

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  82. Alissa Says:

    I have been wanting to try these for a while, but have been putting it off. I would love to win the giveaway, and finally start making some diapers!

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  83. Shannon Says:

    Yes, I love making them! It can become addictive : )

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  84. Dina Says:

    My mom has made me a few and some insert for my pocket diapers I would love to do it on my own!

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  85. Rachael Says:

    I’ve made about half of our diapers. its pretty easy. My friend and I were quite excited when Babyville came out and we could find snaps and PUL with the laminate on the correct side (for diapers), but the prices were more than we could afford. Maybe as Babyville becomes more mainstream that can change.

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  86. Claiborne Says:

    Never have but I’d love to try!

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  87. Maggie Says:

    Would love to try my hand at making diapers!

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  88. Sam Herrmann Says:

    I attempted to make a fitted. It turned out looking great. However, because it wasn’t waterproof, and it didn’t have enough layers, it leaked within an hour of wearing it. Plus I had to use velcro, which I hated! Hoping to try again but this time with waterproof material and some snaps instead of velcro.

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  89. Ruth V. Says:

    This is a timely post for me – I was just logging on to start looking for a pattern to try my hand at making cloth diapers!

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  90. Pat Hodges Says:

    I would love to win this, We use cloth, but have trouble with leaks.

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  91. Tosia Drew Says:

    I have not yet but I have requested gift cards for JoAnn’s fabrics for X-mas so I can buy supplies and start trying to make them!!!

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  92. Cathy L. Says:

    I have made some fitted cloth diapers and they work well. I would love to make some covers or pockets. Or even be able to add some snaps to the fitteds I’ve already made.

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  93. Kathy Langston Says:

    I would love to win this! I love to sew and our soon to be born grandson could sure use these!

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  94. April Cottle Says:

    I just love your products they are so bright and beautiful!

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  95. Kristen Says:

    Babyville prints are so cute! I love that they made it so easy for everyone to try to make their own diapers. Thanks!

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  96. Nicole Says:

    I make a lot of cloth diapers and I love them! All made with BabyVille! :-D

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  97. Lauren Says:

    I made one…but my son hates it!!!

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  98. Jennifer Says:

    I’ve made a few now and they are getting better with every one :)

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  99. Jessica Lingle Says:

    I have never made any cloth diapers, but I would love to learn.

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  100. Kathy Says:

    Love their PUL! I make my own wetbags from their products! Easy quick and inexpensive.

    Reply

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