Diaper Sewing: Recycled wool wrap

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Monday, February 29, 2016 | 0 comments
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Image: Disana 100% Boiled Merino Wool Diaper/Cover Made in Germany
Delirose asked: Is there a free pattern for making a recycled wool wrap?

I would love to make a few of these for the new baby and would prefer a ready made pattern/directions instead of having to figure it out all on my own.

Any links to suggest?

Amberlina: Try the The Sewing Dork pattern. She tells you how to do different steps, so you can take what you need from it, and it is really easy to understand.

Wheezy: There's a free Upcycled Wool Wrap. It will work well with recycled wool sweaters.

Mamatomax: Here ya go: HOW TO SEW A WOOL WRAP

Thanks to DeliRose for this Frugal Baby Tip!

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