Diaper Sewing: More Free Wool Soaker Patterns

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Saturday, June 03, 2017 | 0 comments
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Image: Curly Purly pattern by CurlyPurly.comIn the old days, when there were no disposable diapers, moms used wool diaper covers, which were warm, soft and gentle on the baby’s skin. The wool diaper cover was worn over a cloth diaper to keep the baby’s clothes dry.

The concept of wool diaper covers is old and well-known in various cultures all over the world. Wool diaper covers are still a perfectly feasible option in this day and age!

Shelley wrote: Here is a free one, it's pretty easy and quick knit up. Wool Diaper Cover

Olga wrote: I like the Curly Purly pattern: This soaker pattern has a lot of stretch and is designed to fit snugly, keeping it nice and trim under clothing.
Curly Purly pattern

Also you can join a Wool Soaker Yahoo group and ask any soaker related questions. There are many experienced knitters. This talkative group loves to discuss wool soakers for use as diaper covers in all forms; knit, crochet, fabric, recycling other materials, etc... Wool is a wonderful, natural option compared to other synthetic fibers.

Thanks to Shelly and Olga for these Frugal Baby Tips!


More free wool soaker patterns:
 • Katrina's Sew Quick Soaker Pattern
 • Knitting Soakers
 • Easiest Crochet Wool Soaker Pattern
 • Soaker pattern by Patti
 • DIY Wool Diaper Soakers
 • Newborn Wool Soaker Pattern
 • Free Tiny Birds Soaker Pattern
 • Archives for Soaker Patterns







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