Knit/Crochet/Sew Soaker patterns

Catherine McDiarmid-Watt | Sunday, December 27, 2015 | 0 comments
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Image: knit/crochet patterns for diaper soakerI found some of these links on several Moms' forums.
A soaker is a diaper cover that pulls on.
All free patterns, for knitting, crochet and sewing...


 • Sew a Wool Diaper Cover

 • Free soaker pattern

 • Katrina’s Wool Diaper Cover Soaker Sewing Pattern

 • How to Sew an Upcycled Wool Sweater Diaper Cover

 • DIY Wool Diaper Soakers

Free Cloth Diaper Patterns - Over 60 designs!


 • Down Under Diaper Cover Pattern

 • Free Tiny Birds Soaker Pattern

 • Baby Bloomers

 • The Curly Purly Soaker Pattern

 • Gabey Baby Diaper Cover

 • Newborn Soaker on Flat needles

 • Wool Diaper Cover

 • My soaker pattern

 • Soaker Pattern

 • Li’l Aries Longies

 • Aubrey DoodlePants Knitting Pattern

 • Longies pattern

 • Arfy’s Freebie Longies/Shorties Pattern


 • Wooly Britches

 • Spring Baby Crochet Outfit - has a soaker included.

 • Crochet Wrap pattern

 • Mammy Made Crochet Longies

 • Dandelion Daydreamers

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