Diaper Changing Pad


Diaper Changing Pad


Diaper Changing Pad
Diaper Changing Pad

"I really wanted a quick, easy DIY project during my last pregnancy. When I stumbled across laminated cottons, in all their adorable glory, I knew they were for me. They don’t ravel, so you can cut and sew and be done with it – no turning, no pinking shears, no fancy hems. And they repel moisture, so you can get them wet/dirty and they clean up easy with just a damp cleaning cloth. This changing pad was especially easy using a felt backing and a quick zig-zag stitch."

Project TypeMake a Project

Time to CompleteUnder an hour

Sewn byEither Hand or Machine


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What a great idea! It can be such a struggle trying to find a clean place to change the baby when you're out and about. This pattern looks easy, and laminated cotton would be the perfect material!

How easy peasy is this pattern design? I have worked with similar projects and this is so practical and so easy to create! You can whip up several in short order for yourself or as a great gift! The owl pattern is similar to one I have worked with and is quite trendy! Great for any baby, and using this type of fun fabric you can make these way ahead of time without worry of decor or color. Great size for on the go which is so practical when traveling with a little baby! Thanks for sharing!


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