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Changing pad cover diy

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I finally sewed up the fabric I had on Sam’s changing pad into a real cover instead of just wrapping the pad with the fabric and calling it good! It was really easy and you could make one too! DIRECTIONS: Wash, iron and cut your fabric. I usually hate washing fabric beforehand, so I won’t tell anyone if you decide to skip that step! You need a piece of fabric about 48” x 32” to fit a standard sized pad (32″L X 16″W X 3-4″H). Fold it in half lengthwise and then widthwise and then cut out an…

Simple changing pad cover tutorial. Great way to customize baby's nursery with this easy to follow changing pad tutorial. Great sewing tutorial!

Sew your own changing pad cover with these simple step by step instructions. These covers fit most standard changing pads. Easy to modify if necessary.

Crafty Fridays: How to make a Changing Pad Cover

Oh the changing pad. Where all of life's little stinky problems get dealt with. It may not seem like an item to waste time focusing on, b...

DIY Changing Pad Cover Tutorial - Happy Mama Tales

Make your own custom DIY Diaper Changing Pad Cover with this easy tutorial! Free Changing Pad Cover pattern with lots of pictures to help you make your own!


When I was decorating Clark’s nursery, I couldn’t find the right orange changing pad cover and curtains. I knew I probably wouldn’t be able to find what I was looking for in the …

DIY Changing Pad Cover

it seems as if i have very little time these days. most likely because this cutie is keeping me occupied. she loves to be held, and i love to hold ...

DIY changing pad and diaper clutch for BOYS - see kate sew

Written by Michael Ann of Michael Ann Made. Hello friends, it's Michael Ann again! Do you have a little person in your life that likes to poop in the most inconvenient of circumstances? Then you

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I love my new cover but can I just complain about one thing really fast? In some spots my minky fabric looks like it's worn out and it's brand new! I noticed this as soon as I cut out my pattern and was getting ready to sew. UGH. I contemplated going back to Joann's with it but even if they would have given me new stuff I didn't want to wait for it. Plus I had already washed and cut it. And that dang minky dot fabric is expensive even with my coupon! ANYWAY now that I got that off my chest…