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Thread: Looking for Diaper Bag pattern

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    expecting the first! looking for diaper bag pattern, also crib set patterns....

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    I bought a pattern for a diaperbag at WalMart in Winnsboro today. Very reasonably prices.

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    Super Member Quiltforme's Avatar
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    Congrats!!! I found my crib set pattern by Mccalls at joanns. It was pretty easy to make!!

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    Super Member mom-6's Avatar
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    I've seen crib set patterns in McCalls and Simplicity pattern books in years past. Would think they would still have them.

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    I know many have used the bow tucks purse pattern for a diaper bag!

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    How's this?

    http://www.make-baby-stuff.com/diaper-bag-pattern.html

    My suggestion is to just make a bag that works for you. It doesn't have to be an official "diaper bag." I used a pattern similar to that in the link for a bag, and added lots of pockets to make it functional for my diaper bag.

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    Check out a site called DIY Bags. There are lots of styles there to choose from and as someone mentioned any style of bag can become a diaper bag as long as it works for you.

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    thanks everyone, and thanks for the link and DIY site... I am so excited!

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    congrats! its not a crib set, but making crib sheets is a breeze. takes 2 yards of fabric, cut 8" squares from the four corners. make a seam on the newly cut edges, elastic stretched at each corner and there you go, a crib sheet.

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    Congrats! I found this one on the Moda webpage and thought it was cute
    http://www.modabakeshop.com/2010/09/...iaper-bag.html

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