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Buttons Cloth Diaper Cover - One Size (Kaleidoscope)

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Double Button Diaper Cover | Craftsy

I was sent a Buttons Diaper cover along with two inserts to check out. Buttons Diapers are a two-in-one diaper system that feature a wipe-able waterproof PUL covers and snap-in inserts.

The Double Button Adjustable Diaper Cover set is the perfect photography prop for every season and occasion! What newborn/baby/toddler wouldn't look extra adorable in diaper cover that matches their hat / tie / ensemble? Perfect for everyday wear, as a gift or as a photography prop. Quick and easy to make - who coud resist such a cute, irresistible diaper cover?This pattern is suitable for an experienced beginner and includes very clear & concise instructions to make an adjustable diaper cover. (Many photos are included)The diaper cover pattern includes the following sizes:Newborn to 2 Months, 2 to 6 Months, 6 to 12 Months, 12 to 24 MonthsBASIC SKILLS NECESSARYKnowledge of basic stitches (slst, sc, hdc, dc, etc.)SIZING / FINISHED MEASUREMENTSNewborn to 2 Months, 2 to 6 Months, 6 to 12 Months, 12 to 24 Months

Ravelry: Double Button Diaper Cover pattern by Ruth McColm

  • Lizzie on January 14, 2015 at 1:29 pm

    In the picture with the Buttons diaper cover on your 7 lb. Ingrid, is she wearing a pinned prefold underneath? I’m trying to keep our options open and our expenses down once we’re experiencing a newborn and diapers for the first time. Since newborn diapers are supposed to be pretty messy, I was thinking of 10 covers + 12 newborn prefolds + 12 small buttons inserts to start .. that way we can see what works best, and maybe tri-fold the prefolds down the line? What do you think? Thanks for any suggestions. (There aren’t many reviews about mixing prefolds with Buttons covers out there yet.)

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    • Anne on January 14, 2015 at 3:34 pm

      Hi Lizzie! In most of these photos my newborns are wearing either a trifolded Geffen prefold (the newborn size) or a pad folded flat. I never use pins/fasteners at all, except with the newborn snapless fitteds. Newborn poo does tend to be messy/runny, but the Buttons gussets do a great job of holding everything in. You’ve given me a great idea, though! I will do a post soon about using Buttons covers with other things besides their inserts. ~Anne

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  • Button Strap Diaper Cover Crochet Pattern on Luulla

    Win it: One lucky reader will win a Buttons Cloth Diaper cover and 2 daytime inserts. Winner chooses color and size of inserts. Open to US and Canada. Ends at 11:59 pm EST on March 13, 2014.

    One must-have feature for me that Buttons Diapers offers is a double leg gusset. Combined with the snap-in insert, the double leg gussets ensure that yucky messes and wetness remain inside the diaper. I never have to worry about poops leaking out of the leg holes of my Buttons Diapers because of the double leg gussets. Most of the covers that I own have double leg gussets, so my new Buttons Diapers covers fit right into my stash.