DIY Cloth Diapers with Babyville Boutique

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Babyville Boutique.  All opinions expressed are my own.


Are you the crafty type that loves to peruse craft stores?
Do you like to sew?
Have you ever tried your hand at making your own cloth diapers or accessories?


If you answered “Yes!” to any of those, you have probably heard of Babyville Boutique.  But just in case you haven’t, here’s a little background on the company!

Babyville Boutique is about sewing and crafting for your family, friends and pets. Babyville was “born” when a new generation of parents embraced an emerging lifestyle trend of wanting healthier and environmental friendly products for their baby.  As more families became conscience of this lifestyle choice, many creative moms began sewing cloth diapers for their babies and toddlers for both social and economic reasons. As a leader in the creative industry, we recognized the need to develop a product line that allowed these modern sewists to easily find and successfully use the products they needed.


After cloth diapering for a couple of years AND finally teaching myself to sew a bit, I decided it was time to try to make my own cloth diapers and accessories.  Unfortunately, I didn’t find the fabulous cloth diaper tutorials on Babyville Boutique until recently, so I never successfully made my own cloth diapers, but I did manage to create a fabulous project with Babyville Boutique PUL… DIY Waterproof Cloth Trainers!

DIY Cloth Training PantsBut don’t think that adorable printed and solid colors of PUL is all that Babyville Boutique has to offer the modern seamstress – oh no!  Take a look at the wide variety of products that now, including: Snaps, Ribbon, Elastic, Patterns, and Instructional Booklets and much more!

You can find Babyville Boutique products at your major craft retailers like Joann, Hancock Fabrics, and even on!  Be sure to connect with Babyville Boutique through social media as well – you’ll stay in the know about new products, giveaways, projects and tutorials by following them on Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest!

I can’t think of a better way to celebrate the upcoming Earth Day Holiday than with Babyville Boutique!

One lucky SEBG winner is going to win a fabulous Babyville Boutique Prize Package worth $75!

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This assortment include several of Babyville Boutique’s instructional books, including Cloth Diapers Made Easy which has a pull -out pattern for diapers sized newborn to large. Also included is a package of our PUL fabrics in really cute prints, Stay Dri Wicking Fabric which is a perfect lining fabric to wick moisture away from baby’s bottom, and coordinating appliques, ribbons, EZ Adjust Tape and new Size Tags. We will also include our 12 Month Iron-On’s which mom can use to journal the baby’s first year.  The winner will choose Girl, Boy, or Gender Neutral themed items.


  1. I like the books! I think I'd be able to make a few diapers in no time with printed instructions! I also like that they sell almost everything you need to make a diaper (minus insert material from what I can tell)! Wish list/Company product suggestion: I'd love to be able to buy a book on pockets or AIOs and inserts as well as the stay dry fabric, pul, some absorbent fabric for inserts(bamboo for example), elastics, snaps and snap tool or aplix and the appropriate thread enough to make 3 diapers all in one shot! Then I could easily get one for me and get a friend to get one to do simultaneously as a sewing project! Woot woot!
  2. I've never used these products before, but I'm super intrigued and would love to try. For starters, I like the Sassy Cheetah and Sassy Dots PUL fabric pack.
  3. I LOVE the Spring Scrappy Diaper Tutorial, huge plans for the scraps I'll have after making the single fabric diapers
  4. I love all of the super cute patterns of PUL. There is a nice selection of gender neutral patterns and i like buying them in packages of 3 diaper cuts.
  5. I love the bolted PUL in the Little Pirates print and the Robots print. I like that I am able to get this here in my local JoAnns.
  6. I love the books, there are soooo many things you can make with Babyville products! I came for the diapers but I'm addicted to the whole lot!! Thank you Babyville and Im hope you're around for a long, long time!
  7. I love the books, there are soooo many things you can make with Babyville products! I came for the diapers but I'm addicted to the whole lot!! Thank you Babyville and I hope you're around for a long, long time!
  8. We love BabyVille patterns! Especially, the diaper insert patterns. They are so easy! We have a few of the patterns and most of them are very easy to do.
  9. I'd love to attempt to make my own designer diapers... With my mom's expert help of course. She's helped me with other projects like tie-up high chairs.
  10. I love so many things it is hard to choose! I would love to make diapers and trainers. The raincoat really caught my eye- so cute!! I will have to try to make those for my kiddos. :)
  11. The majority of my daughter's fluff stash are GiGi Couture diapers made by me using Babyville Supplies. I loved the little birdies raincoat so much I made one for my three year old granddaughter.
  12. Love Babyville products! Just made my first cloth diaper - adjustable, all-in-one for my friend who is expecting. The Babyville products are so easy to use.
  13. I love the babyville pul! It sews so easily and doesn't stick to my machine. It's such nice quality and I've never had a leak. Holds up well to washing repeatedly. Super cute prints too.
  14. I love the Babyville Little Birds and Chevron assorted PUL packaged fabric! And Little Pirate and Skulls assorted PUL packaged fabric. Love that they can be purchased locally, and it is all coordinating (PUL, snaps, emblems, ribbon, etc).
  15. It would be so fun to learn how to make cloth diapers! I make CSP and I have always wanted to try making diapers!:)

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