Thank you, that does make sense (if I can make it work is another thing entirely, lol). I have two parts and pockets but seem to use my birth-to-potty pockets the most at the moment so it would make sense I make them.
making btp ones is harder! Its hard to get hold of poppers ect over here! so making velcro is easier and cheaper. dont use the stick on velcro as it falls off while washing!! Also when you try to stich the sticky one it glues up the needle on machine... not fun!!
I like Velcro tops anyway and the birth-to-potty ones seem to confuse my husband (I don't know why!?!) so a size Velcro top seems like a good starting point. Plus, I dread to think how much harder it would be to attach the poppers right rather than Velcro. It is funny, I know what I make will look a total mess and probably not keep things in but I am excited to get started.
Well they look great, you inspired me to give it a go. You are going to get sick of my questions, lol. So I am thinking of doing the 3 layers like you said (fabric, waterproof and fleece) but would this pattern be a good guide to follow?
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