A book on how to sew cloth diapers.
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Did you know that you can save money without sacrificing convenience or your valuable time when you use reusable cloth products such as cloth diapers, wet bags, and more? They’re comfortable, fun, and easy alternatives to disposable products and they are eco-friendly.The book, “How to Sew, Use, and Clean Cloth Diapers: With Tutorials for Cloth Wipes, Unpaper Towels, and More” is a great purchase if you’re considering cloth. While the book is still useful if you don’t plan to sew the products, it is an excellent resource if you want to save money by sewing cloth diapers.
What you get:
- An informative guide to reusable cloth products such as cloth diapers, unpaper towels, and more.
- Simple instructions to use, launder, and sew cloth products. This book is intended to be thorough, but easy to understand.
- Products mentioned include:
- Cloth Diapers and Wipes
- Family Cloth
- Nursing Pads
- Unpaper Towels and Napkins
- Mama Cloth
- Wet Bags
- Refrigerator Liners
- Reusable Snack Bags
- Fabric Gift Bags
Testimonials from the 1st Edition
*The first edition was published under the title, The Complete Guide to Using, Laundering, and Sewing Reusable Cloth
About How to Sew, Use, and Clean Cloth Diapers
How to Sew Cloth Diapers: Table of Contents
About the Author of How to Sew Cloth Diapers
Danielle Pientka decided to cloth diaper her first son in 2011 and this was a motivating factor in her decision to learn to sew. She struggled through her first few cloth diaper attempts, but practiced her skills over the course of six years as she made diapers for all three of her children.
As she came to end the of her cloth diapering journey with her first two sons, she realized that other parents- like her- might be wondering “What’s next?” and want to do more to live sustainably.
She published the first edition of the book, The Complete Guide to Using, Laundering, and Sewing Reusable Cloth, in early 2016 when she noticed that the current market focus was solely on cloth diapers and a lot of the information doesn’t extend to other products.
In 2017, she released a second edition of the book, retitled “How to Sew, Use and Clean Cloth Diapers,” which included more information on cloth diaper sewing, as well as all of the original information about making cloth wipes, wet bags, unpaper towels, and more.
Danielle lives in Maryland with her family. She loves creative solutions to every day problems, saving money, and learning new things.
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