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Instructions for Serging (Instructions for stitching and turning further down on page.)

1.  Cut out the Diaper Body and Gusset pieces and elastic according to the pattern instructions.  Do not cut out an inner soaker.  Transfer gusset placement dots.

2.  On the Diaper Body piece that will be on the inside of the diaper next to your baby's skin, cut 1/2" straight off across the back.  I've used contrasting fabric for clarity.
3.  Serge the raw straight edge.
4.  Assemble the Gussets and elastic according to the pattern instructions.

5.  Place the Diaper Body pieces wrong sides together and follow the instructions in the pattern for serging and adding the gussets. 
6.  The inner soaker pad can be a flat piece of fabric folded into appropriate thickness.  The pattern instructions have measurements for this, just finish the raw edges.  Or, you can make a layered soaker.  The more layers, the longer it will take to dry.  I prefer a long two layer soaker folded in half. 

7.  Slip the soaker into the diaper and it's ready to go on your baby.

 

Instructions for Stitching and Turning

1.  Add 1/4" seam allowance all around the Diaper Body pieces as indicated in the pattern instructions.  Add another 1/4" to the back edge for a total of 1/2" allowance.  Cut pieces out according to the pattern instructions.

2.  On the back edge of both Diaper Body pieces, fold 1/4" down twice and hem.
3.  Continue assembling the diaper as per the instructions, but leave the back completely open.

4.  The inner soaker pad can be a flat piece of fabric folded into appropriate thickness.  The pattern instructions have measurements for this, just finish the raw edges.  Or, you can make a layered soaker.  The more layers, the longer it will take to dry.  I prefer a long two layer soaker folded in half.
 5.  Slip the soaker into the diaper and it's ready to go on your baby.

 

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