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    Jun 1, 2011, 08.09 AMby loulourosa

    I allready downloaded the pattern, it looks so easy! For my daughter we used washable nappies too, so how could I have forgotten about them,…. I think I will use, pressbuttons instead of velcro, as I don’t like velcro, it allways sticks on everything, and I don’t like the sound of it!

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      Jun 1, 2011, 12.12 PMby rogue-cellist

      Please post pictures when you have made them! I find they are very quick to sew and quite a lot of fun.
      I don’t like ordinary velcro either- only the HTH Hook and Loop 2000 because it is soft and smooth to the touch and doesn’t snag things but I wouldn’t buy it especially for this. I only used it on these ones because the child I was making them for is very young and I had some left over from another project.
      Enjoy! :-)

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    Jun 1, 2011, 08.01 AMby loulourosa

    Thank you for sharing the information for the nappies! My daughter will be so happy with her dollnapies, I think this will be a gift from St. Nicolas,…