Saturday, July 23, 2011

Pretty Pure Infiniti Diaper Pattern

Okay, so some mamas at diaper divas were talking about a pattern that they couldn't find anymore. I was intrigued! Thankfully after some investigating another mama found some info and contacted the pattern's designer. One email later, and a little paypal and I had the pdf in my inbox!! Love the internet!

Really cool pattern! It consists of just one layer of pul and then 2 layers of a wicking material, I used suedecloth. You sew in your soaker between the layers of suedecloth, I used 2 layers of bamboo fleece and 4 or 5 of cotton terry cloth. The foe binds the entire diaper and on the inside acts as a gusset for the inner layer. The pattern calls for a snap on the front of the soaker, but I decided to sew mine in. I love the concept and think I will be making more of these soon!

The embroidery is from urban threads and it stitched out beautifully. I can't wait to start another diaper, but for now I must be a chef and cook some dinner for the kids. I can't believe they want to eat again!

Happy sewing!!








  1. Hello, I am a Spanish mom who teaches (in Spanish) moms how to sew diapers themselves. Can I use your PPI diaper pictures in my educational, non-profit blog? I would like to have them in this post about PPdiapers:
    If you prefer me not to use it, please email me at jaritasm(at) , thanks in advance.


  2. Hi Jara!

    I am thrilled that you can use my post to spread the word about cloth! Thanks for checking!


  3. Hi there,
    How can I get in touch with you - this pattern looks amazing, but I can't find it anywhere! Please let me know and I greatly appreciate your help!

  4. I received this message from the pattern maker when I asked the same question on DSD board:

    Hi, I saw your post looking for my pattern. It's for sale for $10 through paypal. My PP addy is I will send you the PDF upon receipt of payment. The pattern comes with step by step instructions with pics.

    Good Luck and enjoy!

  5. Is there a free space between the soaker and the PUL or is it all attached all the way around?

    1. Sorry I didn't see this! Yes the soaker is only sew into the edges at the back and then you can snap it on and off in the front. I didn't put a snap on this one and I should have. Further up on my blog you can see a babyville one that I did using the snap on the inside! Great for swishing!!