Postpartum Cloth Pad Pattern

by Amanda Hearn · 6 comments

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I finally did it! I have offered up free cloth pad patterns (day/liner & night/heavy) here on the blog for some time but one common request was for a postpartum pattern. I have been drafting a pattern and I have finally I landed on a one I like! Instead of just tossing it out there to the wind I decided to revise the original patterns a bit to improve them and to provide you all with better directions, tips and more.

This new PDF pattern pack includes 2 revised patterns and an all new postapartum pattern for just $5! The original patterns will remain free here on the blog for those who cannot afford to buy the pack, but do know that they are not identical!

Click the image to the right for more information page about the new Cloth Pad Pattern Pack!

If you are interested in selling pads made from this pattern (or the free version) please email me, as it is available to purchase a license for such use!

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tina August 16, 2012 at 11:12 am

This pattern is AMAZING. If you’re thinking about trying cloth pads, TRY THIS!! It’s so easy to make your own, and I bet you have most of what you need fabric wise! You can make them with nothing more than some snaps, flannel, and fleece! I even used some old pajamas to make some out of. I can’t wait to try out the new and improved pattern as I’ve lost several pads in my linen closet.. it’s like a black hole in there! And $5 for 3 patterns? THAT IS A STEAL MY FRIENDS!! What are you waiting for! Bust out those sewing machines and make some cloth pads. You’ll never go back to wearing that crap you get on aisle 8 at Target.

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Amanda August 16, 2012 at 11:58 am

Aww! I am so happy to hear that you love the patterns. Thank you so much for sharing. I just love hearing what others think of the patterns :)

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Alix November 3, 2012 at 12:13 am

I was wondering, what are the dimensions of your pads? I am looking for a post partum pattern that’s at least 15in long…

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Amanda @ The Eco-Friendly Family November 3, 2012 at 9:14 am

This post partum pattern is 14″ but you could easily adjust to get your desired length.

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Jessica February 12, 2013 at 10:51 pm

I have been on the fence about what to do once baby gets here in about 6 weeks. This is great, thank you! :)

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Beth Rees February 13, 2013 at 9:54 pm

Thank you so much!! I have been looking for something like this for awhile and can’t wait to start making my own

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