Cloth Pad Pattern Pack

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Suggested Supplies:

Cloth Pad Pattern Pack
Soaker Fabric (cotton, bamboo or hemp)
(Optional: Upcycle shirts, blankets, etc!)
Backing Fabric (fleece or PUL)
Snaps & Applicator (plastic or metal) (optional)
Reusable Cold Packs (Optional for postpartum pad)

If you’d like some menstrual themed fabrics (and more),
be sure to check out my Spoonflower shop!
I recommend Performance Piqué if you’re interested in
a stay-dry, moisture wicking material, Cotton Jersey for
a natural fiber, or Minky for fluffy softness.

Copyright © Amanda Hearn – TheEcoFriendlyFamily.com
All Rights Reserved. Reproduction is not permitted. Personal use only.
A license to sell products using this pattern may be purchased by emailing me.
 
This pattern is delivered via email. Please be sure to check your spam/bulk folder if you are unable to locate the email in your inbox. If you are still unable to locate it, please email me!

All sales of this cloth pad pattern pack are non-refundable due to the digital nature of this item.
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19 Comments

  • I posted a comment about these on a different link, but man these are so awesome. AND SO EASY!! I wish I’d know how amazing cloth pads were a long time ago, but the point is I know now, and I’m NEVER going back. Making my own is very satisfying and so much better on the wallet. This pattern is awesome. It’s super easy to sew, the instructions are great, and there are pictures for those folks who don’t feel like reading lol! Thank you Amanda, for sharing your pattern in the first place because that’s what introduced me to the world of cloth pads, and I love your pattern. It’s been by far my favorite, and definitely my “go to” pattern for pads. LOVE THEM!!

    • Thank you so much for your sweet comment! I really enjoyed making these patterns and I just love hearing that they are helpful 🙂

  • I’d love to buy this pattern, but I am terrible with written directions, even these directions. Do you have any step by step pictures to go along with this? Thanks!

  • I ordered the down load but I’m unsure how to actually down load the pattern. I really want to make my own! Help!

    • Oh just kidding I am silly and didn’t realize you’d email to me, thank you!

  • Wondering about the backing and how moisture proof it is? What could you use to make these work for incontinent pads? Could save a ton of money…

  • This is such a great idea! I love this idea for postpartum pads and I love that you can add the cold pack. GENIUS!

  • I have made a bunch of the regular day pads and night time pads and love them. I have yet to use them for a period but go through a few a day to help with the pregnancy leaking. They are so comfortable I barely know I have them on. Plus they are super easy to make!. Baby is due is just a few short days so I bought the postpartum template. I trust that it will be just as wonderful!

  • This is such a cute pattern for cloth pad I love the curvy ones can’t wait to tey this one out.

  • Hello Amanda I love your pattern but I have a problem I don’t have a computer so I can I get the free patterns I pay $5 doller for a package of pattern but how can I order more difference patterns can you let me know thank you

  • Hello
    This are t patterns, thanks. Do you have a video or instructions for best care or washing care for these. I read somewhere that hot water will ‘damage’ the absorbancy but they could be talking about a particular brand. Thanks

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