Drool/ Suck Pad Tutorial

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33 thoughts on “Drool/ Suck Pad Tutorial

    1. Jessica Post author

      On these I didn’t use anything. I really don’t use them for water proofing or anything other than a simple strap protector. Sometimes I put a layer of batting in there or even flannel if the person wants it.

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    1. Jessica Post author

      You would add it either on top or on bottom of your stack of material. Just make sure your inner and outer fabrics are right sides facing.

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  1. Alice

    If I wanted to add a ruffle would the same pattern work? Also, would I add it the same way you added the loops? Thanks!

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  2. samantha

    This was super helpful!! What kind of snaps are best? And what is the best way to get them on the drool pad?

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    1. Jessica Post author

      I used the babyville from Joann’s but the quality has seemed to decrease. Many use the Kam brand snaps. You’ll need a snap press for them as well! Hope this helps!

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  3. Shy Lady

    If I wanted to do buttons instead of snaps should I add them first (before sewing the right sides together)?

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  4. Jen

    If I wanted to add a ruffle to the bottom, would I sew it in place the same way you added the loops? Or is there an easier/better way? Thanks!

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    1. Alisha

      I used this pattern for my lille and the size was perfect. I’m still able to use the clips for the head support. I even added ruffles 🙂

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