A friend of mine is due any day now with her second set of twins. Yes, second set. She needed a diaper stacker that would hold enough diapers for one day (or more) so I offered to make one for her. I had made one of these a few years ago and tried to remember the process. I didn’t really have a pattern but there are several online.
My grandmother was an excellent seamstress, knitter, and crocheter. She would use whatever she had on hand and somehow make it work. She was also creative with embellishing anything she made. Rick rack was a favorite of hers as well as lace, binding, piping and of course, her beautiful hand embroidery. I used rick rack and binding. Following my grandmother’s thriftiness I looked through my sewing materials and used fabric from my mother-in-law and some leftover rick-rack I had. The only thing purchased was the binding.
Detail of the trim.
The section at the top has fusible fleece inside to give it more stability and strength. The top tabs have Velcro closures that allow one to hang it from a hanger, towel bar or dowel rod.
I love it when things all come together.