When your little one is almost out of diapers the potty training phase can seem to drag on and on. Your pocketbook also takes a beating when you buy package after package of disposable training pants. Even if you buy generic brands or use coupons these things are expensive. Reusable training pants are an option but they can cost a lot of money for an item that will hopefully only be in your home a few months.
This tutorial for DIY reusable training pants is a happy combination of inexpensive cotton underpants and waterproof fabric. Dust off your sewing machine to make these eco-friendly and thrifty alternatives for your potty-training toddler.
Photo courtesy of It’s a Long Story.
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