Comfy soft and spill-proof, the Peanut changing pad offers parents the perfect spot for diaper changes, whether handling dirty diapers at home or on-the-go. With no additional sheets or pads required, it’s an all-in-one changing station that wipes down easily and (bonus!) even limits bacteria growth.
Keekaroo Quality Control Team works very hard to ensure you receive the highest quality products. Color “swirls” in your Keekaroo cushion are due to the unique way that our cushions are made. These “swirls” occur during the manufacturing process and in no way affect the quality or durability of the product.
if you want to see my diaper changing pad clutch, you can do it in my blog: .
I wrote there that I used your tutorial. Thank you so much for sharing.
Love the pattern! Just a thought- I bought the fabric for it the other day and didn’t realize until I unfolded it that the patterns I have are the right measurements for a horizontal changing pad rather than a vertical one (I got chevron and a little alien print where everything is lined up instead of placed at random like yours). Meaning I would have to cut it in half and sew one on top of the other to have the pattern look continuous going up and down. (Does that make sense?) If anyone else is getting a print that’s meant to be horizontal, it’d probably be wise to get a full yard so they have enough to work with length-wise.
I am looking for a cute diaper clutch that holds a couple diapers, wipes and has a changing pad in it. Etsy has so many cute ones. Will you help me pick one out? I am going to use my JP Cezanne as my diaper bag. It will work perfectly. I looked more at the diaper bags today and they are either way too big, too expensive or just ugly. I don’t understand why they think moms want ugly bags or want to have kid fabric for their bag. Cezanne should work. I know the pockets aren’t all the same size for stuff as a diaper bag but I can make it work. Sure is cuter! Now I am working on organizing it.