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Sewing PUL diaper covers - sealing snap backing?


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January 18th, 2018, 08:24 AM
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Hi, everyone!
I'm a first time mom, and I'm trying to get prepared before baby arrives, lol.
I've sewn some PUL diaper covers (Simple Diaper-Sewing Tutorials: Newborn Umb Snap-Down FOE Cover), and the pattern called for a second layer of PUL backing behind the snaps. What I'm concerned about is that poop might get smashed up between the layers and be hard to get out. I was thinking about getting fabric glue to seal the gap between the two layers shut.
Does anyone have input about this? Is it a bad or good idea? And, if it's a good idea, glue suggestions for PUL?
Thank you so much!!!
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