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#6. We are always happy to accept your diaper collections through our headquarters for national and international distribution! They will be sent out in future packages to hospitals in need. They will be delivered with your personalized distribution cards just the same as if you had delivered them to your local hospital. The only difference is that they end up in facilities on our waiting list!
#7. We will also happily accept your diaper cut outs, flannel fabric, or monetary contributions through our headquarters for the families that we serve!
Where to I get the patterns?
Due to persistent technical difficulties, we have removed our download link. Please email email@example.com for your FREE Teeny Tears patterns, instructions, and project welcome packet!
Wooden Patterns?! Whaaaaa? Check out the beautiful, true-to-proper-size, long-lasting, professionally-cut wooden patterns that we have available for purchase! All proceeds go toward our continuing mission to provide diapers for angel families. http://teenytears.myshopify.com/
To receive personalized distribution cards, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and be sure to include the following information:
Please allow up to a week to receive these free, printable cards via email!
If you are sewing internally for a bereavement support organization, please include their logo if you would like it to appear on the distribution cards.
Anything else I should know about the diapers?
#1 -- we donate our diapers in matching pairs! This way, one diaper can remain with the baby for burial or cremation and the matching diaper can go home with the family in a memory box.
#2 -- be sure to use a full quarter inch inseam when sewing diapers. To be properly sized, you must use that full quarter inch!
Do I need to pre-wash my fabric?
That is up to you! Our diapers are intended for one time use and therefore, shrinkage should not be an issue. Some of our volunteers wash their flannel and many do not. The Headquarters Team does not typically pre-wash their fabric. With the less expensive flannels, they will often get "pilly" or faded and worn-looking after only one washing.