Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Kirstikoo Diaperdoo Pattern Review and GIVEAWAY closed

Kirsti over at Kirstikoo handmade Gifts graciously sent me a free diaperdoo clutch pattern, after I had expressed interest in it.  She was very nice in all her emails, and very prompt!!  She got this pattern to me, I printed it, and decided to follow the instructions EXACTLY as written so you, my lovely readers, would get as honest a review from me as possible.

So...here is my final product!

Outside of Diaper Clutch
Clutch Closed

Inside of Diaper Clutch
With 3 Diapers and Wipes in it.

Diaper Clutch Open
Opened and laying flat

Diaper Clutch Flap Open
Flap opened.

Now, let me tell you, this pattern, from cut out to iron to sewing, took all of about 15 minutes.  That's it.  The pattern directions were fairly easy to follow - I'd recommend some basic sewing knowledge.  This clutch is also the perfect size for me - my son is 18 months old, and in size 4 diapers, so I can comfortably fit 3 diapers and some wipes in there.  Perfect for me to grab some, fill it up, and stuff it in my purse, forgoing the diaper bag!  This clutch is a must have, in my opinion, for all Mom's and Mom's to be.

I recommend buying patterns from Kirsti - if you have trouble, she is there via email to help you.  I felt her pattern was very well written, very professional looking, and was clear and concise.

If you would like her pattern, to make one yourself, go here and you can buy it.

Or - you can win this lovely one that I made!!

There will be a couple of ways to enter, so sit tight kiddos:
1. Comment here telling me your favorite color. - easy right?
2. If you are a follower of my blog, comment again for a second entry.
3. If you are a follower of Kirstikoo's blog, comment again for an additional entry.
4. Visit Kirstikoo's etsy shop, and tell me what pattern you like the best, and comment for another entry.

Each step completed must be a seperate comment.  Please also leave an email address, either in your blogger profile, or in your comment, so I can get ahold of you to ship this beauty to you!

Good luck to all you commenters! :D
Edited: I will pick a winner randomly Monday January 24th! Not the 21st.  Sorry for Confusion.  MONDAY JAN 24TH! ALL WEEKEND YET TO ENTER!! :D
Disclaimer: I received no monetary gain for this review.  I received the pattern free, but no license to sell said product.  The rights to this product still reside with Kirsti.



  1. I love aqua and green together! My sewing room redo colors...

  2. My favorite color is purple. Thanks for the giveaway!

  3. My favorite color ~ today ~ is turquoise!
    Thanks for the chance to win this cool bag - my niece will be having her first baby in about 7 weeks, so pick me! pick me!!

  4. I looked at her etsy shop - I think my favorite is the Burperoo burp cloths. :^)

  5. My favourite colour is purple! :D

  6. I follow Kirstikoo's blog :)

  7. My favourite pattern is the diaper pouch :)

    (can you tell I want this? It would be great for me sister for my nephew :))

  8. I really am favoring the diaper pouch!

  9. I'm a new follower of your blog!

  10. I'm a new follower of Kirstikoo's blog

  11. my favorite color... that's hard. I'm not sure I have one anymore. All of them? I mostly wear black but I'm trying to work some color back in.

  12. Turguoise and brown are my favorite combo

  13. & a Kirstikoo follower :) (i'm glad you pointed me in the direction of that blog, just had a browse and it's fab as well!)

  14. I love browns and tans....boring I know, but until you think about the colors of cookies and chocolate....makes ya think huh?
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

  15. I am a follower of your blog. Thank you for putting together this charming giveaway!
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

  16. I am a follower of Kirstikoo's blog. Thank you for your honest review of her patterns and service :)
    nsue21702 at gmail dot com

  17. I love the changing pad pattern at her etsy store. I have the old fold out type that came with the baby bag. Folding that sucker up is like folding a map with ALL the car windows down going 75 mph on the expressway!