Take your lining piece and sew the top and bottom to the lining (I use about a 1/4" seam allowance in all directions!). You will end up with a whole like the picture shows.
Lay your batting down top with your outside piece with the right side up (away from the batting). Then put your lining on top with the right side (pockets) facing down. The wipe pocket edge will line up with the lining and outer material edge. The lining will be 3/4" shorter than the outer edge. You will want to center the lining. It will be about 3/8" on each side. Sew the lining and outer piece together.
|You are looking at the backside (wrong side) of the lining and the right side of the outer material is peaking out the top and bottom. You can not see the batting. On the left I have it all pinned together.|
Following this tutorial here by Handmade by Jill, I made a matching Diaper wipes case. I did find that I needed to make the material about an inch wider than what the pattern said. Maybe I didn't read the directions and that is what it says : )
Here is a photo of the finished project.
Diaper and Wipes labels (sorry no pictures)
You will need fabric, freezer paper, and inkjet printer and some tape.
On your word processor (or program of choice) type up what you what to print. Cut your fabric to the appropriate size. Cut a piece of freezer paper the same size. Iron the freezer paper and fabric with the wax side towards the fabric. This acts as a stabilizer when going through your printer.
Print your picture/word on a plain piece of paper. Then tape your fabric facing up on the paper, placing it exactly where your want it to print. Make sure you tape down the edge that will feed first into the printer and a little piece on the opposite edge will help. If you are working with a thicker fabric, you can cut both the freezer paper and material to 8 1/2" by 11" and feed that directly into your printer. Place in your paper tray according to your printer directions. My HP pulls from the tray with the side it prints on facing down, so that is how I would place it in my printer.
PLEASE NOTE: This has worked for me, but it has also jammed in my printer when the edges were loose. If you buy the expensive product, it will probably feed better. I would recommend staying close while printing so you can stop it before it gets too jammed. Just in case, but do this at your own risk.