Here are four fitted diapers I've been able to make. I wasn't going to make any newborn size diapers because the baby will only be able to wear them for about a month, but I had some french terry bamboo fabric that was only big enough to make newborn diapers and they are so tiny and cute that I figured why not. I also made a couple size small fitted diapers.
I used Shar's version of Wee Weka Side Snap, adjusted to a NB size for the newborn pattern from theNappy Network, but I found the front wings too wide so I trimmed them at least an inch on each side for the second one I made. I used my own pattern for the small sized fitteds.
From left to right: bamboo french terry, quilting cotton outer bamboo french terry inner, unknown knit with a bamboo velour inner, bamboo velour
Also I was really excited because I got to use my new snap pliers. I've been wanting to try and make snap diapers for a while, but in order to apply snaps I would have needed a $130-$150 snap press, which I really couldn't justify buying. But then I found out that there was a yahoo coop for a set of snap pliers for $20. So I got them and they are perfect. I haven't had any problems setting the snaps and they are in really tight, almost impossible to remove (I had to use a drill to remove them when I made a mistake).
I also was able to make another soft structured baby carrier. After making two carriers as gifts from this free SCC pattern I decided that the resulting carriers were way too big for me, so I went back to the original pattern I had made but included the darts in the body from the free pattern. I also couldn't decide what kind of padding (camping mat, versus yoga mat, versus foam) I wanted in the belt so I made it have an opening that I could unsnap and I could switch out the padding whenever I wanted. This also will make it very easy to throw the whole thing in the washing machine. I loved the way it turned out, but I'm afraid I made the straps a little short. It is hard to tell since I can't exactly try it on due the gigantic belly I currently have. I don't think they will be too short to make the carrier not useful, but they might make it not quite as comfortable as it could have been. We'll have to see. I still have to sew on the chest strap, but I'm going to wait till after I have the baby to figure out the best placement.