A single diaper cut from the Babyville PUL 3-pack is 21" by 24". With a little bit of pattern modification, you can get two large diapers out of a single cut, which is a great way to get the most out of your money!
You will accomplish this goal by using the “embellished tab method” and narrowing the width of the front panel. My son is tall and skinny and he wears his large diapers on the tightest snap setting, so we don't miss the extra width at all. If you have a “chubster” you might want to check the fit with test materials before cutting into your PUL.
Step 1: Trace your pattern onto template plastic or stiff paper. Cut it out and redraw the front panel, eliminating some of the width. Trim off the excess from the front panel template, between the elastic markings as shown in the photo.
Step 7: With the diaper cut oriented landscape, trace the pattern on one side, then flip the pattern vertically and trace it again on the other side. You should just be able to get two full body pieces on there.
Now you can use a cute coordinating fabric to cut out the wing pieces. Sew them one at a time, right sides together to the body and you're good to go! The wing pieces don't have to be PUL since they will overlap the front panel. Using this technique, you can get 6 large diapers from one pack of Babyville PUL diaper cuts.