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Old 11-21-2008, 06:48 PM   #8
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Re: Everything you need to know about mama cloth

If you're worried about them taking forever to dry, you can make the pad in two completely separate parts, then just sew them together either at the ends or just the sides. They'll still stay in place and be one pad, but they'll dry a whole lot faster!

IMHO it's a bad idea to just use a layer or PUL then a layer of absorbancy for a liner, it bunches badly. If you use fleece it tends to stay put much better.

Don't use cheap flannel! You'll regret it after a few washes!

2under2, you seem to know quite a bit, could you perhaps repeat your absorbancy levels for Post Pardum? I'd really hate to make a ton of pads and them not be absorbant enough

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