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Old 07-16-2009, 01:29 PM   #112
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Re: Everything you need to know about mama cloth

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Originally Posted by karlie's mom View Post
I see many patterns in which the top cotton layer is part of the wing and therfore wraps around and ends up underneath the underwear. Is that okay? I would think it would allow fluid to end up on the outside of the underwear even though there is a waterproof layer. For a heavy bleeder, would this be a problem? I've never used mama cloth, but I am about to make some.
That was a problem for one of my testers so I ended up doing a poly print. But it's not attached to the soaker. If you get the soaker layer the right absorbancy it prob does not create a problem, but if you say underestimate your flow you could end up with it wicking to your pants.

ETA: Check out my link in my siggy and you're free to use the idea for yourself if it concerns you.
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