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Old 01-12-2013, 09:13 PM   #1
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Interlock vs Knit wool

I'm wondering what's the difference between knit and interlock besides for the obvious texture and knit being thicker? Is it just a personal preference?

My Loveybums pull on interlock soaker held up great overnight and is trim enough under clothes. My Sbish knit longies are beautiful and two layer thick so does great overnight as well and I love that they're also pants! So much easier with a wiggely almost toddler.

What are your favourite interlock longies?

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I love my royal buns interlock longies. They are more baggy in the legs-crotch area and have cuffs so DS isn't constantly tripping on them. They fit great and I never have leaks. They never even feel damp! I love my knits too, but only one pair really holds up great over night.
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I used to love Sbish knits until their QC and poor CS got to me. I love interlock because I get the same protection as knit, but I can machine wash and spray lano only. It rocks. Bumby makes some crazy soft longies and provides stellar CS. She will also make custom items to fit your child.
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Re: Interlock vs Knit wool

for me the biggest/best difference is that I can wash in the machine! other than that.
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Which one dries the fastest?
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Which one dries the fastest?
In my experience knit does

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In my experience knit does

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Unless it is Sbish. My knit takes almost a week. My interlock, a day.

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Yes! My Sbish knit longies are taking days! Ugh
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Unless it is Sbish. My knit takes almost a week. My interlock, a day.

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Can you try spinning it out in the washer. This drastically decreased our dry time. It now takes 12 hours or less for our wool to dry indoors. When I can line dry it only takes a couple of hours.
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Oh yeah I've never used SBish knits, just WAHM knit stuff

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