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Old 05-08-2006, 12:16 PM   #1
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*SPAM ME* Need a TRIM cover

I have a problem with the waist side straps being a little 'baggy'? like my bummis, and bumpy cover. I LOVE these covers...but they are loose around her waist. and they are are tight, but it's like the fabric sags or something...maybe its just me....

need some spam on some trim/snug covers. (I use mainly wool, but for outfits that has a onsie type shirt, or for her pants, I need a waterproof cover!)

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Old 05-08-2006, 12:26 PM   #2
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Re: *SPAM ME* Need a TRIM cover

I like polar babies. they are fleece, not sure if they are realy trim though...
Other than bummis those are the only ones I have tried
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Old 05-08-2006, 12:46 PM   #3
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Re: *SPAM ME* Need a TRIM cover

Hmmm... trim... I like wool too The Stacinator wool covers are super trim but I dunno about how that would work under onzie. Dancing bears fleece is good - I use them under clothes w/o trouble all the time.

Ok Bummis Whisper... those are darn trim! LOL but they are pull on - & not cute. I have lots of those instock that I wanna sell (hint) LOL Also, I personally love Litewraps a lot - they are very trim but I'm not sure if you'd have the same problem you were talking about before. Diaperaps are ok too. Oh I have Blue Dog too - the print is cute.

I have everything I've mentioned in my store except DB. Oh & I have LW's just not listed yet.

I probably haven't helped just confused LOL
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Old 05-08-2006, 01:12 PM   #4
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I think bummis nylon pants are as trim as it gets. They are fluffy, but smoosh down to nothing, no bulk under clothes.....or I really like nikky poly wraps.
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I have to agree about the bummis pants being super trim. Those are the first cover I started out with when I switched to cloth and I am using them again for baby #2.
I also love proraps, they are my all time favorite PUL cover when we don't use our pockets.
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Old 05-08-2006, 01:17 PM   #6
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The trimmest cover that we've found is the Mother-ease Airflow covers. They've been great for us.
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