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Old 06-23-2014, 01:55 PM   #1
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Wool interlock recommendations

Can someone recommend a wool interlock cover that is as soft and stretchy as Sbish, but perhaps not as expensive (have tried and don't like Woolybottoms and loveybums pull ons - are their wraps any better/different?)

I'm not interested in hybrids or something hard to find/stalk

If you have any to sell in great condition, I'm looking for Mediums or larges

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Old 06-23-2014, 02:09 PM   #2
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Re: Wool interlock recommendations

GroVia. However, if you are sbish BST and pick up one there it would be the same price.
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Old 06-23-2014, 11:15 PM   #3
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Can someone recommend a wool interlock cover that is as soft and stretchy as Sbish, but perhaps not as expensive (have tried and don't like Woolybottoms and loveybums pull ons - are their wraps any better/different?)

I'm not interested in hybrids or something hard to find/stalk

If you have any to sell in great condition, I'm looking for Mediums or larges
I *make awesome wool covers in all sizes. I upcycle 100% wool, really thick wool and make them into cover with little shorts attached to them. I felt them before hand and pre-lanolize them also. Do you have any colours in mind do you want a thick one or thin one? I also add an extra soaker zone. Making wool covers are one of my favourite fluff things to make. I have super cute gurly size medium with frilly leg wholes which are brown and pink. I sell them for $20.00 - I find they work better than the knit ones you buy knew because the wool is much thicker and wicks away moisture better because of that especially because the wool is felted.

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I LOVE Grovia kiwi pie soakers. Perfect fit for my little ones. I have several in small, medium and large. My 9 MO is already in M, and my toddler wears L. They wear fitteds under.
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Old 06-24-2014, 01:23 PM   #5
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Re: Wool interlock recommendations

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I *make awesome wool covers in all sizes. I upcycle 100% wool, really thick wool and make them into cover with little shorts attached to them. I felt them before hand and pre-lanolize them also. Do you have any colours in mind do you want a thick one or thin one? I also add an extra soaker zone. Making wool covers are one of my favourite fluff things to make. I have super cute gurly size medium with frilly leg wholes which are brown and pink. I sell them for $20.00 - I find they work better than the knit ones you buy knew because the wool is much thicker and wicks away moisture better because of that especially because the wool is felted.

Inbox me or email me at motherspeaceofmind@gmail.com if you want I can send pictures.

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Sorry, not interested in upcycled items. Or knit, right now. Only wool interlock
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Old 06-24-2014, 01:48 PM   #6
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What don't you like about Loveybums pullons...they are my favorite? I've tried all their wrap styles and I like them all for different reasons.
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Old 06-24-2014, 07:39 PM   #7
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source, rainbow waters & ewe be green are all nice. ewe be green has an etsy where you can order customs. bumby is another nice one that is Canadian
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Old 07-05-2014, 08:54 PM   #8
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Re: Wool interlock recommendations

Can someone compare the sbish interlock to the Grovia interlock, in terms of stretchiness and thickness?
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Bumby!? Depending on the piece they can be expensive new, but there is a b/s/t group on FB and you can usually find some good deals on soakers. Also WCW, Tiny Tuna are interlock as well I believe.


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BUMBY!!!!!!!!!!!!! The Bumby silky is like a sweatshirt, super stretchy and soft. Bumby has a BST page on FB, you should definitely check it out!
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