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Old 02-08-2009, 06:06 AM   #1
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Has anyone used superthin wool Sugar Peas?

I was at my cd store down the street yesterday, and was asking what she has that is new. She had a Sugar Peas cover that is super super thin, but is made of wool. It sounded like she didn't have anyone who had tried it yet, so I'm wondering if anyone here has. Does it work? I mean it is thin like the thickness of a thirsties PUL cover!

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I have not tired these but I want to know too. I am hunting for some wraps and I am considering these
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by chance which type did you see? double knit wool, wool flannel or single layer windpro? it's always so exciting to see these things in person...without having to buy it first

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Old 02-08-2009, 05:48 PM   #5
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Re: Has anyone used superthin wool Sugar Peas?

I've just discovered sugar peas wool covers but not sure of "super thin"! I want to know too!!
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Re: Has anyone used superthin wool Sugar Peas?

See, that's the thing, I don't know what kind it was! I already own a windpro, and a double-knit wool, and owned a wool flannel for a little while too, and the one I saw yesterday wasn't any of those. It is possible I am wrong about it being Sugar Peas (I'm doubting myself, because there isn't anything of the sort on their web site), but I know the tag inside the dipe said 100% wool. Weird, huh?
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Re: Has anyone used superthin wool Sugar Peas?

Sugarpeas were a staple in our stash. Years ago they had a wool jersey type of cover, but it was double layered. But it was almost as thin as the windpro ones were. It worked just as well as my wool flannel covers did. It was awesome. I loved it. Honestly, if its Sugarpeas, i would give it a shot, ive not been displeased with any of the products over the years.
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