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Old 11-28-2009, 02:36 PM   #1
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Question what to do with bamboo interlock?

I found a bunch of 100% bamboo interlock in red tag at Joannes and bought it up Now, what do i do with it. I am new to the diaper sewing, I used the RRP for a few pockets and working on some of my own creations. Is this a good absorbant layer, or better for the outsides of a dipe? Any tips or ideas would be greatly appreciated!!

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Old 11-28-2009, 02:38 PM   #2
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Re: what to do with bamboo interlock?

is it like a thick cotton feeling sweatshirt type material?? if so that would be awesome for the inside of diapers!! it's probably like a bamboo fleece
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You can totally use Bamboo interlock for fitted diapers mama!
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Re: what to do with bamboo interlock?

it is pretty thick. not quite as thick as fleece, anti-pill anyway, but thicker than flannel. I'll have to try it out I was just so excited to find it at a store that i had to buy it all. fabric buying has become an obsession
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