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My obsession with flats

Every single day I recommend flats to new moms wanting to use cloth nappies. Flats... flats... flats. When I started cloth diapering (five years ago) the first nappies I ever made were flats. I dug out my old sewing machine which Mum had left me and gave it an oil and off I went. I loved it so much I turned it into a business- but that is another story :) The first cloth nappy I used was a hemp flat. Gosh it was a different experience than when practicing on a teddy!! Those wriggly, kicking legs just would not be still even for a moment. It took a few tries to finally get it on and hmmmm there were gaps...

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Great review on our delicious newborn nappies

Newborn cloth can be daunting. So can having a newborn. So why not kill 2 birds with 1 stone and just dive in eh? Have a newborn and get yourself some newborn Pokkelokkie cloth nappies ladies :) Not only are our nappies the best quality, but we provide FULL support when baby arrives and we help you get going. You are not alone on this cloth journey! Our Dawn patrol day fitteds and our Sleepy dust night fitteds are definitely the easiest nappies to use and they are super thirsty. Dads especially love the day fitteds as they have a velcro closure. They really do mirror a disposable in terms of use and they dry super fast (winter is coming). ...

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Ms Rust is here

I get very excited about fabric colours... perhaps a little too much (or is there such a thing?). The combination of cloth nappies and a new fabric colour = a VERY excited girl over here. Just look at this colour!!! In case you hadn't seen... we released our brand new cotton fleece colour this week. Both our flats and Dawn patrol day fitteds can now be made to order in the delicious rust. It`s beautiful. Cotton fleece is a wonderful alternative to the more pricey hemp option and it works equally as well too. It is slightly thicker so not AS trim as hemp, however this isn`t a biggie. Flats are anyway SO trim it doesn't make a huge difference to...

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