Everything You Need for Using, Laundering, and Sewing Reusable Cloth Items such as Cloth Diapers, Mama Cloth, Family Cloth, Cloth Wipes, Wet Bags, and more!
This is a list of supplies you may want to pick up after reading “How to Sew, Use, and Clean Cloth Diapers” (Formerly “The Complete Guide to Using, Laundering, and Sewing Reusable Cloth“) by Danielle Pientka.
Are you considering switching to cloth? Do you love cloth diapering? Curious about cloth products such as cloth menstrual pads, wet bags, and unpaper towels? I just released a fantastic book that is ALL about using, laundering, and sewing reusable cloth products. Pick up “How to Sew, Use, and Clean Cloth Diapers” today and get started saving money and the environment!
Below is the list of supplies mentioned in my book.
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Products for Sewing Cloth Diapers (and other eco friendly products)
- PUL Fabric
- Flannel Fabric
- Alova Suedecloth Fabric
- Minky Fabric
- Bamboo Double Loop Terry
- Hook and Loop
- Snaps and Snap Pliers
- Eyelets with Eyelet Tool
Sewing Patterns for Cloth Diapers
- Simple Diaper Sewing Tutorials has some great patterns for cloth diapers and it’s all free.
Cloth Diaper Rental Services
- Jillian’s Drawers Cloth Diaper Rental for Newborns
- ModernCloth Diapers Newborn Rental
- Kissedby the Moon Cloth Diaper Rentals
Baby Registries that Have Cloth Diapers for Sale
Laundering Cloth Diapers
Ready to Wear Cloth Diaper Products
- Cloth Diapers
- Cloth Training Underwear
- Cloth Swim Diapers
- Snappi Cloth Diaper Fasteners
- Disposable Liners
- Inserts for Cloth Diapers
- Wet Bags
- Cloth Diaper Rash Ointment
Other Ready to Use Eco Friendly Product Swaps
- Cloth Wipes
- Cloth Napkins
- Unpaper Towels
- Mama Cloth/Cloth Menstrual Pads
- Menstrual Cups
- Refrigerator Liners
- Fabric Gift Bags
- Reusable Snack Bags
My Starter Sewing Machines
- Brother Sewing Machine
- Brother 1034D Serger
More information on cloth products:
- FluffLove University has extensive information on cloth diapering: http://www.fluffloveuniversity.com/
Don’t forget the book on how to use and sew cloth diapers!
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