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Old Dec 31st, 2015, 07:11 AM   11
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Originally Posted by LittlePants View Post
50cm bamboo terry squares are just awesome for the first few months. Super efficient, always fit, slim, economical, wash well dry quickly. AND they can be used later as inserts and boosters, so never wasted. They really are not difficult to put on. You need to spend maybe 5 minutes or less learning how to do it, and then it's simple as PI. Here's a video
I have some 50cm squares - can they be used as inserts without the need of sewing? I want to use them as inserts for my Disana tie up nappies when LO has outgrown her terry squares.

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Old Dec 31st, 2015, 15:13 PM   12
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Muslin squares! Cheap, thin and dry quickly!. Or terry squares but I found them a little bulkier than muslins. There is always preloved, I agree it can be a waste to buy a new set for one baby for a few weeks. Xx

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