Oooh, do you have a link to the ebay seller? all the ones i've found are expensive!
They are all from different sellers but if you go into crafts and then fabrics and search for "FQ" (and then arrange by price) you will find loads of cheap fabric and I think the size is just enough to make one nappy. All the ones I am watching in myEbay are from different sellers but are all £3 or just under (inc. p&p). I was surprised to find so many designs that would make really cute boys nappies but I will have to try and get the right nappy measurements to double check the size will make one nappy first really.
So I have two questions...
1) Is polar fleece the right sort of materiel for inside the nappy?
2) When making reusable wipes would polar fleece or flannel work best?
I might buy some polar fleece and then if it feels soft to touch then use that for the inside. I know I am not going for white fleece as all the bought nappies I have use it and it seems like the liners catch most of the poo but the watery poop soaks through and stains the nappy!
I think I will try one side fleece and the otehr side flannel, I am guessing they will feel think enough then.
If you want ease then you can just use fleece for wipes but i like having the flannel as its easier to clean poop up with! I use cheapy fleece blankets from poundland for my inners at the moment. They seem to be doing the trick and i havent had any problems with them so for
I want some good strong wipes as it would just make my life so much easier. Plus the more effort I put into making them the more I can guilt DH into using them! I have no idea what DH has against the idea of re-usable wipes since they would just get washed with the nappies, the disposable ones seem to irritate DS bum and (other that huggies wipes) they are not thick enough at all.
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