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April 30th, 2013, 09:23 PM
lnj5duke lnj5duke is offline
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I am still new to this, but there is a wicking fabric by Babyville that is pretty cheap. It is basically like the fabric used in athletic shirts and stuff. Maybe you could try that as a liner? I use it to make the top layer of DD2's inserts, and it keeps her dry (just like fleece), but it also keeps her skin a lot cooler (she was sweating a bunch in the microfleece). I cut rectangles about 5.5"x15" and lay them over the top of my organic cotton inserts, since she isn't a fan of feeling wet.

Here is a link to the fabric: Babyville- Stay Dri Wicking Fabric & utility fabrics at Joann.com
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