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July 13th, 2005, 08:16 AM
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Ok, so I love cd'ing. Im getting ready to order more since I have a very small stash. I have decided I love the cpf's way more than the kissaluvs. So Im gonna order 2 more dozen cpf's. Does anyone have any other suggestions on what type of covers to buy. I have two Bsww(i like these), a prowrap (which I love) and a featherlite (which is ok) and thats about it. I bought a few off of ebay that I hate. So I need some suggestions before I place my order tomorrow. Thanks gals!
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July 14th, 2005, 12:32 AM
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Ok, so I love cd'ing. Im getting ready to order more since I have a very small stash. I have decided I love the cpf's way more than the kissaluvs.* So Im gonna order 2 more dozen cpf's. Does anyone have any other suggestions on what type of covers to buy. I have two Bsww(i like these), a prowrap (which I love) and a featherlite (which is ok) and thats about it. I bought a few off of ebay that I hate.* So I need some suggestions before I place my order tomorrow. Thanks gals!
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www.wigglewormbottoms.com are the best (and I'm a pretty seasoned CDer). I've recently tried www.serenityscents.com and she uses a similar pattern that's great as well.
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July 14th, 2005, 08:58 AM
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I have to say proraps are my favorite. THey work great and are very inexpensive. I have to order a few more actually. I never seem to have enough covers.
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July 23rd, 2005, 10:20 PM
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I use prowraps but i think i am going to start experimenting wiht fleece and wool...esp since it is so hot here and they are more breathable.

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July 26th, 2005, 09:38 PM
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Have you tried wool covers at all? You can get them cheap from bj'marketplace on ebay. They have some very cute longies for the fall winter. Diaperpin.com also has a list of places you can but wool. I also love full moon baby gear and mudoiebabies. Another great place is Jack'smagicbeanstalk.
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August 4th, 2005, 01:03 PM
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I use prowraps but i think i am going to start experimenting wiht fleece and wool...esp since it is so hot here and they are more breathable.

Hollie

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Have you tried wool covers at all? You can get them cheap from bj'marketplace on ebay. They have some very cute longies for the fall winter. Diaperpin.com also has a list of places you can but wool. I also love full moon baby gear and mudoiebabies. Another great place is Jack'smagicbeanstalk.
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I'm glad to hear such high praises for wool covers. I read rave reviews about them on a CDing group I belong to on yahoo. So I purchased a pattern online and went shopping with my mother, who is a knitter, for yarn last Weds. She's already finished one for me, and will be working on two more this upcoming week. She thinks I a little crazy but once she made it, she fell in love with it. I keep explaining it's more breathable than the plastic covers she used on me - I think she's finally starting to "get it".

I know this is a little late, but for what it's worth, I bought a hemp diaper and fleece cover by Sugarpeas for a friend. She mostly uses disposables but I think she really likes the fleece cover.

Brie
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September 4th, 2005, 11:54 AM
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My vote is proraps (LOVE the leg guessets) and bummis whisper wraps (and I also like the bummis originals for over fitteds) GL!
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September 5th, 2005, 02:16 PM
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I suggest wool covers. They don't need to be cleaned as often as often as others and are VERY breathable!
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