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    okay ladies i have a question

    The liners that you use to keep the diapers from getting stained! I know that you can have cloth/fabric for them! That is what i would like to use.

    Is there any kind of fabic that you must use??? What about the thin soild print fleese that you can get at fabricland its just abit thinner then the printed fleese.(sp) Do you think that would work and does it have to be a certain size? Maybe so i can use them for all different size diapers???


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    Personally I prefer polar fleece liners. They act as a moisture barrier and require no sewing. Just cut to size and insert in the diaper. You can usually find rememants for ultra cheap too! I paid 25 cents for enough fleece to make about 20 liners!!!

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    someone today at the cloth diaper meeting said to use polar fleece. Mother-ease makes some for about a dollar a peice and I think I also heard that Cheeky monkey had some stuff? But you could make it quite easily with no sewing needed at all...just cut and go!





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    thanks ladies, i will be going to farbicland really soon for the polar fleece thanks again!
    Tiffany
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    From experience, spend a little extra and buy MICROfleece. The cheaper, heavier stuff will get really pilly really fast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumtobelle
    From experience, spend a little extra and buy MICROfleece. The cheaper, heavier stuff will get really pilly really fast.
    Leah, can you get micro fleece at Fabricland??
    I know that i will be getting the liners in the pack but its the ones that you can flush or throw out! I dont want to throw out more garbage then needed to!
    Im just trying to figure out how much i would need???

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    I found it at the Fabricland on Southdale (at least I think it was Southdale) but they didn't carry it at the one out on Exeter road. Quite frankly, when we asked for microfleece at both places they just sort of gave us quizzical looks. It was by chance that we found it at the first place, it was stuck away in a corner somewhere.

    I bought these from jamtots 1 1/2 years ago and use them constantly. Still going strong so well worth the money.
    http://www.jamtots.com/JamTots-Micro...iners-C88.aspx

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    thanks Leah, i wonder if they have it at fabricland on dundas??

    was jamtots the only place that you can get them??

    thanks so much
    Tiffany
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