100% Bamboo Flannel database is open

If you’re interested in ordering this yummy stuff, please follow the link and input your info. This a quicky! I am closing this on the 13th of December and payments are due immediately via Paypal. Please do not put in an order if you do not intend to purchase. All non-payers will be banned from ordering in the future. If you have any questions email me. Please do not forget to input your email address so that I can contact you for payment.


Bamboo flannel interest?

I am thinking about making an order for100% viscose bamboo flannel but I don’t need all 168 yards. It’ll go up for retail price in my store once I receive it (around $9) but am giving anyone interested a chance to pick it up for a lot cheaper. It’s 54″ wide, 8.57 ounces per linear yard. Certified by Intertex as lead free and is Oeko-Tex Standard 100 certified bamboo. Super super nice stuff. Email me if interested. Need to know by 10/10 and payments made by 10/11.

Think cloth diaper, sheets, PJ’s, wipeys, house hold cloth, etc.

New Knits

My new knits arrived on Saturday and boy was I happy to open that package! So many fun new prints and I couldn’t wait to wash everything and pair it up with the bamboo cotton french terry roll I received last week!

This is a side snapping newborn diaper. Outer layer is a cotton knit in a beautiful floral, there’s a hidden layer of bamboo cotton french terry and the inner is also the same layer. There is a snap in soaker with 2 layers of 100% bamboo fleece, a layer of cotton french terry and it’s all topped with the same knit to tie everything together. It’s so so cute!

As an added bonus, since this is a newborn diaper, the front folds down for those healing belly buttons, no snap to irritate baby, hooray!

A great new product!

Good news! In just a few short weeks I will be offering diapers and inserts made from hemp AND ORGANIC cotton! Not only that, but it is milled right here in the USA! I’m really excited to be able to be able to offer my customers such a great product that they can feel even better about putting next to their baby AND feel good about it being made right here in the US.

Right now, most hemp is manufactured and milled overseas in China and India and shipped to retailers here. I have found a source here in The States that has chosen to keep their milling here.

I will also be offering this great product up for sale by the yard. It’s is so luxuriously soft and lovely, I can’t wait!