sustainablebabyish|sloomb™ was born out of the need for a better fit, a softer hand, & the desire to bring earth-friendly baby products in great colors to your home. they are committed to offering you a low impact, durable product for you & your children to love and enjoy. the life cycle of their products is important - most of the products are made by hand in the USA, by women who are paid fair wages and who care about what they make. most of the fabric is organic or an organic blend. they use low impact dyes.
sustainablebabyish knit wool covers
soft, stretchy, durable, & ultra absorbent. a year-round, day & night essential for cloth diapering.
sustainablebabyish knit covers are made from öko-tex certified wool yarns and are double-layer knit, making them breathable, soft, and comfortable–perfect for cloth diapered children from newborns to toddlers. sustainablebabyish knit wool covers have a high rise to cover one-size diapers, prefolds, and all sustainablebabyish fitteds, flats, and snapless-multi diapers.
content: 93% wool
| 7% lycra.
Available in the NEW Colors Mocha and Squash
organic bamboo fleece doublers
soft, & absorbent. ultra thick 3-layer doublers – with the
soft jersey side out. fold these in half for a 6 layer boost to the
wet zone – works great with any diapering combination.
made by hand in the USA
Order on Doublers page!
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