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zelo wrote:I haven't tried wool yet but I am totally convinced it will be brilliant. Our first longies should be on their way from NZ. Hand-knitted by step mother in law from yarn spun by father in law. Wool comes from their own sheep! Can't wait for the parcel to arrive.
Ellen17 wrote:having read this thread I like the sound of wool but have a few (probably silly newbie) questions:
I carry my LO in a sling most of the time when out and am worried about wicking. what do you do to prevent that (or perhaps the wool should be for home time?).
Ellen17 wrote:I have some lovely merino wool vests (with poppers). are they unsuitable over wool wraps (i.e. does wool on wool make wicking more likely? or is merino wool a different thing altogether? I think I am still struggling to understand the whole wool concept..
Ellen17 wrote:my little one has quite sensitive skin with a tendendcy to eczema/ rashes. I wonder if it's worth checking out if he reacts to lanolin before investing in wool covers?
Ellen17 wrote:finally, I'd love to crochet something but fear I might start and never finish (oh yes and would have to find a pattern first...). any ideas for getting wool shorties /longies on a budget?