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clothmama wrote:No offense to all those that do order regularly from the States but have you considered asking UK wahms if they can do something similar if it is stuff that isn't available in the UK?
*tinkerbellarella* wrote:i am starting toprefer to buy nappies from hyena cart and etsy right now, my recent bulk order of 8 nappies, inc the free newborn one was about £50 delivered, i'd never get them that price here, plus the hc purchase (which came this morning!yay) of 3 crochet soakers, and 2 free pairs of baby legs inc postage was £10 they're all made with organic merino wool too!
mamavic wrote:I've got no problem with the WAHM and UK produced stuff being more expensive, it's more on the mass produced items like MEOS or BGs where your paying more for the same item made in the same factory.
Louise wrote:Also, there are a lot more instock nappies/clothes/woollies on HC and Etsy - most (if not all) of the UK WAHMs work are custom orders.