Saskia wrote:I have both a serged and t&t Goodmamas which I got preloved, and whilst I like the neater look of t&t I think I actually prefer the fit of the serged. They both fit well though (no leaks), but serged just seems to sit better round her legs - t&t can curl inwards a bit.
Is it normal that my serged nappy is bigger than my t&t? They are meant to be one size aren't they?
A lot of the t&t Goodmamas are made with woven outers, which don't stretch as much as knit (and quite a lot less than OBV!). They're also trimmer in the crotch because of the edges being turned and topstitched, which is a plus as far as I'm concerned - I love trim nappies on my skinny LO!
I love our t&t Goodmamas but with other t&t nappies with cotton outers, I often find that they mark Lili's thighs - as people have said, the edges can feel a bit hard, serged is softer. With all-OBV nappies, t&t is fine for us.
I haven't tried the t&t Muttaqins - they do look like the kind of cut I like, but with the cotton outers not so good for us.