you've pretty much covered what's available: earthbabies
produce locally made nappies and i have a couple of these, plus one of their fleece wraps (good) and a PUL wrap (ok). Their PUL fabric is imported and they use local cotton terry to make the nappies. TO be honest, their nappies are not great...the terry fabric is not great quality, and they are starting to look a little worn in places on my dd (i started using them with my ds about 18months ago). Also they take long to dry as they are a fitted nappy with no room to remove layers for quick drying. Their night time nappy was horrible (sorry earthbabies
)...it took YEARS to dry (well, it felt like it!) and was not absorbant enough for my ds (heavy wetter!)natural nappies
stocks only imported nappies (like totsbots etc)mothernature products
: not sure where these are made (their website doesn't say, but the earthbabies website says these are locally produced)...was give one of their nappies to try and it is lovely...bamboo terry, with poppers at waist and around legs. Thing is...as far as I know, you can't get bamboo fabric in SA?! Have been meaning to write to them anwyay to give them some feedback on their PUL wrap (not great).
Also there is stegi nappy
) -haven't seen or tried these.
Can also get imported bambino mio
nappies here (http://www.bambinomio.com/index.cgi?l=en&c=ZA&r=-+ZA
). Haven't seen or tried these either.
Don't know of any WAHM's making their own nappies, apart from me and my cuz Di (and we only made our own for our own kiddies)...help me out if I'm wrong on any of this, cousin Di?! We imported sherpa terry fleece from the USA, hemp (for our boosters) and cut up our old terry squares (bought at John Lewis in London) that we'd used as flat nappies for our first kids (Amy and Stuart) to sew into fitted nappies to use with boosters. Wraps; i use motherease airflow, Di uses Totsbots ones.
Have just bought some SA terry cloth (in a lovely shade of purple) to make another nappy for DD...just for fun