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beffys wrote:Do you want to test a super wetter Pass A Nappy then? I've been meaning to get some Pass a Nappy's made up in the new overkill fabric combo.
You can picks colours, size and everything (even hot pink lol). Check out Tanya's review though.
I think you're probably pushing your wool to it's limits though and by the time the dye leaked, the wool had probably soaked up and was holding a fair amount of moisture. Can't see you'll have much of an evaporation cycle happening there though.
beffys wrote:Yep snap in. I'll make the top insert wool topped as well as that's a natural stay dry layer. Still medium-trim?
beffys wrote:I'd say a large or large-trim then, certainly on the waist. The-large trim has the rise as a medium 18.5", the large 20". medium-long would probably be too small as well.
charlibunny wrote:Kirstyh wrote:I would go with what Judith says, put it on a cold wash and nip out and get some of the catcher sheets x
Ha ha nip out 30 min walk later whilst dying of an infected ear/tooth with 3 unwilling kids. Think i would rather chuck the nappy
How is Gracie? x