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Postby evansmummy » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:11 am

What do you prefer - t&t or serged....TIA ladies x

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Re: DnF

Postby Kirstyh » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:18 am

I much prefer serged, it is just such a good fit on Gracie and I think it looks nicer.
A lot of people like t&t for the same reason though :wink:

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Re: DnF

Postby *tinkerbellarella* » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:21 am

on boys, so far i prefer t and t, i think serged can look a bit frilly but that's only my opinion. we've not tried a serged dunk n fluff, but may do in the next co op. i need to see more serged boy pics b4 i'm convinced i think (sorry to those who bought serged for there sons...)

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Postby weefywoo » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:22 am

I have both and have to say I'm preferring the serged! As Kirsty said they look nicer and seem to have a better fit :D

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Re: DnF

Postby leal123 » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:45 am

*tinkerbellarella* wrote:on boys, so far i prefer t and t, i think serged can look a bit frilly but that's only my opinion. we've not tried a serged dunk n fluff, but may do in the next co op. i need to see more serged boy pics b4 i'm convinced i think (sorry to those who bought serged for there sons...)


WSS, but I might go for a serged next time just to see

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Re: DnF

Postby rhead » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:47 am

While we're on the subject, for a 25-lb 2+ year old, would you go for M or L? Are the measurements fairly accurate (thinking the knit ones would apply to an all-OBV nappy)?

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Re: DnF

Postby Saskia » Mon Mar 29, 2010 8:59 am

I have been meaning to ask, is there any difference in performance between the two - or is it just down to aesthetics and fit on the individual? Which is the trimmer fitting?

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Re: DnF

Postby Louise » Mon Mar 29, 2010 9:08 am

We have both and although I generally prefer T&T nappies I like both types of DnF on Katie.

rhead wrote:While we're on the subject, for a 25-lb 2+ year old, would you go for M or L? Are the measurements fairly accurate (thinking the knit ones would apply to an all-OBV nappy)?


I'd go for Ls. OBVs are similar to knits although seem a bit bigger. Katie is 28lbs and just about fits in the M OBVs ( on the loosest snaps for legs) but the knits give her a builders bum. All of her new ones are L OBV and they fit perfectly on the tightest settings).

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Re: DnF

Postby evansmummy » Mon Mar 29, 2010 10:22 am

rhead wrote:While we're on the subject, for a 25-lb 2+ year old, would you go for M or L? Are the measurements fairly accurate (thinking the knit ones would apply to an all-OBV nappy)?


You know my recommendation :giggle:

Like i said before, i could never understand why everyone raved about DnF and i had mediums....but now i have a large i do :giggle: Mediums where tight on Evan and he out peed them in an hour no matter what i did...the large is totally different and im in love!!!

Thanks for all the advice...i do have a serged already and love it...just ordering a few more now, and am trying to decide whether to get a T&T or not...there slightly more expensive so wanted to know if your getting anything for that extra bit...i do love love my serged though :mrgreen: I hate making my mind up when it comes to nappies :giggle:

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