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Hello & welcome to my Lambie Love Shop! This listing is for a custom wool wrap. Once purchased, send me a message and we will decide what combination of colors you would like. I have nearly every color of wool on hand. Specialty wools with stripes and bright colors are not always available so message me before purchasing if you have very specific requests. Wrap will be lined with wool interlock.

The pictures/wools pictured are not guaranteed available. These are just to give you an idea of color combos. Please browse my other listings to get more ideas! I will do my very best to meet your requests! Please allow up to two weeks for custom listings to be completed and mailed.

All seams are serged with soft & durable polyarn to assure comfort for baby and also to prevent wicking.

One size fits most babies from approximately 7-35+lbs.


Wool is an excellent alternative to PUL cloth diaper covers. For babies who wet through their night-time diapers, wool is a perfect solution to keeping them dry all night. I found wool after several months of struggling with a soaking wet baby and crib every morning. Wool has truly become my love and obsession ever since.

How does wool work?
Wool has the amazing ability to repel and absorb. It can absorb up to 30% of it's weight in liquid and will not feel wet until it has soaked up 60% of it's weight. When we get our 16 month old girl up in the morning, her wool feels cool but never wet. In addition the absorbent abilities of wool, it also has antibacterial powers and will not harbor odor causing microbes. The porous nature of wool allows any moisture to absorb then evaporate into the air--never giving the moisture a chance to fester and cause odor. Because of this wool only needs to be hand-washed once per week unless soiled.

How do I care for wool?
Wool only needs to be washed once per week unless soiled. Washing your wool is incredibly simple. Mix a small dollop of lanolin and baby wash (Johnson & Johnson wash or Burt's Bees, whatever you have at home) with hot water in a small jar. Shake it vigorously until all the lanolin is dissolved. Fill a sink up with lukewarm water and disperse the lanolin wash you just made. Turn your wool inside out and submerge in the water. Massage the wool a little to release any buildup then let sit for 20 minutes. Drain the sink and gently squeeze (don't twist) water from wool. I like to roll my wool between two old bath towels and stand on it to remove most of the moisture. Let your wool lay to dry out of direct sunlight. Please do not machine dry, this will cause shrinkage.


Thank you for viewing my item! I truly love the world of cloth diapering and want to know my customers and fellow cloth diapering parents! Follow me on Facebook & Tumblr for great promos and some cloth diaper fun!
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Custom One Size Wool Wrap--Color Combo Made to Order--Wool Cloth Diaper Cover

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: upcycled wool, recycled wool, repurposed wool, lanolin, poly thread, diaper snaps, love
  • Made to order
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 378 reviews
  • Favorited by: 13 people