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I originally began cloth diapering my daughter in 2006. We did not last very long and weren't very succesful at it. When my first son arrived, my husband and I were determined and dove right into the cloth diapering world. We used and loved so many different types. No matter which type we used, we always found it hard to get those little baby pants over his adorable bum. When we bought him over sized pants, the long baggy legs got in the way of his moving and crawling. I began making him recycled pants to not only fit over his cloth but to enhance how cute his bum is. I soon discovered how valuable wool is for night time diapering. I now have three little ones and am enjoying putting my littlest one in fluff!

This is how Someday Sarah came to be!

  • Joined February 19, 2009

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Lambswool and Merino Recycled Wool, Recyled Fleece, Recycled Cotton shirts, Forgotten Yarns, Organic merino wool, merino wool, hand spun wool

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I originally began cloth diapering my daughter in 2006. We did not last very long and weren't very succesful at it. When my first son arrived, my husband and I were determined and dove right into the cloth diapering world. We used and loved so many different types. No matter which type we used, we always found it hard to get those little baby pants over his adorable bum. When we bought him over sized pants, the long baggy legs got in the way of his moving and crawling. I began making him recycled pants to not only fit over his cloth but to enhance how cute his bum is. I soon discovered how valuable wool is for night time diapering. I now have three little ones and am enjoying putting my littlest one in fluff!

This is how Someday Sarah came to be!

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