Myecobaby

Myecobaby

New Providence, New Jersey · 9893 Sales

Myecobaby

Myecobaby

New Providence, New Jersey 9893 Sales On Etsy since 2010

5 out of 5 stars
(3216)

Shop owner

Gabriela

Contact

Announcement   If you want CUSTOM ORDER you can contact me directly and I will set up Reserved listing for you, or you can purchase Custom order listing.
I will gladly work with you creating nice woolies with any color or applique you want:)

How to correctly measure your baby for custom order:
Waist (all the way around the waist above hips, when relaxed)
Rise (front top of diaper, through legs to back top of diaper)
Thigh (all the way around the chunkiest part of the thigh)
Inseam (from where inside of leg and diaper meet, all the way down to where the foot meets the floor)

If you are first time buyer on ETSY here is helpful guide for your first purchase:
http://www.etsy.com/help_guide_checkout.php
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How to wash and lanolize your wool:

Lanolizing wool covers and longies is easy. You can lanolize a cover in about 15 minutes. You don't need to wash wool diaper covers every time they are used. If you are using them in rotation with other covers and airing them out between uses you will likely not need to wash them more than once every week or two.

When you wash your wool diaper cover, use a gentle soap designed for wool care. You can use a small amount of baby shampoo or a lanolin rich wool wash.

If you are using a lanolin rich wool wash, you will only need to lanolize your covers about every 3 weeks. You'll know the cover needs more lanolin because it will begin to leak or smell bad.

First, wash your cover or longies gently in wool safe soap and warm water. Don't agitate them too much or subject them to rapid temperature changes. This will cause the wool to tighten up, shrink and "felt." Gently press the water out and then set the wool diaper cover or longies aside for a moment.

Second, prepare your lanolin. Use good solid lanolin, add a little hot water to a clean sink or bowl. Add about 1 teaspoon lanolin and a few drops of baby shampoo. Swirl it around until it mixes into the water. Your water will now appear cloudy. Add just enough warm water to submerge the cover or longies.

Third, place the wool diaper cover in the sink and allow it to soak for 15 minutes or longer. Overnight is good. Gently drain out the water and wrap the cover in a towel to remove as much moisture as possible.

Finally, allow your cover to air dry.

That's it. You now have a freshly lanolized wool cover.

Announcement

Last updated on Jan 14, 2017

If you want CUSTOM ORDER you can contact me directly and I will set up Reserved listing for you, or you can purchase Custom order listing.
I will gladly work with you creating nice woolies with any color or applique you want:)

How to correctly measure your baby for custom order:
Waist (all the way around the waist above hips, when relaxed)
Rise (front top of diaper, through legs to back top of diaper)
Thigh (all the way around the chunkiest part of the thigh)
Inseam (from where inside of leg and diaper meet, all the way down to where the foot meets the floor)

If you are first time buyer on ETSY here is helpful guide for your first purchase:
http://www.etsy.com/help_guide_checkout.php
--------------------
How to wash and lanolize your wool:

Lanolizing wool covers and longies is easy. You can lanolize a cover in about 15 minutes. You don't need to wash wool diaper covers every time they are used. If you are using them in rotation with other covers and airing them out between uses you will likely not need to wash them more than once every week or two.

When you wash your wool diaper cover, use a gentle soap designed for wool care. You can use a small amount of baby shampoo or a lanolin rich wool wash.

If you are using a lanolin rich wool wash, you will only need to lanolize your covers about every 3 weeks. You'll know the cover needs more lanolin because it will begin to leak or smell bad.

First, wash your cover or longies gently in wool safe soap and warm water. Don't agitate them too much or subject them to rapid temperature changes. This will cause the wool to tighten up, shrink and "felt." Gently press the water out and then set the wool diaper cover or longies aside for a moment.

Second, prepare your lanolin. Use good solid lanolin, add a little hot water to a clean sink or bowl. Add about 1 teaspoon lanolin and a few drops of baby shampoo. Swirl it around until it mixes into the water. Your water will now appear cloudy. Add just enough warm water to submerge the cover or longies.

Third, place the wool diaper cover in the sink and allow it to soak for 15 minutes or longer. Overnight is good. Gently drain out the water and wrap the cover in a towel to remove as much moisture as possible.

Finally, allow your cover to air dry.

That's it. You now have a freshly lanolized wool cover.

Gabriela

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Gabriela

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Reviews

Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(3216)
Katherine Wells

Katherine Wells on Feb 21, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

Wonderful, thank you so much!

Katie Austin

Katie Austin on Feb 21, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

As always, working with Gabriela was a delight and a complete breeze! Excellent communication, incredibly fast shipping, and well made and adorable woolies; I couldn't be happier, I'll definitely be back to order more!

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About

Meet the owner of Myecobaby

Since I was a little girl,sewing was something that fascinated me. Growing in Slovakia I learned how to sew and knit and it quickly became my hobby. Working and creating something with my own two hands was very rewarding to me.
I moved to US in very young age.Having my three boys I decided to be stay at home mom and take care of my children.I made my first wool diaper cover for my then 8 months old son,and I felt in love with the idea of cloth diapering. Being echo friendly was my priority.
I decided to open my Etsy shop and offer my own creation to all of cloth diapering mothers,it soon became my obsession.I prefer to work with wool,using upcycled wool sweaters and creating wonderful diaper cover pieces.
I love what I do and I hope many of you will enjoy my covers.
Thank you all for being my loyal customers and making it all possible :)
Love & Peace

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  • Gabriela

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Shop policies

Last updated on February 10, 2017
Hello,and welcome in my shop,I am so happy you found me.All items in Myecobaby are handmade,combination of recycled and new material.

Accepted payment methods

  • Pay with Visa
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  • Pay with American Express
  • Pay with Discover
  • Pay with PayPal
  • Money Order
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Payment
Paypal is the quickest way for receiving your payment and for you to receive your product.Other way for you to pay is Money order or check.Note that with that transaction your product will be taking longer to be shipped.
Shipping
I ship all items First class through USPS including tracking number. That should take within 24 hours of payment. If there is a problem I will contact you. If you wish to add insurance ,Priority mail or delivery confirmation contact me please at the time of purchase.
You will pay for shipping and handling.
I am not responsible for lost mail.
Refunds and Exchanges
If you are for some reason not happy with your item,please contact me and I will refund your money.Item you want to return MUST be in original condition,unwashed and unworn.Buyer pay for the shipping cost of returned item.
Restocking fee of $3 will be charged with each returned item.That will cover my re-listing fee and Etsy and Paypal sale fee.
All returns are accepted up to 30 days from purchase.
If you dont pay for your item up to 24 hours I will cancel sale.
No return on custom order.
Additional policies and FAQs
I am happy to make custom items of your choice.