Announcement Poverty affects people but it also affects periods. Using products longer than recommended and unsanitary items can lead to serious infection. We help provide healthy, reusable menstrual products to people in need.
Poverty affects people but it also affects periods. Using products longer than recommended and unsanitary items can lead to serious infection. We help provide healthy, reusable menstrual products to people in need.
Robin on Dec 10, 20215 out of 5 stars
i have never used cloth pads before but i have wanted to try it. i want to live a cleaner life with less waste and also save money. i bought from this shop because it supports a charity that provides reusable products to everyone and makes them afforable. i love them.
Courtney on Dec 3, 20215 out of 5 stars
I bought these because I'm tired of shelling out so much money every month just to throw them away! They shipped quicker than expected and arrived just in time haha I liked that there was a variety of sizes and thickness for my different flow days. Plus I love shopping small business that are doing good for the world!
Saving the world one cloth pad at a time.
I am Teysha Wheeler-LeManski, the CEO of Cloth Connection Outreach Charity (registered 501c3). We are always trying to think of more ways to help people and their period poverty struggles.
I designed the P.A.D.S. pattern to help raise funds for our free program but to also have a pad that is better for you and the environment. Requiring less water and quicker drying time means money saved and water and electricity saved.
Customer Service, Designer, Shipper
CEO of Cloth Connection Outreach Charity (501c3). We are on a mission to end period poverty in America! I created the PADS pattern and ship all the pads.
Cloth Connection Outreach Charity
CCO is a registered non-profit. We are always looking for ways to help more people learn about healthy reusable menstrual products and make sure everyone has access to them.
A supportive, talented seamstress
Farmington Hills, MI
CCO can not make their products (FDA rules) so we buy these amazing products from other makers in the USA.
FDA registered medical device manufacturer.
Sew Much TROUBLE
A supporter of CCO. Sew Much TROUBLE is a very talented seamstress.
Farmington Hills, MI
Owner of Teysha's Creations, and creator of this pattern donated to CCO to help fund their programs
Returns & exchanges
I gladly accept cancellations
I don't accept returns or exchanges
I accept returns I do not accept returns
I accept exchanges I do not accept exchanges
I accept cancellations I do not accept cancellations
Because of the nature of these items, unless they arrive damaged or defective, I can't accept returns for:
Frequently asked questions
Wash all items on cold with detergent to wash away any residue from sewing. Dry on low heat.
Rinse in cold water after using or fold up and dry store in bag until wash day. Cold wash with detergent (and water softener if you have hard water) then long hot wash with detergent. treat stains with peroxide or stain remover and rewash it. Laying it damp in the sun helps remove shadow stains too. Dry on low heat or lay flat to dry.
If you pads slip around, try tighter fitting underwear, or wearing bike shorts over top of you underwear.
Snapping the pad tighter may help if there's another snap.
If it's a PUL backed pad, Puffy Paint helps. Just a few dots or strips on the back help give it grip.