MadeOfFleece

Fleece covers, microfleece liners, and zorb II doublers

San Diego, California · 161 Sales

MadeOfFleece

Fleece covers, microfleece liners, and zorb II doublers

San Diego, California 161 Sales On Etsy since 2011

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Anonymous on Apr 13, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Super fast shipping. This is my 3rd time ordering from Cat. Happy repeat customer here! :)

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Last updated on July 29, 2011
"Made of Fleece" currently offers handmade fleece covers, microfleece/flannel liners, and microfleece/zorb 2 doublers. Currently listed items are ready to ship the next business day. Custom orders are more than welcome! I can cut, applique, sew almost anything. Just convo me! Please see my facebook for a portfolio of my work: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Made-of-Fleece/237779252916713

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Paypal is our accepted form of payment.
California customers will be charged state sales tax.
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We ship to anywhere in the continental US using USPS first class or priority mail. International buyers, please convo me.

** I cannnot be responsible for packages once they enter the world of USPS.
Refunds and Exchanges
** Returns and/or refunds are granted if:
An item has been grossly misrepresented, or
An item has a manufacturing error, or
For any other valid issue, PLEASE CONTACT ME! I will do my best to work out a resolution that satisfies both buyer and seller.

** Life-time guarantee
I offer complimentary mending (due to wear/use/abuse) of your store-bought item for the entire life of the item. You pay shipping.

** If you are pleased with your purchase and your transaction, let us and other potential customers know! Please remember to leave feedback.
Additional policies and FAQs
Some facts about fleece:
* Fleece is made of 100% polyester, much of which is from recycled plastic items such as soda bottles. Originally, fleece came from animals (like wool) but modern science and technology has improved it quite a bit.
* Fleece doesn't absorb water: that's what makes it a great diaper cover.
* Fleece doesn't absorb odors: no residual smells after washing.
* Fleece provides twice the insulation properties of wool and four times that of cotton: we use fleece longies at night.
* Fleece is light-weight and soft to the touch: no chaffing between the thighs with your active baby.
* Fleece breathes well: prevents diaper rashes, redness, and bumps, especially when used with a microfleece liner, an advantage to PUL and why we destashed the plastic.
* Fleece dries quickly: launders easily, an advantage to wool and why we destashed the wool.
* Fleece is very durable and lasts for many years without deformation of fabric; after numerous washes, it may "pill" (less so with anti-pill fleece) but that does not affect its function

Other reasons to use fleece:
* Economics: cheaper to buy than an equivalent wool
* Fashion: you don't need to maneuver yet another outfit over those fidgety legs, and why cover the cool applique or cute print, anyway!

Caveat: fleece will wick moisture from your baby to the other side. If there is nothing pressed against the outside of the cover, the moisture will just evaporate. If there is cloth on the ouside of fleece, it will feel moist but not be completely damp, unless the cloth inside is oversaturated. From reading and talking to other moms, this seems to be the biggest impediment to using fleece. My response is that the absorbant layers need to be fluffy enough and my experience is that my fleece has never leaked through, even while DD sits in the Ergo for many hours at a time. Actually, the only time DD has had a leak was through wool (brand will remain unnamed), but I don't blame the brand; DD had only a thinned, unreinforced Motherease One-Size.

I would be happy to entertain any further discussions regarding the use of fleece!

How to care for your fleece cover:

* Machine wash inside-out with the rest of your laundry, hot okay.
* Tumble dry, hang dry preferred for extended life.
* Do not iron or bleach
* Fabric softener is okay (increases its natural water repellancy ability)