buying cotton cloth diapers...where?

Sarah - posted on 05/03/2009 ( 18 moms have responded )

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we are moving in a few weeks and, alas, our using a diaper service must end. We own all our diaper covers, and I'd really like to continue with cloth diapering. What is a good website to buy cotton diapers? thanks!!

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Sarah - posted on 05/22/2009

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This is my favorite store it's a local store here in the Valley (phx,az). www.wildflowerdiapers.com

Lise - posted on 05/19/2009

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We are making the switch too, and www.jilliansdrawers.com has a great program to try a great selection of new diapers for only $10.

Trying out a variety is really a huge help! One thing I discovered was Thirsties Fitted diapers. They go inside the covers so all the covers I bought for the service won't go to waste. However, I plan to only use those during 'low volume' times of the day. For nights and heavier times of the day, BumGenius 3 is turning out to be the best for us.

I am LOVING not dealing with Snappis anymore!

Christina - posted on 05/19/2009

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For pf's, I'm a fan of Little-lions. For AIO's, I hear BG's are good. I bought Kushie's when I was cd'ing my oldest, and then started making my own, so I haven't bought any diapers aside from pf's in ages. You can also find a lot of good diapers on www.hyenacart.com.

Kelly - posted on 05/17/2009

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I love SnapEZ.com You can get great pocket diapers as well as a variety of inserts and liners.

Peggy - posted on 05/17/2009

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I usually buy from cutietooties.com or softclothbunz.com. Both run some great sales!

Shannon - posted on 05/13/2009

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These are my favorite places: nickisdiapers.com; tinybirdsorganicbabytoys.com; babyworks.com I have bought all my diapers from these places and they are great. ;)

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We've just started buying from Tiny Tush because we use "pins & pants" with our chinese prefolds. So, when the Alexis Featherlight brand stopped making their pull-on covers; we started to search for some inexpensive covers and found them at www.tinytush.com. We've been happy with what they've sold us! They also have diaper wraps, diaper liners, diaper packages, fitted cloth diapers and so on. My advice would be to check them out!

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I am switching back to CD to save money, and little-lions.com has a seconds section that is a lot cheaper for Chinese/Indian prefolds. I haven't bought any yet so no info yet on their quality, but their description sounds as good as any other.

Kimberley - posted on 05/09/2009

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I've bought from Karen at Green Mountain Diapers for years now. She's wonderful and her prefolds are the best ever (sizing is different and fits babies so much better than the standard sizes).

Lyndal - posted on 05/05/2009

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www.momsmilkboutique.com

I have not bought online but i have gone into their local store. it is a small operation run by two sisters.

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