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Love My Lady Cloth

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Sheralyn Lime    December 17, 2015
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My daughter is so young to be having to deal with this type of situation. Im going to make her a group for herself and hopefully she can share the pattern with her friends and their parents can make some too. Also sending to the Gambia in Africa to a village who uses dirty rags.infections are high. Thank you from the bottom of my heart.

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Nikki Perry    August 28, 2015
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I love this pattern!!! thank you so much for your brilliant instructions and beautiful pattern!

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Lilkajira    July 9, 2015
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LOVE this pattern! Made my first one tonight. Only thing I plan on changing is lengthening of the wings....they are just a tad short for my taste.

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sakuracj12345    May 6, 2015
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Do the clasps keep the lady cloth the underwear as well?
I need to know if there is something anchoring it to the underwear.

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QuiltingMamaNik  May 29, 2015
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The wings are where the snaps go they hold the cloth to the underwear. There are no snaps on the underwear

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sasann94    April 16, 2015
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Can you explain more how using cloth pads have helped with shorter cycle and less cramping?

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Sarah Cunningham  May 1, 2015
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The chemicals used in the production of disposable products are absorbed into mucous membranes, causing abnormal cramping and other irregularities.

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Sheralyn Lime  December 17, 2015
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Anytime we can use less chemicals on, in or against our beautiful bodies and the bodies of our children and family, it's a fantastic creation for us and our future generations to come. Love the Lady Cloth!

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justmamaj    March 31, 2015
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So I finished my first pad from this pattern tonight. I used the heavy pattern with 4 layers of flannel for the core.
My first impression was that the core doesn't come anywhere CLOSE to the edge. Although that DOES make sewing it up considerably easier.

Also the wings won't lay flat when it's flat. At first this irked me. Until I folded them under to mark snap placement. And realized that when snapped they lay perfectly flat and it doesn't mess with the contour! That's one of the things that has scared me off from using contoured pads yet.

Overall I'm happy with it, although it's not really long enough for my front-bleeding tendencies. I am gonna try the overnight one next, and depending on how it fits I may have to try to re-draw the front of the heavy pad to be symmetrical with the back...

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justmamaj  March 31, 2015
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I also wanna say this pattern is an INCREDIBLE value for just $1. Seriously.

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pattycakes4u    March 20, 2015
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I am wondering about the absorbency hold of fabrics. Can anyone suggest a certain type of fabric that is known for absorbency?

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Hannah Swinson  March 31, 2015
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https://www.facebook.com/groups/SewClothPads/ join this group awesome people there and they will be able to help you :)

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Nikki Perry  August 28, 2015
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Zorb and Zorb 2 are used in cloth diapers and are incredibly absorbent, but even just terry cloth or flannel can be very good when layered. ive been using cloth pads for a year and i had issues with disposables leaking but never have any issues with cloth pads with zorb or flannel cores. hope that helps!

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Kimberly Hight    March 6, 2015
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I have always had extremely heavy times.Are these hefty enough to handle heavy flow?

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Hannah Swinson  March 31, 2015
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yes they are :) just depends on what fabrics you use. https://www.facebook.com/groups/SewClothPads/ this group has lots of great resources

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Gretchen Schatz-Miller    February 23, 2015
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I am so thankful you have these. Long story short I have allergies to woman products. Enough said I am sure. thank you for having this

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Kirsten Eichler    August 6, 2014
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What length are each of these?