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Old 03-23-2013, 08:53 AM   #1
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My Hubby works in lawncare and has been laid off over the winter.. due to financial strain from this I had to sell all my cloth diapers when DS was a couple months old .... Now he's starting to get rashes from the disposibles and I'm trying to rebuild my stash as cheaply as humanly possible. If you have any extras lying around we sure could put them to good use. Please let me know if you could help! I can pay shipping and $1-$2 per dipe... I'm looking for pockets, prefolds, flats, covers and any inserts/accessories. Well-loved is fine as long as they work I have a sewing machine and i'm currently trying to make some tshirt pf's .. but I have no snappis, pins or covers for them So, I can repair diapers if they need it.

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Have you thought of using Wal-Mart or Target flour sack towels? They work like flats or prefolds.

I think it's a 4 pack for $4.99, which would probably be less than paying $1-2 a diaper abd shipping, plus worrying about repairing them and that cost.

Then, all you would need are some covers.
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Have you thought of using Wal-Mart or Target flour sack towels? They work like flats or prefolds.

I think it's a 4 pack for $4.99, which would probably be less than paying $1-2 a diaper abd shipping, plus worrying about repairing them and that cost.

Then, all you would need are some covers.
Yeah that!

I have a Medium baby blue FB that is delaminating at the crotch, if you want it, I could take $3. Just to cover shipping and fees. Lmk, mama. You could also use this as a cover? It would get you by.
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Re: ISO Stash for my 10mth old Son

That's a great idea! Thanks
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I have 8ish econobum covers. Two are new seconds. The others are well loved the elastic is relaxed. Honestly I haven't used them in over a year and I'm not home to take pictures. I was going to list them for $12ppd. Also I have a ton of receiving blankets and I could do flat rate box ffs.
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Re: ISO Stash for my 10mth old Son

I have 2 purple Kawaii covers, $2 each plus shipping, EUC and I will throw a 3rd one in for free that you might use as a swim diaper, the pull on the 3rd one doesn't seem good to me but you could try it and see if you could get come use out of it. Just PM me if interested!
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I have half a dozen boy FB (medium) with relaxed elastic. Could use new elastic. I'd sell cheap!
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I have half a dozen boy FB (medium) with relaxed elastic. Could use new elastic. I'd sell cheap!
How much were you thinking?
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$16ppd.?
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