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Old 08-10-2017, 01:21 PM   #1
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How much wool?

I live in a fairly hot/humid climate and I remember with my last baby liking wool and breathable covers during the summer. Now that I'm having a baby girl I think it would be fairly easy to put her in dresses and just have the diaper/wool cover underneath. How many would I need? I'm talking hand knit/sbish type that I'd pull on. I think I have one sbish small and one underwoolies. I'm thinking at least 3-4 total? 2 to switch during the day, one or two for overnights?
I also have a few hand knit things, but they may be the wrong season/size.

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Re: How much wool?

If using exclusively, which I never did 😀, at least 2 for overnight because the take longer than 24h to dry in the summer/humidity. Day I would say 3 or 4 for similar reasons and cause you might want to wash more than 1 at a time.
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