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Believe it or not, the first time I used cloth diapers on my baby I hated them, but today's cloth diapers are easy to use and so adorable that I'm hooked! Here's my journey from cloth loathe to cloth love.
Originally a WAHM (Work at Home Mom) cloth diaper business, Zany Zebra Designs is now your source for cloth diapering information and resources.
A collection of many of our amazing applique designs, our other great diapers, and photos of real children wearing our products.
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Cloth Diaper Articles
Cloth Diapers 101 will introduce you to the four main cloth diaper systems and help you get started with a system that works for you.
Today's cloth diapers are just as easy to use as disposables, plus they're so much better for your baby, your budget and the environment.
Wondering what "PUL" is, why you'd want a bamboo diaper and if hemp is legal for use in cloth diapers? Read about the fabrics generally used in cloth diapering and discover which will fit your child's unique needs.
This collection of free cloth diaper pattern resources will help you make almost everything you need to cloth diaper your child.
Handwashing cloth diapers isn't as unusual as you may think; here are the whys and hows of handwashing cloth diapers, including tips and tricks from the experts.
How many cloth diapers to buy depends on a number of factors and will vary from family to family. But don't worry; we've got all the information you need to find out how many cloth diapers YOU need.
We've gathered together FAQs (frequently asked questions) by families that are new to cloth diapers. These FAQ will quickly and easily move you from "new to cloth diapers" to "cloth diapering pro."
Over time you may notice that your cloth diapers no longer smell April fresh, even right after laundering. This usually means that they have build-up and need a good stripping. Don't worry, stripping is easy, we'll show you how!
Cloth diapering can be confusing at first but this article will get you started figuring out cloth diapering "lingo" and the main types of cloth diapers.
If you use cloth diapers on your baby eventually you'll have to was them. Don't worry, you CAN have fresh, clean diapers with a minimum of effort!
You don't have to be afraid of washing your wool diaper covers; follow our directions and you'll discover it isn't scary after all!
If you decide to cloth diaper you'll need a way to store wet and soiled cloth diapers until laundry day. You can use a wet pail, a dry pail, or a combination of both.
Wipes solutions are lots of fun to make, plus theyr cheaper and better for your child than buying commercial wet wipes. These solutions work great for sticky hands and messy faces too.
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