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A Heart For Home: Sew Silly Designs Cloth Diaper Review and Discount Code Giveaway

Tuesday, January 3, 2012

Sew Silly Designs Cloth Diaper Review and Discount Code Giveaway

Introduction: Sew Silly Designs is owned and operated by Kammie a work at home mama of two. Kammie began her cloth diaper business as a way to help her husband meet their financial needs and to build their vision for their family.

Selection: Kammie makes beautiful sized fitted diapers and all-in-twos. Sew Silly Designs also offers one size cloth diapers. All of Kammie's diapers are made with a print outer layer, cotton or organic bamboo velour inner layer, and a hidden PUL layer (AI2s) and hemp soaker fabric. (Simply click on the photos below to view each listing.)

Review: We received a super soft Overnight One-Size Fitted diaper from Sew Silly Designs to review.

I love the color combination of this fitted diaper. I also love how soft the fabrics are, especially the velour.

This overnight fitted diaper came with two inserts/doublers. Both are made from several layers of hemp. One is topped with the same super soft, moisture wicking velour as the inside of the diaper.

The diaper is serged around the edges with an enclosed elastic to make it super gentle on baby's little legs. There is also enclosed elastic along the back to help keep messes contained.

We've used this diaper on Eliya several nights and are pleased with the amount of moisture it holds. We use this fitted with PUL (Thirsties Duo Wrap) covers and have never had any leaking issues.

I have found that since this is a fitted diaper my husband is less likely to choose this diaper if he gets up with Eliya during the night. However, that is his personal preference as he feels like he is having to put on two diapers instead of just one. This issue is easily solved by placing this diaper on Eliya myself at bedtime and leaving another type of diaper (pocket, AIO) out for him to change her into in the middle of the night.

This diaper is a One Size diaper it fits both of our diaper wearer. It converts between sizes by a snap down rise. The snap placement allows this diaper to have three different rise options and multiple tummy and thigh settings. Because this is a fitted diaper it is a little bulky and therefore would not fit most newborns, however it should fit from around 10 pounds through potty training.

With one of the doublers in place this diaper is a good fit for Amelia (4 months). Eliya (22 months) can wear it with both doublers in place.

Disclaimer: I was a little concerned about the placement of the front snaps as they were attached crooked, but when I contacted Kammie she informed my that her sweet husband tried to help by allowing Kammie to work on her purchased orders and put the snaps on our review diaper by himself. All of the other diapers in Kammie's shop appear to have straight snaps :)

Connect: Sew Silly Designs on Etsy.

Buy It: You can purchase your own Sew Silly Designs Overnight Fitted Diaper for $23.00. Most of Kammie's other diapers can be purchased for around $15 each.

Giveaway: Kammie would like to offer one of our readers a 15% Discount Code to use at Sew Silly Designs. Please use the Rafflecopter form below to enter. (If you have any questions on how to enter, just leave us a comment with your email address and we'll try to help.)

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Blogger Suanna said...

What's the difference between an AIO and a fitted diaper?

I like the OS diapers. The fish one is cute.

January 4, 2012 at 10:23 PM  
Anonymous Audrey said...

Wow, those do look comfy!
I'm Audrey, from Motherly I'm in the Blogalina class with you. Maybe we can get to know each other better.

January 5, 2012 at 9:58 PM  

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