Cloth pad, Eco friendly

PUL backed and windpro backed pads available

These are what I have been working on. They are available on Facebook group first before they are listed on etsy.  

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Cloth pad, Eco friendly

Starter set

Long story short, I have put together a starter set (5piece set) as shown in the pic. It is a good start for new cloth user and although it is cheaper to get a set, it will be all of the same print. I am pretty much buying fat quarters doe this. I will be offering my usual assymetrical pattern wih curved ends as well. In the pic there is 1 13″ overnight, 2 10″ moderates, 2 light/liners. What do you all think? If you are interested, look for Rumpbox closed group on Facebook and check out the fabric prints available for starter set. 

  And definitely message me for pricing. Right now only 13″ comes with hidden PUL but PUL can be added to moderates as well for a small up charge. 
Enjoy your period! 

Cloth pad, Eco friendly

Geeky nerdy pad is my thing

Finally took pictures of most of my fabric stash and posted on my Facebook group. Someone wanted two 13″ moderate pads made and I must say I love these. I should really make something for myself with some of my nerdy geeky fabrics…. But I already have so many pads…. I feel like this pad thing is like shoes. You must have many and still feel that it’s not enough lol

  

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Preparing for Valentine themed pads

This is what I have been working on. 4 different Valentine prints. It’s been a busy week with work and weekend with family and friends and it was not easy to squeeze in some sewing time but I did some sewing and proud to show you guys some progress pics. I do plan to adjust the pattern a little bit for new ones I will be making since these ones are extra flare and visually they look kind of wide. However I made a patchwork pad with the same pattern and used it myself and it felt fine and great with the flare coverage. What do you think of the pattern and the prints??

  Obviously they still need to be worked on. The turning flap needs to be closed and top stitched plus snaps. I am quite happy with how they all turned out especially with the wavy decoration stitch used for attaching the core. Well off to bed and will continue tomorrow…