Our new collection of cloth nappies are finally here! These are one-sized pocket nappies that are suitable from infancy all the way to potty training. Simply adjust the snaps to get the correct fit. Inserts (absorbent part) are stuffed inside the pocket of the nappy shell.
Suitable from 4.5kg-18kg
Thicker waistband elastic for comfort
Lined with soft, buttery fleece to keep baby's bum feeling dry
Inner double gussets - additional barrier against side leaks
Belly band - strip of PUL to avoid front wicking or leaking
Pocket shell only - $12.95
Pockets shell with ONE insert (bamboo mix) - $13.95
Pockets shell with ONE insert (4-layer hemp cotton) - $16.95
Pocket shell with TWO inserts (newborn + regular bamboo mix insert) - $17.50
Pocket shell with TWO inserts (hemp cotton + regular bamboo mix insert) - $ 21.95
Why do we recommend two inserts?
Around 3-6 months time when babies tend to wee more, one insert is not enough. When bub is saturating the first insert, it's time to add another to boost absorbency. If you are purchasing the hemp and bamboo mix bundle, place the hemp insert underneath the bamboo mix insert. Hemp is a slower absorber but can hold more moisture. You can also purchase additional inserts here.
Can I use these nappies from birth?
In reality our one-sized nappies may be too big to get a snug fit on a teeny tiny newborn. These will fit more nicely a few weeks after birth. You may prefer our Daisy and Belles newborn nappies for a smaller option.
How do I prep the nappies?
Soak the inserts overnight. Wash with detergent prior to use.
How to wash the nappies?
1. Remove soiling
2. Prewash- warm cycle, 40° Celsius (do not exceed 60°), 30-60 min
3. Main wash- warm cycle, 40° Celsius (do not exceed 60°), 1-2 hrs
4. Line dry shells in shade (DO NOT TUMBLE DRY), inserts can be machine or line dried
We offer a six month warranty on all of the nappies we stock from your date of purchase. This covers any loose, broken or missing snaps, stitching faults or defects on workmanship. This does not cover pilling, stains, odours. See full details here