Rosie's Naps

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Post by garbanzo bean » Sat Aug 20, 2005 1:55 pm

Have been using the newborn size on our DD (Hire pack) and they were a perfect fit - for about 4-5 weeks and then she grew so quick they didn't fit so well. (She was born 8.7pounds). Most of her newborn poos were contained but the mere quantity of what came out of that bottom just had to get pushed out somewhere. They only thing I did notice was that she seemed, at times, to get quite hot and sweaty underneath them. as they fitted so snug. (not that that seemed to be a problem at all - no rashes or anything)

Umbilical scoop was absolutely great in that first week and they are really quick drying. Soooo cute they just make you feel clucky, excellent workman ship.
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Post by Angie » Sun Sep 11, 2005 3:53 pm

I just got the super soaker nappy for my almost three year old for night time use and I'm really impressed with it! I think I over-boosted it last night, expecting that I'd need all the boosting, but the nappy was barely damp on the outside and the snap-in soaker had done a brilliant job with only a touch of pee making it to the boosters underneath that.

There's heaps of room in the nappy, it dries fast and it's well made. Thanks Rosie! :)
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Post by Dragonfly » Sat Dec 03, 2005 8:26 pm

Got it Thursday, washed it Friday and put it on DD on Saturday.
For a second, I thought it might be too small, (I got a medium Hemp Velour) but it fit perfectly, and so trim!

I love it!!!! :smt060

Thank you Rosie!!
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Post by aylasmummy » Tue Jan 10, 2006 6:55 pm

I traded a nappy for a velour rosies fitted!!!and i could go on and on!!!LOVE IT!!!!Ayla wore it from 1 today and i only just changed it about 10 mins ago....The outside was wet but not REALLY wet.I love the feel,love the look and it performs reallyyyy well!!!This has to be one of my most favourite fitteds!!!!Just cant rave enough :) GREAT JOB ROSIE!!!!

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Post by Rosie » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:34 pm

LOL Glad you like it.

You have a prototype for my one size nappy. Originally I was going to do 2 sizes but have now adjusted the pattern to a one size :)

Shows how long it takes me to perfect a pattern. I have a few here and one out being tested. I'll have to do a more now.
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Post by aylasmummy » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:54 pm

ohh i think this mighta been one of your older type :-k .....its all blue with rainbow stitching..Do you not make these ones anymore?Cos i would soo buy another??

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Post by Razz » Tue Jan 10, 2006 8:56 pm

glad you like it Heather :D mmmm now i'm thinking i should have kept it for zach :wink: just kidding, i did love it too, just wasn't using it.
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Post by aylasmummy » Tue Jan 10, 2006 9:02 pm

hahah i more than like it i LOVE it!!!!:D thanks sooo much

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Post by Rosie » Tue Jan 10, 2006 9:09 pm

ohh i think this mighta been one of your older type .....its all blue with rainbow stitching..Do you not make these ones anymore?Cos i would soo buy another??


Yep I still make them. See the 'coming soon' section on my web site.

If only there were more hours in the day :wink:
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Post by ClothConvert » Tue Jan 10, 2006 9:40 pm

rosie kindly offered a tester to me (somehow that doesn't sound right but it's late I'm too tired to think properly) and.....

it is so good! It is one of very few one size nappies that are truly one size, I reckon. It fits Samuel well, as well as my skinny bunny Nathan. I love it too!

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Post by Happy@home » Wed Jan 11, 2006 8:24 am

Wow!
Sounds like a nappy for us, I've always wanted a one size that does kids who have sticks for legs. Yah!
I have to try one!
I have 2 Dc who are in the same size naps well in some varieties...
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Post by Mama-to-many » Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:11 am

Maybe I'll have to get some of those as well as small fitteds! Or do I just go one-size all the way? When are they coming Rosie?
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Post by Tinkerbell » Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:17 am

I absolutely love rosies naps for the fit and wait patiently(not) :lol: for the one size fitteds :wink:
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Post by Rosie » Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:26 am

OK, OK. I'm on to them.

I just can not decide on the inner fabrics maybe you guys can help. Would you prefer microflleece, velour or hemp inner. Also would you prefer a soaker that can be folded in for NB/small bubs and then snapped in for bigger bubs, or would you prefer different sized soakers for each stage, with stay dry layers. Option 2 would cost more.

Although velour isn't a staydry layer, it remains like new for ever. Microfleece can get ratty. Suedecloth isn't an option cause it doesn't stretch.
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I just can not decide.
Rosie

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Post by aylasmummy » Wed Jan 11, 2006 9:43 am

I dont think ill be much help BUT i always use a microfleece liner in all my nappies anyway incase of poos.....So i wouldnt mind the velour inner.Not sureabout the soakers :)

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