While snooping around on Etsy one day, I decided to type in 'Mama Cloth' to see what would pop up. I wanted to see some WAHM Mama Cloth. Boy am I glad I did!!
I stumbled upon MomsCrafts4U - A Canadian WAHM who makes some GORGEOUS looking Mama Cloth. She has some funky prints and I just HAD to try them out!
Veronica was on bored for a review, and I was thrilled to be able to test these babies out.
A little bit about MomsCrafts4U:
I am a Work-At-Home Mother of 2 & wanted a way to turn my hobby into something more, so MOMS CRAFTS 4 U is my store.
I have been a crafter for a good many years, so you can be rest assured that all of my items are QUALITY items. If you have any problems and/or questions, please contact me at momscrafts4u [!at] hotmail.com
I love to Sew, Craft and stitch to help support my family.
I was sent 2 - 8" pads in these beautiful prints. My first thought was "How pretty are these?" I showed my MIL and she agreed. I showed my sister... her response "Wow! I wouldn't want to ruin them!"
|Such a pretty print. Reminds me of spring.|
These pads are made of multiple layers of cotton and have a zorb inner and they are backed with fleece. They also snap with poly-resin snaps. The cotton top is very soft as is the fleece backing. These are super trim but are very absorbent!
I wore these on the 3 day of my cycle and they held up beautifully. I was not scared to go out of the house nor afraid of leaks. The fleece and snaps kept them in place. I could barely tell I was wearing them, since they are so trim.
|Backed with super soft fleece.|
When it came to wash time, I rinsed in cold and then washed in warm and they came out like new. No stains or anything. They came out perfect.
A great feature of these pads is the number system. Veronica has made it very easy to identify the absorbency for your mama cloth.
"1" - Liner Thickness (Flannel inner layer)
"2" - Regular Thickness (ZORB inner layer)
"3" - Heavy Thickness (ZORB & PUL Inner layer)
"O" - Organic Inner Layer
How great is that??
Overall these pads were my go to after the first couple of days of my cycle. I bet the 10" heavy would be awesome for overnight use!
Veronica's prices are also great. An ultra thin liner goes for about $4.50 USD and her Postpartum/Heavy pads are $11.50 USD. Most of her 8" pads are between $6.50 and $7.50 which is pretty darn good. They come in a variety of prints and fabrics plus if you want, you can create your own customize pads. ie absorbency, print etc. All you have to do is contact her!
I highly recommend these to anyone looking for a wonderful handmade Mama Cloth. I love supporting a fellow Canadian!
Thank you Veronica for introducing me to your wonderful products!
Please note, I was sent samples of the above mentioned product for review purposes only. All opinions are strictly my own and may differ from others. No monetary compensation was exchanged. If you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact me.