Mama Kloth Review #clothpads

So, by now you all know I’m a Cloth Pad user. I cant even begin to tell you, how awesome it’s been to use cloth. It’s so different from disposables in so many ways, good ways that is. Every woman should totally try switching over to cloth pads or a cup. 

Mama Kloth creates functional and modern cloth pads in a variety of pad lengths and absorbencies, from pantyliners to postpartum. A lot of natural fibers are used in the making of Mama Kloth pads, including bamboo, wool and organic cotton. Liners come in a variety of sizes from 6″ to 8″. Everything is handmade with love.

Mama Kloth - Cloth Pad Review @ SewFatty

Sizes Available:  7″|8″|9″|11″|13″

Light Liners: Pantyliner| Thongliners

Mama Kloth Facts:

Topped: 100% cotton, bamboo/organic cotton fleece

Backing (waterproof layer): water resistant fleece 

Watch the video on ‘how the water resistant fleece works’ 

Secure: Poly Resin applied with my heavy duty Kam Snap press.

Extra: Each pad has been quilted and topstitched with special decorative stitching.

 Absorbency : They are liner, so keep in mind they are not absorbent enough for your regular flow these are really meant for discharge, incontinence, or to use with a cup for extra coverage.

Workmanship : Mama Kloth are nicely sewn. Nicole pays attention to detail. The workmanship of her pads are fabulous from the placement of her snaps to the decorative stitching. Nicole recently added a tag to her pads which is awesome, great way to organize your pads by brands.

Style|Fit : Mama Kloth pads have a unique flare to them. In my opinion different from any other pads i’ve seen, they look like sharks to me {in a good way} I love to have a variety of shapes. I loved the fit with the exception that this size was a bit too short, other then that, fit is amazing. I have worn them with leggings and you can’t even notice them, which is a huge plus 🙂  

Not to mention Nicole  is always adding new fabric choices to her shop she has modern, and whimsical fabric choices. Picking fabric will be the hardest thing you have to do.

Overall: I absolutely love my Mama Kloth pads. They are thin, breathable, beautiful. What is not to love about them? Be sure to check Nicole’s shop on Etsy. She also sells pad wrappers, key fob, super cute sleeping masks. I have recently started my cycle again, so I will be adding more pads and liners to my stash.  

Care Instructions :

{Mama Kloth Recommendation} Rinse after use. Store in a bucket of cold water. Wash in cold water along with your other laundry or save for separate wash. Lay flat to dry or dry on low. The bamboo core is very absorbant so you may find just laying them flat to dry overnight works best as they may still be damp when your other laundry is dry. 

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Deema Celebration Giveaway !!

Happy Monday Everyone!!

Diane Owner and Creator of Deema is Celebrating her Birthday week by offering you all 2 full yards of Cotton Velour Fabric in Classic Rainbow Colour Way on Pool and Classic Rainbow Clolour Way on Pomegranate to two lucky winners.

What can you make or do with this fabric?? 

(ex. cloth diapers, burp cloths, blanket, nursing pads really whatever you want)

 Deema uses all natural fibers, that are CPSIA certified. We hand cut these fabrics to make the most out of the natural variations of the fabric and to optimize procion color uptake. My favorite types of fabric to dye are Bamboo velour, Bamboo fleece, Cotton Sherpa, Cotton flannel, hemp jersey and Cotton Diaper service Quality prefolds! As each batch of dye is hand mixed in small quantity to ensure the correct hue, as is each cut of fabric is placed with care onto the surface medium. With this there are natural color and fiber variation, no two applications are alike and this creates a semi custom and completely unique end product each time! I offer cotton, bamboo and hemp hand dyed, in new and traditional designs and uses. Also combining pre-made, pre-loved and other WAHM made products to provide for a truly unique and very personal finished product.


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Sunshine Hybrid Cloth Diaper Review


Hybrid Fitted’s are the “IT” thing right now in the cloth diapering world. If you don’t know what a Hybrid fitted is you might want to read my “What is a Hybrid Fitted”?

I had the opportunity to review Sunshine Cloth Diapers, Hybrid Pocket Fitted. I can’t wait to tell you all about it, as this was my first experience with a Hybrid Fitted.

Here is a note from the WAHM behind Sunshine Cloth Diapers :

Hey Sunshines!

This is Deja, here to share to story of how this business came to be! It all started with one little Sunshine, Jaylen. When I was introduced to cloth diapering I had a hard time finding the right diaper for my little Sunshine. A system of pocket diapers, and hybrids became my saving grace. I started wondering, I wonder how I can make this system better. With time , trial and error Sunshine Cloth Diapers was born! I have enjoyed making patterns that catered to the needs of my Sunshine, and that work well for others as well. Sharing my love of cloth diapering on Youtube, is where this journey started:

I love any and everything cloth diapering and have turned that passion into a small business!! 


I currently sell fabric, and notions/supplies to make diapers of your own!

Deja is currently going to nursing school and has stopped making diapers for now 🙂




Sunshine Hybrid Facts:

  • sunshine4One Size fits most.
  • 10lbs – 35lbs
  • Snap Closure
  • 3 snap rise
  • Outer fabric cotton knit inner fabric cotton velour
  • Encased elastic
  • Comes with a 5 layer of organic hemp fleece insert

Lil Bam Bam’s Stats:

  • 16 months old
  • 25 lbs.
  • Sensitive skin
  • Heavy Wetter at night
  • Active baby

Fit: Bam Bam looks amazing in his new hybrid pocket fitted. It wraps arounds his legs nicely without any gaps (as you can see in the pictures below) we currently use it on the second snap row. You can’t really tell based on these pictures but this diaper is very trim, granted the insert is not very thick either, but due to it being a natural fiber hemp it is very absorbent. The fit on bam bam is amazing I love it.

Absorbency: I prepped my diaper pocket once and hemp insert twice before using. First day I put diaper on bam bam was at 9:08pm kept it on till 11:08pm due to him pooping that was still 2 good hrs of being a dry diaper. It was not damp at all, he was actually sitting on our coach no problem. (Something you really can’t do with a regular fitted). We also used at night with an extra booster and PUL cover and worked amazing, the diaper was soaked in the morning but that’s to be expected since it’s on all night. Also due to the fact that it’s a pocket you can stuff it as much as you need which is another plus. During the day we did not use a cover due to it having that extra layer of fleece, so we got to show off our super cute print.

Overall, Sunshine Cloth Diapers hybrid pocket fitted is currently one of my favorite diapers. It has become one that I reach for, and wish I had a few more to alternate. I love that they are breathatble, trim, cute prints, stretchy, adjustable, and of course my son looks adorable in them. The only downside to the cute prints is that it’s a knit cotton so the material is thin and I’ve been drying it in the dryer since I received it and there is now a couple holes around the edges 🙁 Also with the snaps you just have to be careful that you don’t pull to hard since it can potentially rip the fabric. Other then we love our hybrid fitted.



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