New Ecobubs Wool Pocket

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Post by pixeldust » Fri Jun 13, 2008 6:23 pm

We have a red/cream stripe and it has basically no pilling at all and looks still almost brand new after a few months of constant use. The wool is definitely holding up better than the original (even though I'm still using Ecostore powder :oops:)
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Post by VanJeffery » Fri Jun 13, 2008 7:01 pm

VanJeffery wrote:
Janie wrote:Please forgive me for being a wee bit dense :oops:

But how can a wool covered pocket act as a soaker? Doesn't the wool sit on top of the PUL? How does the wool have any effect at all? I guess it would be a bit warmer. But wouldn't a soaker that covers any gaps at the legs or waist be better?


The wool does wick :D Other than that, I have no idea why it works :lol:


DOESN'T

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Post by Tweedle » Fri Jun 13, 2008 7:45 pm

Lily and Jack's Mum wrote:Figured it out myself! So the stripes is a wool blend meaning it has some acrylic?


Correct! :D

Just to clarify the NEW pockets - the colours are:

*Ruby Stripe
*Chocolate & Baby Blue stripe
*Navy Stripe
*Cream (which is solid but still the same fabric as the other stripes)

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Post by Katriana » Fri Jun 13, 2008 8:07 pm

Bumbles actually have all the new ones in stock now and Paula probably hasn't had time to take the old ones off the website.

I was there the day she got the new stock and took the old stock off the shelves.

If you PM her (navarri) I'm sure she will let you know which clolours/sizes she has

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Post by Miss Shelley » Fri Jun 13, 2008 8:17 pm

Katriana wrote:Bumbles actually have all the new ones in stock now and Paula probably hasn't had time to take the old ones off the website.

I was there the day she got the new stock and took the old stock off the shelves.

If you PM her (navarri) I'm sure she will let you know which clolours/sizes she has


:) great thanks for letting me know, off to pm her now
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Post by Tweedle » Fri Jun 13, 2008 8:38 pm

we have all colours/sizes in stock too :wink:
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Post by Miss Shelley » Fri Jun 13, 2008 8:42 pm

Tweedle wrote:we have all colours/sizes in stock too :wink:


:) I've got a credit for Bumbles thats why I'm looking there first but if I can't get them I will definitaly have a lookie there! :wink:
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Post by mandli » Fri Jun 13, 2008 9:57 pm

VanJeffery wrote:
mumoftwo wrote:I was thinking about getting a couple from Bumbles, but how do I know if they are old ones or new ones? Bumbles has blush, Moss or Ocean, if that helps

:shrug:


The new wool ones are all stripes, except the plain cream. Blush, Moss and Ocean are all solid colours.


If you were going to go for these, go for Ocean, it didn't have the same issues as some of the blush/moss ones.
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Post by Miss Shelley » Fri Jun 13, 2008 10:21 pm

Thanks for the tip mandli :)
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Post by Wisegirl » Wed Jul 09, 2008 4:15 pm

I received my (well Peyton's) new night nappy in the mail yesterday.

I just have to say that after owning one of all the different types of Ecobubs wool pockets there have been, the wool on these look very hard wearing!

Awesome that Bec has got the wool milled especially for these nappies. :smt023

Love the stripes too! :)

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Post by ms.belinda » Fri Aug 22, 2008 9:31 am

I've had probably all the different types of Ecobubs wool pockets too, and the stripes ones have NO pilling and are wearing very nicely. LOVE LOVE LOVE'em!
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Post by Lily Jack and Meg's Mum » Fri Aug 22, 2008 11:31 am

I have just ordered six :oops: . It was my not using disposables while away at all compromise. Jack wore a sposie the other night after been at my mums and in the morning it was yuk and sqishy and stinky and we only have 3 large fuzzis that we use as night naps which is a bit of mission to get them washed dried and ready use for the second night. I also got three metres of bamboo from a lovely naki girl and another lovely one is going to overlock it for me!!! Will let you know how I get on.

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Post by aidanasher » Wed Dec 17, 2008 10:01 pm

does anyone had any prob with snap on their baby blue/chox stripe ones?

with ours, one of the snaps tore away from the wool and i've noticed on TP, Monty's selling hers that has a couple of holes around one of the snaps as well. i understand it must have been from the pulling when nappy is on (KWIM?)

it doesn't effect its use but never had this prob with any other colour before.. :roll:

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