Yard goods. 1 yard sections. $7.95 per yard.
We purchased rolls of fabric from a supplier making pocket diapers, so you know this is the right kind of polyester fleece. It is not as thick as our "Malden Mills" 200 weight polar fleece but it does the job for a bargain price and a little bit of your own handiwork to cut the rectangles. The edges do not need to be finished. Cut edges will be fine and will not unravel.
Very wide! 59" wide by about 36" for one yard makes about 27 liners of about 4.5"x12". That's less than 30 cents each.
Line your cotton diaper with this fleece and obtain dryness next to baby’s bottom since it allows the moisture to go through it but it doesn’t feel wet. It really works.
100% polyester. Made in China.
This item, after you cut it, is the white, thinner fleece on the bottom of the picture, compared to Malden Mills Fleece Liners.
Cutting the roll into yards at Green Mountain Diapers.
One yard is 36" by about 60"
Shown on the roll before we cut it.
We can custom cut longer contiguous sections of fabric to order. Please use the Contact Us link to let us know what you would like and we will provide instructions on how to order it.
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I used this to cut up my own liners. I think it made at least 27 liners (as stated in the description), if not more. This is the right kind of fleece and liquids pass through it instead of beading up. I had previously bought a fleece blanked from Walmart to cut up, like many other cloth diaper groups recommended, but it wasn’t the right type of fleece. Water just beaded up on that material which is worthless when it comes to using it as a diaper liner. This shipped quickly, as well.
I was able to make 32 fleece liners with one yard of this fabric (4.5x12in). Nothing beats the fleece on GMD’s stay dry liners, but this is a good alternative for a less than $0.25 a piece. We use these for daytime liners in our flats and it keeps my girls bottoms from turning red in between changes. I am also a fan of the fleece liners for easier clean up when spraying pooped diapers.