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Natural Fiber cloth diaper inserts with athletic wicking jersey edges and snaps for easily attaching to one another for increased absorbency

Inserts: What's up with our inserts?

Choosing absorbency or inserts for your cloth diapers can be confusing. There are so many options that it can be difficult to know if you're choosing a good quality product that's going to last for the entirety of your cloth diapering experience.

Here at Kinder Cloth Diaper Co. we only stock the best natural fiber inserts. Made with high quality, ultra absorbent materials that go through a rigorous research and development period before we carry them in our shop. 

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Industry Opinion: Bailey of The Cloth Diaper Podcast Reviews our 2021 Modern Pocket Diaper

Industry Opinion: Bailey of The Cloth Diaper Podcast Reviews our 2021 Modern Pocket Diaper

Bailey of the Cloth Diaper Podcast reviews our 2021 Kinder Cloth Pocket Diaper.  We gifted Bailey, of the Cloth Diaper Podcast, two Kinder Cloth Diaper Pocket diapers from our Adventure collection last fall. A lot of things have changed since then, but you may still be able to find our 2021 fit on the pre-loved market. YouTube Description:  The Kinder Cloth Diaper is a pocket diapering system. Their diaper is now a larger shape and sizing than what I received in 2021. You might find this older style on the buy and sell or through their older prints and designs. Read...

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Our Artist Collaboration Series: Marina Solodka

Our Artist Collaboration Series: Marina Solodka

Marina is an illustrator and surface designer based in Ukraine, working with clients around the world. Her mission is to create modern vibrant prints and bright-eyed patterns for fabric, textile, bedding, homewares, kids apparel.

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Our Artist Collaboration Series: Laura May

Our Artist Collaboration Series: Laura May

Laura May is a printed textile and surface pattern designer based in Hertfordshire, UK. She has worked for several UK suppliers across a variety of products including greetings, home textiles and fashion accessories. She likes to start her designs with hand drawings and then finalize the repeat layouts and color ways in Adobe Illustrator.
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