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County Cloth Creations (CAN)

Post  indigohoney on Thu Jun 17, 2010 9:39 pm

http://www.etsy.com/shop/countyclothcreations

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Nice pads

Post  Amy on Sun Sep 12, 2010 1:47 pm

I tried her 8.5 in pad with PUL, and found it to be soft and flexible and quite comfortable to wear. She is an easy seller to work with and made a custom order for me with no problems. I also ordered her double-pocket wetbag, which I also love. I haven't had any issues with leaks, even though the pad is pretty thin. Definitely worth a try!

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Re: County Cloth Creations (CAN)

Post  hangingonthread on Wed Jun 01, 2011 3:02 pm

Rating: 5

Value: Quality materials, nice prices, and wonderful sewing!

Customer Service: Superb service, very friendly.

Comments: Really love these pads! They are very absorbent yet aren't insanely thick. I've had mine for about 2-3 years and they are going very strong.
However, I really hate the "wool backing" on 2 of my pads. It shrunk and I've leaked through them twice. The wool backing isn't as "easy" as she says in her listing. Wool requires lanolin, so it isn't easy to care for and isn't baking soda soaking friendly either!
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fantastic pads

Post  Misfitintoyland on Tue Oct 04, 2011 8:30 am

I rated a 5


I currently have about 6 of her bamboo velour hand dyed pads and 2 of her cotton topped pads. I am a repeat customer also. She is awesome to work with. Her pads a comfortable, though they tend to be thicker than other cloth pads, but there is no worry of bleed through. I can wear these pads for a longer period of time than other cloth pads I have and her overnight length pads are fantastic. I highly recommend trying at least one!

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Re: County Cloth Creations (CAN)

Post  Obsidian on Tue Oct 18, 2011 11:54 pm

I think these might have been my first pad purchases that had a double snap... I believe it's done to help keep the pad in place, so that the wings can't shift... I've never really had any issues with other pads that have one snap, but that's fine, it does feel a bit more sturdy with 2 snaps.

My favourite of these is a velour topped one I have, which is in the category of pads that I like to have that are small and comfortable enough to wear when my period has finished but I want to wear a pad for another day just to make sure... or if I'm going out and want a substantial backup for a cup just in case. I have a smaller one which I wear just as a pantyliner (for everyday type use), and I more recently bought another which is a bit longer than the velour one, so I'm happy to wear that during my period on lighter days (I tend to need long pads).

Well sewn, comfortable feel, with a crotch width that isn't too wide (which is a problem I find in some other brands). Great choice in fabrics, and she seems to have a quirky sense of humour as she often has things like workmen prints on the pads Very Happy 5/5
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