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Gem Cloth (USA)

Post  Obsidian on Tue Nov 15, 2011 3:42 pm

Gem Cloth
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Great Pads

Post  mistyriousone on Mon Oct 15, 2012 2:52 pm

I ordered the VARIETY PRINT DELUXE STARTER PACK which included two 12-inch overnight absorbency, two 10-inch heavy absorbency, two 9-inch regular absorbency, and two 8-inch light absorbency pads. These are really well made and very reasonably priced. I bought this set to build my stash since I was venturing out into the cloth pad world to use postpartum and they were soft and absorbent. I also liked the fact that I special requested that she didn't include pink in whatever she sent me since I don't care for the color pink (this particular pack was on clearance and has colors chosen by Michelle) and she was very nice about accommodating my special request. I would definitely buy more from GEM Cloth.

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Not good at all

Post  VaxilRae on Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:57 pm

This is my honest review of GEM cloth.

I had heard a lot of good things about GEM cloth and based on good reviews ordered a 6 pad starter set that came with two heavy day pads, two light day pads, and two pantyliners.

Based on the sewing, appearance, and over all quality of these pads I do not recommend them

For starters, the sewing is better than what I certainly could do; but compared to other brands, including non-premium brands, the sewing is fair at most. It looks as if the maker sewed about several layers of fabric, cut them into an identical shape, and sewed the raw edges together without folding them inside - making the edges pill, and leaving tiny little threads to peel off the sides.

Second, the velour top is sewn through the pad - leaving the wearer susceptible to leaks. the velour is also not sewn directly on the edges, but in a cross/ wavy stitch that does not even touch the edges of the cut out soaker layer - again leaving raw edges exposed - and leaving the pad more susceptible to wear and tear than any other brand I have bought.

While yes these pads are thin, the sewing is mediocre, and I cannot recommend Gem Cloth.


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Post  airbra on Mon Aug 11, 2014 5:51 am

Indian style air bra for the abroad wearing style..
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Re: Gem Cloth (USA)

Post  missnagi on Wed Sep 24, 2014 5:29 am

Your English is clear enough to make your question understood. You will find that the men here are tolerant and helpful. You are only a half inch shorter than I am. Levis, model 501 "shrink to fit" are the only jeans I can buy that do not need professional alteration. If you can find them at a good price, try to buy a 29 inch length and a waist size two inches larger than your real size. Wash them in the hottest water and dry them on the hottest dryer setting. Do it twice. It works for me. I usually wear polo shirts or button-down long sleeve shirts with jeans. Good luck.

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Re: Gem Cloth (USA)

Post  milady on Fri Sep 26, 2014 5:31 am

I would avoid Macy's as there is nothing there worth buying.

In that price range, at Nordy, you can probably find Hugo Boss and Ted Baker. Nordstrom's inventory will of course vary depending on the location but seeing as how you'll likely be going to the "Mother Ship" you should find a nice inventory.

Just a fyi, though more of a fashion brand, the Ted Baker suits are actually quite nice. They're made in Canada, pretty decent cut and nice fabrics. I've been purchasing more of their trousers and I love them. They too are made in Canada, the fabric feels great and they fit me perfectly. Good luck.

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Re: Gem Cloth (USA)

Post  missnagi on Wed Oct 15, 2014 1:55 am

Hi Friends,

Sewing before painting gives you the option to paint the thread. It also means that if you mess up while sewing, you do not ruin all the hard work you put into painting!

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