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Dr. Who themed mini stocking

Dr. Who mini stocking now available at http://www.clothpadshop.com/usa/store/rumpbox/Flat rate shipping $3 for USA! Will ship worldwide. Don’t forget coupon code SUMMER2017 for 10% off!

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A chance to win a free cloth pad 

Rumpbox will be giving this 10″ moderate pad away once we hit 250 members! We are not far from it. So please come join us and invite a friend to join as well at https://www.facebook.com/groups/Rumpboxgroup

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PUL backed and Windpro fleece backed menstrual pads now available!

Want to own any of this? Join my Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/Rumpboxgroup/
#mamacloth #rump #rumpbox #period #menstrualpad #ecofriendly #thediychick #soft #paddict #sewing #clothpad #reusable #cotton 

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April 2017 RUMP Sale!

April 2017 sale has started! with coupon code APR15OFF, you will get 15% discount on all items thru RUMPBOX etsy store. Sales ends April 30 2017. Dont miss it!

Make sure you enter the coupon code at checkout. Do not send me a private message of the coupon code after you have finalized the purchase.

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My new design

I want to show off my new design here but it’s really a Rumpbox pad design by TheDIYchick. These are 10″ pads and I will be making some 12-13 inches, Slidell wider ones for overnight use. They are so cute and remind me of little angel pads lol 

  

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Rumpbox

So I have come up with a new name for all my pads…. It should all be labeled under the name Rumpbox – box full of reusable menstral pads. And I have created a new blog for this. 

Check out the new blog! Give me some love there too and all new rump related projects will be posted there instead. You want to add that to your favorite too!

http://Rumpbox.wordpress.com
Thank you everyone for your support. New year, new name, frest start! 2016! Namaste 

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My first custom order request and postpartum cloth pads

I’m happy and excited to say that I have received and finished my very first custom order for cloth pad by TheDIYchick. Although I did not get this request thru etsy – probably has to promote it a lot more- I have gained one local customer. That is right, she is one lovely mother to be and is close enough we can arrange a pickup! 

I have put in 2 layers of diamond zorb, 2 layers of diaper flannel for core. The tops are luxurious cotton velour (a real pain fabric to sew since it is stretchy!!) and back with cotton fabrics (the pretty side you see in the pic). I am not sure how many people who make cloth pad actually hand stitch the turning hole with invisible stitches but I did. Because that gap that appears even after you turn and top stitch just bothers me.  Turning these are not easy either since the core is quite thick but they turned out good. Anyhow one last thing to add which are the snaps (red or black) and they are ready! Now back to sewing my secret projects 🙂 once they are done you will all see it on my blog as well as etsy and Facebook. 

For now enjoy the following beauties. I must say, it does reminds me of my postpartum period… Feeling like a zombie walker and craving sushi all the time lol. 

  

   

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Avengers assemble!

My new addiction out of many others has been sewing cloth menstrual pads. I have sewn many and still not enough for my cycle without washing… So I’m going to “just keep sewing, just keep sewing!”.  I have made an avenger baby blanket for a friend, with the left over fabric, I made some menstrual pads using rocket bottom patterns. These are good for regular flow days. Avengers assemble!  

 
The green Minky one is the only Minky top I have made , still got to try it out myself.  I must say I’m getting better and better at this. 🙂 I have also created some tags for my etsy store. The avengers are going to hit etsy soon.  What do you all think about reusable menstrual pads? Would you give it a try??