Thinking about switching to cloth pads? 10 common questions answered and tips for getting started!

Thinking about switching to cloth pads? 10 common questions answered and tips for getting started!

The Ultimate Guide to Reusable Menstrual Supplies (6 Different Brands Compared + Win Your Own Stash Worth Over $300!) - Red and Honey

The Ultimate Guide to Reusable Menstrual Supplies (6 Different Brands Compared + Win Your Own Stash Worth Over $300

The Ultimate Guide to Reusable Menstrual Supplies (6 Different Brands Compared + Win Your Own Stash Worth Over $300!) - Red and Honey

Get Luna Wolf's cloth pad pattern for FREE. Don't pay money for Happy Moons pattern that is 100% copied from Luna Wolf.

Get Luna Wolf's cloth pad pattern for FREE. Don't pay money for Happy Moons pattern that is 100% copied from Luna Wolf.

Mama cloth - which fabric is right for you? Discussing the pros and cons of three popular cloth pad fabrics - minky, bamboo velour, and cotton.

Which Cloth Pad Fabric is Best for You? {Part One}

Mama cloth - which fabric is right for you? Discussing the pros and cons of three popular cloth pad fabrics - minky, bamboo velour, and cotton.

make your own cloth pads - lots of patterns - easy to clean, no harmful chemicals

make your own cloth pads - lots of patterns - easy to clean, no harmful chemicals

Mama Cloth - how many cloth pads do you need?

How Many Cloth Pads Do You Need? - The Anti June Cleaver

Replace disposable products with reusable ones. You'll save a lot of money in the long run, and do something good for the environment!

Replace Disposable Products with Reusable Ones

Replace disposable products with reusable ones. You'll save a lot of money in the long run, and do something good for the environment!

Want to give it a try and make your own pads? Try this step by step tutorial with free printables! Pin now for later

Make Your Own - Cloth Menstrual Pads tutorial

Want to give it a try and make your own pads? Try this step by step tutorial with free printables! Pin now for later

When you print your pattern, you’ll want to do it twice.  Cut one copy for the whole pad pattern, this will be used with your cotton velour, PUL, and decorative fabric.  The other will be for the soaker (cut around the dotted lines), that you’ll use for your absorbent fabric.  This greatly reduces bulk when you turn and topstitch.

When you print your pattern, you’ll want to do it twice. Cut one copy for the whole pad pattern, this will be used with your cotton velour, PUL, and decorative fabric. The other will be for the soaker (cut around the dotted lines), that you’ll use for your absorbent fabric. This greatly reduces bulk when you turn and topstitch.

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