Archive for March, 2012

This lovely mini wet bag is great for carrying your cloth pads when out and about.  Made with quilters cotton and an internal wet proof lining (PUL) it is just the right size to fit into your handbag.  You can purchase this bag instore once Clothcycle reopens on the 14th April.

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Vacation time

Clothcycle Store will be closing for vacation on the 26th March and reopening mid April 2012.  Hoping the weather holds up for our camping trip!

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The Fantail

The Fantail pad is available for purchase in store!  With a length of 32cm/12″ and wide coverage at the back, this pad is great for overnight, post-partum or heavy day use.  Check out all the details in my “About” section.

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Woodland flannel is available again for all those who love a nature theme in your pads and liners!

Great as a backing paired with Bamboo flannel.




Check out these cuties!  You can request them to be made specially for you by checking out the custom pantyliner item in the Clothcycle Cloth Pad Shop!

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The CPS newsletter is published today http://mim.io/35ab52?fe=1&pact=7948804191  Lots of news about specials within the Cloth Pad Shop and a yummy Cheesecake recipe too.  A great range of beautiful pads to choose from in store!

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Just for March I am offering a 10% discount off ZorbNight Pads.  If you would like a pad in a different fabric to those available then select the custom listing option within the store – the discount will still apply for your custom order!  Visit my flckr page to browse my fabric range – http://www.flickr.com/photos/httpwwwclothcyclecomphotos/

Zorb is fantastic for heavy or overnight use.  One layer of Zorb is equal in absorbancy to 5 layers of cotton flannel or 2.5 layers of cotton fleece!  The ZorbNight Pads contain 2 (bevelled) layers of Zorb with a lining of PUL for leak protection.

Visit the Clothcycle Cloth Pad Shop to purchase http://au.clothpadshop.com/store_about/38

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Pompom creatures.

Pompom creature family

We have enjoyed being creative with the kids this weekend, making a whole family of pompom creatures!

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