I finished another set of order. These went out a couple of days ago; three pockets and several inserts. The inserts are made with Zorb and flannel. Zorb is made of non-allergenic bamboo/cotton/viscose and poly micro fibers and absorbs much faster than other diaper fabrics. A single layer of Zorb can hold three times as much liquid as other diaper fabrics so it leaks and wicks less. (direct quote from Zany Zebra diaper fabrics
). However, Zorb tears apart easily. That is why I encased them in flannel casings. It should hold Zorb fabric well.
I have started on the next order of 12 fitteds and 3 covers. I have cut a couple of sets and completed one set.
On to another baby stuff, other than diapers.
I am going to knit a pair of long wool pants for my baby. He is outgrowing most of his baby clothes. He doesn't have many pants or shorts. With cooler seasons approaching, he will need the pants.
I have one variegated green 100% wool yarn that I bought before for this purpose. I haven't knit in a while so I am a bit geek to start a new project. :)