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Now I understand the meaning of "buttery soft". I kept reading about how prefolds were supposed to be buttery soft, but I thought people were just exagerating a little. But today, I received my toddler indian prefolds. Even before being washed, they were so nice and soft, but after being washed and dryed just once, I feel like I could just pet them all night long! Even if dd isn't quite ready for them, I think that's what she'll wear from now on.
BTW, I had baby textiles unbleached prefolds that I bought a year ago, and they are certainly not the same thing, I guess they hadn't made the switch to indian cotton yet...
Thank you all ladies for making me buy those!!!
 

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there is a difference between the new Babies Textiles and the "real" IMO indian prefolds-the ones that Teresa sells are COMBED indian cotton-much MUCH softer and silkier than the run of the mill cotton
Just my 02 worth-so, IMO Babies Textiles are still NOT a real good indian prefold LOL-no matter where they are made

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an IPF from Granitesmith are what DD was wearing this afternoon during her marathon nap with just a bumkins wrap on & NO LEAKS! They are so soft. My only problem is that they're smaller than CPFs & DD is a chubba lubba & i can just about squeeze her into an IPF with a snappi
so, my IPFs are for trifolding into wraps & the 4 UBCPF i got from Granitesmith will be for practicing all those rolls & folds! I REALLY do
the IPF though!
 
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