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I was just eyeing off the sugarpeas wool flannel covers on natural babies. I want a natural with plum serging, but I dont really know much about types of wool.

I have a gorgeous periwinkle Sugarpeas cover that is thick and heavy like a wool blanket. It has a bobbly, pebbly type texture and is a fabulous overnight cover. But things I've read on other posts make me think that all Sugarpeas covers arent that heavy. The ones on natural babies look smoother, they dont have the obvious texture that mine does. I'm wondering if it will be a good daytime cover?

On the other hand, who else makes lovely stretchy lightweight wool covers like the First Class Baby ones?
 

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the sugarpeas often have different wool weights available. the ones on natural babies is a wool flannel which I figure is like the one you have, maybe they just look smooth because they arent washed like yours?
 

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Originally Posted by JennInSeattle
Yep, wool flannel is thicker and great for overnight but doesn't have the stretch that wool jersey does.
Many, many people like SP wool flannel.

Yeah, that.
I personally didn't care for the flannel, but that's just me.
 

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Originally Posted by ReesesMomma
Yeah, that.
I personally didn't care for the flannel, but that's just me.

LOL and I personally dont care for the jersey, because I feel like I am going to brake it, LOL

but then I am also use to *3 layered hemp* fitteds too, LOL
 
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