9 comments:

  1. Iris Savea said...

    you can also keep an eye out at daily steal websites… i've gotten quite a few diapers for my stash that way!!

  2. Great post!! Another idea is to start entering giveaways! That's how I've built up my stash lol!

  3. Liz said...

    Don't forget that you can add to your stash by entering giveaways!! :) (For example this comment gives me one more entry for this weeks Fluff Giveaway!) :)

  4. Ms. Marie said...

    I am totally new to cloth diapering and I'm still working to build my stash. So far all I have is a dozen prefolds, 4 covers, and 5 AIO's that haven't arrived yet. I have an 18 month old son and another boy due any day now. One way I am trying to build my stash (I'm a SAHM so we're on a tight budget) is I've been going through my books/things and selling what I know I'll never miss either online or to friends/family. I then use the money to buy cloth diapers and cloth diaper accessories.

    Thanks for the great tips! I'll be checking back and reading this blog when I have a free minute from now on!

  5. SondraMama said...

    see, i was very hesitant to try cloth diapering because i kept hearing from people [who dont even CD themselves!] that its really expensive and you save nothing. then i learned about prefolds and covers. and thats what i did. i got 2 dozen and 2 covers to start off with and kept washing. now i'm buying little extra bits and pieces here and there and my sons stash is slowly building.

  6. Hannah said...

    I appreciate your plug for prefolds! They really aren't that hard, although I wouldn't probably give one to a new babysitter or the church nursery, since you do have to be careful that the prefold doesn't stick out the back of cover, etc.

    For those on SUPER tight budgets, who have already cut out all eating out etc. I recommend looking for gently used diapers on craigslist, swapmamas, diaperswappers, etc.

  7. M said...

    Thanks for all the great tips!

  8. Amy Walker said...

    Some hybrids can be economical as well. For example, the stay dry flip insert can be used with Thirsties or Bummis covers, and though they are not quite as cheap as prefolds they are close!

  9. Leslie said...

    Great advice! Thanks for sharing!

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