About fabrics

Cotton velour (or plush)

 is a fabric that you are familiar with from winter baby clothes, used also for sport suits, soft and plushy on one side, flat on the other. It’s composition is 80% cotton, 20% poliester, the poliester being integrated it the base of the fabric, never coming in direct contact to baby’s skin, but it gives durability to the fabric. Cotton velour offers long lasting softness and a very good absornig properties. All cotton velours we use are certified and safe to use with children under 3 years of age.

Cotton jersey (single jersey) and cotton interlock (double knit jersey)

are fabrics most often used for making children’s clothes, T-shirts and similar and they are usually 100% cotton or eventually 95% cotton with 5% elasthane (spandex). It’s absorning properties are not so great compared to other fabrics, but since it comes in various colors and designs it is used for the outer diaper layer and it’s function is mostly decorative.

Bamboo fabric

is one of newer fabrics in clothes manufacturing, it’s production is ecologically acceptable for the reason bamboo grows very fast and does not require pesticides. Besides offering excellent absorbing properties, it stands out with a gentle cuddly softness, and it is also considered to have antibacterial properties. Bamboo terry we use is one of the heaviest on the market, creating durable diapers of outstanding absorbing properties.

PUL fabric

is 100% poliester with poliurethane laminate. It is a water impermeable fabric that “breathes”, and it is used for making waterproof diaper covers.


which we use to make woolen protective panties is 100% organic merino wool (mulesing free), intended for the production of protective panties for cloth diapers. Wool is the only completely natural material from which protective panties are made, thanks to lanolin, which naturally contains it and repels moisture and absorbs it, it is very breathable, so we say that it “breathes” well, and has antibacterial and anti-allergic properties.


is considered the most absorbent material used to make cloth diapers, even up to 4 times more than cotton, and in addition to particularly high absorbency it also stands out for its durability. It is naturally resistant to pests, so it is grown completely ecologically, without the use of pesticides. To make a absorbent cloth for diapers, it is mixed with cotton in a ratio of 55% hemp and 45% organic cotton.