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Girly Pad Bag 
30th-Jul-2007 10:58 am
Strawberry Shortcake

Here's a picture of the pad bag I made last night. Yes.... I know it's so girly it's practically sticky sweet. I just can't help myself. hehe

Girly Pad Bag

It's ten inches wide and five inches high. It's just the right size to hold four glad rags size pads or three of my all-in-one pads. I sewed in a recycled ripper to close it. :-)
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31st-Jul-2007 05:04 am (UTC)
Thanks :-)

I just bought a mooncup, but I like to have the option of both.

I love having pretty cloth pads, it cheers me up while I'm feeling hormonal and grouchy. ;-D

31st-Jul-2007 05:38 am (UTC)
I love my cloth pads and have just this week been thinking about making a "rag bag" for them when not in use!
Someone on my f'list commented that cloth pads are kinda luxurious, and comforting/cossetting when she has PMS-y-ness, and I agree.
15th-Aug-2008 08:01 pm (UTC)
I realize this is an old post, but I found you througha gooogle search and looks like you're the person I need to ask.

I"ve been reading about cloth pads and am curious. What do you stuff them with? What is the best cloth to use?
Also, you have the same Strawberry shortcake cloth I do! Yays! Although I found this because I am trying to find out the fabric content lol....
18th-Aug-2008 10:00 pm (UTC)
I make mine out of flannel and terry cloth. The pads you see in the picture are the kind that have a removable liner. the liners I use are made one layer flannel one layer terry and another layer flannel. Then I sew them up around the edge.

I just love strawberry shortcake. ;-)
19th-Aug-2008 04:27 am (UTC)
Ok, do you have any good resources for making/using them? I googled but got weird answers...lol.

How much do they hold? Comparative to the standards for storebought ones would be the easiest way for me to understand.
19th-Aug-2008 04:31 am (UTC)
And, thank you...LoL.
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