Sunday, March 20, 2011

Sarah's Stitches Wetbags

When I started to explore the world of cloth diapers, I heard all sorts of buzz about Sarah's Stitches wetbags. I didn't even know what a "wetbag" was (and if you're feeling clueless, stick around for next Wednesday's 'Cloth Diapering Basics' post!) but I knew that I needed one, and that it needed to be from Sarah's Stitches.

Wetbags are a must-have for cloth diapering parents, and I'm confident in my assertion that Sarah's Stitches are the best of the best. Wetbags are waterproof bags used to store soiled cloth diapers until it's time to wash them. They also have versatility beyond cloth diapering. Take them to beach or throw one in your suitcase to store your wet swimming suits in. Use cloth menstrual pads? Keep a mama cloth wetbag in your purse for handling changes with ease. I use one in my bathroom for my foray into replacing toilet paper with cloth! Sarah's Stitches even makes snack-sized wetbags for a green alternative to zip-lock bags for portable treats!

Sarah's Stitches makes high-quality and affordable wetbags in an endless variety of sizes, colors, and prints and offers some of the most outstanding customer service I've ever received. Before Delilah was born, she worked with me to make sure the colors I selected would match our nursery. She keeps in constant communication about the status and shipment of each order. We use her Medium wetbags in the diaper bag, and find that they easily hold 4-5 soiled pocket diapers and wipes. Her wipes bags keep our pre-moistened cloth wipes at the ready when we're on the go. In the nursery, we rotate through our stash of XL and XXL wetbags, which can hold 2-3 days worth of diapers and wipes.

We do diaper laundry about every other day, and the wetbag goes into the wash with the diapers it was holding. I'm no math whiz, but I think that means that each wetbag has been washed at least 50 times. I recently contacted Sarah to inquire about repair prices. One of my XL bags had started to come apart on one of the seams, which I figured was normal wear and tear after over a year of heavy-duty use. I was amazed when Sarah responded that repairs are always free (even normal wear and tear from regular use!) and that all I'd have to pay would be the shipping to send it to her. (She even pays to ship it back!)

Sarah is also extremely generous, almost to a fault. She regularly donates to Miracle Diapers. If you can't afford something that you need from her store, she will do her best to work with you to make an affordable option. On top of that, when I told her I'd be featuring her wetbags on Fine and Fair, she not only offered to share a discount code, she offered to give away a wetbag!

That's right! You can try out Sarah's Stitches wetbags with a 10% Discount by entering the code LJE at checkout. Additionally:

One lucky Fine and Fair reader will win one Small or Medium wetbag of their choice from Sarah's "Buy Now" in-stock selection!

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Winner will have 48 hours to respond or a runner-up will be chosen at random.

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Giveaway is now closed, thank you! The winner is:

 Congratulations Heather M! Check your e-mail to claim your prize! :)

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