Baby Soft ™ White Alova Suedecloth Fabric Quantity = number of yards.
100% polyester. Imported.
This suedecloth is a first quality fabric. It is discounted because it is difficult to import white fabric. Some yards may have dirt marks, most of the marks should wash out. If you are not able to pre-wash this fabric, consider getting a bit extra for your project in order to work around any marks.
Width 58/60" wide
Weight 175gsm | 10 oz per yard
Alova suedecloth is an ideal wicking layer for cloth diapers and is easy to sew. The front side of alova suedecloth is very soft with a short fuzzy nap, and the back is smooth. Suedecloth is a woven fabric, so it does not stretch. It has a soft and supple hand.
Suedecloth is used for the inside layer of cloth diapers, especially pocket diapers, when a stay-dry feeling is desired. This fabric pulls moisture away from the skin and into the absorbant layers. It can be used for the entire inside layer, or just to top a soaker. It has a major benefit for parents - solid waste (poop) just shakes or sprays right off. Suedecloth is also used for clothing and crafts.
Care Machine wash warm, tumble dry.
Sewing Do not prewash, does not shrink; Use regular or universal needle; Sew diapers with polyester thread to prevent wicking.
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Posted by Carrie Lee on 14th Apr 2014
Love the Alova for lining my pocket diapers and diaper covers. Will continue to order from Diaper Sewing Supplies as theirs is the best!
Posted by Khristina Wilson on 27th Mar 2014
I've been using this a lot for making fitted pocket diaper (alova white, ivory and light blue) for my son. It seldom stains, easy to sew and easy to wash. So far for 6 mos, it's holding up so well after so many washes and the best part is... keeps my baby bottom dry. It's soft to the skin and no rashes at all. Thumbs up. I keep coming back to buy again. I also like microfleece (white and butter) for a liner.
I like both suedecloth and microfleece from Diaper Sewing Supplies, it indeed keeps your baby bottom dry for real!
Posted by Rebecca Loy on 22nd Mar 2014
This is one of the best moisture wicking fabrics I have ever used on the inside of diapers. Lightweight and easy to work with and very soft. Im rating it as one of my favorites.
Posted by Pat on 22nd Feb 2014
Love this fabric! All my liners are sewed with this and it is exactly as advertised..soft and easy to cut and sew.
Posted by Unknown on 22nd Feb 2014
This fabric is very easy to work with. Cuts nicely and doesn't stretch. Will be purchasing more
Posted by Kristie on 14th Feb 2014
I was disappointed with this fabric, it felt "scratchy" when rubbed over the back of my hand, washed it a couple of times and it still felt rough. Won't be sewing it into any diapers but will find another use for it.
Posted by Paula Mangum on 27th Jan 2014
After trying the microfleece and the athletic wicking, this is my favorite liner fabric. It doesn't stretch, it is easy to sew and looks very nice not to mention that it doesn't stain and washes up nicely.
Posted by Fiona on 30th Dec 2013
I used this for the inside of some diapers and I'm really happy with it. Easy to cut and sew because it doesn't stretch, and it really does feel dry when it's wet! It is also is really easy to shake solids off of and seems to be washing well so far.
Posted by Gma j on 6th Dec 2013
This is MUCH better than the Alova Suede I purchased from JoAnn’s. It is softer and thicker, very rich, nice feel. Handles well with thick fabrics on the serger. I make separate soakers that snap into the pul shells. For the first petal I use Alova on top, a layer of fast absorbing microfiber terry and then dimple Zorb on the bottom layer, then I make a second shorter petal of two layers of Zorb. I attach the second petal below the snaps. The two petals dry faster as they flip open. Shells can be just wiped and used again if not dirty.
Posted by Unknown on 5th Dec 2013
This fabric is great for cloth diaper liners!
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