Blueberry Diapers, is bringing fun fashion to little bottoms everywhere
Diapers might be the last place someone would look to for fashion. That is unless they have taken a look at the designs now being offered by Blueberry Diapers. Margarita McClure, the pioneering mother behind Blueberry Diapers, is bringing fun fashion to little bottoms everywhere. What started out as a goal to change diapering options for conscious mothers has grown into a full scale company that is not only making diapering safer and healthier for babies but turning little tushes into the talk of the town.
“Shouldn’t diapers be as cute as the babies that are wearing them?” That was the question that led Margarita to design her new line of fashion-forward Blueberry Diapers. With diapers being such a large part of a baby’s daily wear, they should delight the eye as well as comfort baby’s bottom. The ease, convenience and fashionable look of Blueberry Diapers have caught the attention of mothers all across the country and around the world. So much so that she can hardly keep up with the demand.
More and more moms and dads are disposing of their reliance on disposable diapers and changing to reusable cloth diapers for many reasons. Ecology, economy and safety are high among them.
Blueberry diapers come in a wide range of exciting upbeat colors and patterns. They even come in chic animal prints like zebra, cheetah and pink Dalmatian. All in all, there are over 32 designer colors and prints to choose from. That’s one diaper design for every day of the month!
What Makes Our Diapers Special
Whether it's Swaddlebees or Blueberry diapers, we put just as much care and effort in creating clean diapers the same way you would in making a meal for people you love--you start with the best ingredients.
Whenever possible, we source our fabrics from the USA. This not only ensures us that the fabric is manufactured without any possible contaminants that may prove harmful to infants, but we have also found that the quality is more consistent and surpasses that of its imported counterparts. Using US-made fabrics also helps keep the textile manufacturing industry alive in the US.
The cotton used to make our organic cotton fabrics is sourced from the US as much as possible. When supply is low, it is sourced from Turkey. But no matter where the cotton comes from , the fabric is still milled in the US.
The microfleece we use has a special weave that makes it 95% less susceptible to detergent build-up that causes repelling and leaking issues to cloth diapers made with a polyester wicking layer. It is 3 times more expensive than imported microfleece or suedecloth, but performance is our main priority and is something we feel must not be compromised.
Even the polyester knit used to make our laminated fabrics are all made in the US. We design most of our prints and have them printed at a local fabric printing facility that strives to maintain a sustainable and environmentally-friendly operation by using aquaeous dyes instead of oil-based dyes, and reusing and recycling majority of the raw materials used in their operation.
We use latex-free elastics exclusively on all our diapering products. Again, this type of elastic costs 3 times more than your typical polybraid or knitted elastic, but using latex-free elastic ensures us that the possibility of babies getting an allergic reaction with sensitivity to latex is greatly reduced, if not eliminated. And just like most of the fabrics we use, our latex-free elastic are made in the USA as well.
Our products are carefully manufactured in a professionally-run equal-opportunity facility in the US where seamstresses and workers are paid an average of $10-12/hour, treated with respect, allowed sufficient time off to enjoy life and be with their families.
We pride ourselves in having one of the most anatomically-correct diapers available. Simply put, our diapers fit great. No sagging, bunching or stuff sticking out. We carefully design our diapers to conform to the unique shape of babies to ensure the best fit, comfort and function. We believe diapers aren't just waste-catchers, they're a fashion statement. So they have to look the part and fit well.
20 November 2012