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Stashing Through the Snow: Forty41
December 18, 2012 7:00 pm | by

We’re excited to unveil a full line of holiday-themed cloth diapers created by work-at-home moms and artisans through our new program, Stashing Through the Snow!

Stashing Through the Snow began Friday and runs through December 20, giving our customers an opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind pieces for your holiday diaper collection. For more details on this program, see this blog post.

Today, we’re showcasing an Argyle cloth diaper by Forty41. 

Features:

  • One-Size
  • Velour and fleece inner

About Mama Melissa Shanor
Melissa is the owner and creator of Forty41 cloth diapers.

As a mom of two who resides in Las Vegas, Nevada, Melissa is very passionate about reducing everyday waste, especially when produced by disposable diapers.

“I love being able to marry my creative hobby with my passion for preserving the planet for future generations,” Melissa shared.

Having grown up in a household where sewing was prevalent, Melissa’s personal sewing journey began shortly after the birth of her youngest child. She started small by making simple clothing items and toys for her family and eventually branched out and created wool covers made from re-purposed sweaters. This led to creating quality fitted diapers.

“I feel very lucky to have continued support from my family, friends, and wonderful customers. I look forward to where this journey will take me,” Melissa said.

You can see more of Melissa’s designs on Facebook.

Each cloth diaper featured during Stashing Through the Snow is a
unique design that is only available in limited quantities only at Cotton Babies, while supplies last.

Help us rejoice the creations of work-from-home moms and small businesses around the world!

About the Author

Heather is mom to four, born within 40 months (single, twins, single). She writes transparently about her chaotic household to encourage others through the twists and turns of parenting.

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