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Stashing Through the Snow: Little Fancy Pants
December 9, 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 will feature a new cloth diaper each day 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 a Green Candy Canes cloth diaper by Little Fancy Pants.



  • Hybrid Fitted
  • 100% Cotton Woven outer layer
  • Polyester Fleece middle layer
  • Cotton velour inner
  • Soakers snap in and the top layer is matching cotton velour, with bamboo fleece for absorbent layers


About Leah Mackin
Little Fancy Pants is owned by Leah Mackin and opened in 2008.

Leah, who’s been sewing since she was nine-years-old, began making diapers in college when one of her friends was pregnant.

When Leah’s friends saw the diapers she made, they too wanted a stash of their own.

After searching in college for something she would enjoy, Leah finally found it when she began making diapers full-time. Her favorite part of the process is picking prints.

In 2011, Leah teamed with her brother to keep up with demand and production needs, but she is still the only one sewing each and every diaper created.

With hopes of having children of her own, Leah saves her favorite prints and diapers for her future Little Fancy Pants.

You can see more of Leah’s designs on Facebook or on Hyena Cart.

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 in the creations of work-from-home artisans 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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