By combining her passions as a mom and her love of cloth diapers, Ada Vaughan has created what is a booming diaper business reports the Bolingbrook Reporter.
Q How did this all begin?
A In 2008, I started sewing diapers in my basement. I had tried different things such as illustrations, and I even made 40 different kinds of baby food. I really wanted to own my own business. I started working with a professional seamstress in 2009, and then went to China and looked at the factory where the diapers would be made.
Q What products does CuteyBaby offer?
A There are 8 different prints for the modern cloth diapers that customers can choose from. There is also the “Zip It, Baby!” dry bags where dirty diapers can be kept neatly until laundry time. There are two size options for the dry bags. There are also “Keep It Clean” biodegradable liner sheets.
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