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Poppy Fields Fitted Review

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I’m so thrilled to be a part of the Dirty Diaper Laundry family. Harper just turned five months old (editor’s note- she is 6 months old now) and our experience with cloth diapers has been a learning process but definitely a positive one. I feel good every day knowing our diapers are better for the environment, for her health, and for our budget.

I received an organic cotton fitted diaper from Poppy Fields. The first thing I noticed was the print, these diapers are incredibly cute! When I opened one I found a rich plush organic velour that was soft to the touch and a thick cotton and bamboo doubler in a generous size. My immediate impression is that these diapers are very luxurious and something I would be proud to show off or give as a gift to new parents.

Poppy Fields Fitted

Ease of Use ✩✩✩

This diaper can be purchased with a doubler sewn in or snapped in. Mine was snapped in, with two discreet resin snaps in the back. The elastic in the diaper causes the doubler to peek out at the stomach before the diaper is snapped, which caused me to hesitate the first time I used it, but everything fits nicely once fastened. The option to snap the doubler in means you can remove it when washing so it will dry faster. It did take a long amount of time to dry on the clothesline even separated, I can’t imagine how long it would have taken if it were sewn in (The sewn in option is said to be better for heavy wetters, but I had no absorbency issues whatsoever so unless you have an older child imitating Niagra Falls you’re probably safe with the snap-in option) . The diaper’s interior is a thick plushy cotton velour. It’s great for absorbancy but that rich fiber stains when soiled so it’s imperative I sun these after they get dirty (not wet), otherwise I could just toss them in the dryer to get around the long-dry-time issue. I’ve found that using these as a night time solution means I’m less likely to have a soiled diaper, and since I won’t need it again until sundown, I don’t mind just leaving on the line most of the day. I think the other qualities of this diaper makes dry time less important to me, especially since organic is a feature I really appreciate. If I chose to use these fitteds throughout the day, I might sun them for a couple hours then toss them in the dryer to finish the job quickly.

Bang for the Buck ✩✩✩✩

At 30.50 for a newborn diaper and 34.50 for all other sizes, these diapers are a bit of an investment. That being said,
you’re paying for extremely high quality. The materials are luxe and the patterns are just beyond adorable. Every time I look at my Poppy Fields I can’t help but smile, the fabric choices are outstanding. While I would normally shy away from paying over thirty dollars for a diaper, these are a good value based on the quality.

Performance ✩✩✩✩✩

One issue many parents deal with is overnight leaks. You’re so excited your child slept for a certain amount of time, then you notice they are soaked, the bedding is soaked, or worse, soiled, and your excitement turns to frustration as you deal with the aftermath. I’ve even heard of parents turning to disposables for overnight to escape this issue, but with Poppyfields this may not be an issue. Nine layers of fabric including organic cotton and bamboo managed to stand up to a long night with my heavy wetter.

Fit ✩✩✩✩✩

These diapers are available in five different sizes that include a generous number of snaps to guarantee a good fit. The options include newborn, small, medium, medium long, and large. My fourteen pounder was able to fit in both the small and medium sizes thanks to those handy snaps, so for a sized diaper you can still look forward to using these for quite a while.

I would happily own one of every print available if my budget would allow it. These diapers are beautiful and a pleasure to use. I’d rather deal with a longer dry time if it means organic materials that don’t leak, and I was very impressed with the quality of these diapers. Again, my first thought is that this is an excellent gift (with a wool cover) as any new mother would be thrilled to see any of these patterns at her baby shower. If these are even just a small percentage of your stash, you’ll find them a luxury you look forward to using and may wish you had more.

Poppy Fields has updated their doubler options since I wrote this review; they were kind enough to send me their new insert. It features two separate pieces that snap together for wearing and come apart for cleaning. These new doublers dry much faster than the sewn together style I originally tried. They are also easier to sun, as Harper has stained both styles, it was much more difficult to get every bit of the sewn together style exposed to the sunshine but these were a snap (hah, a pun!) and I was very pleased by the new option. Poppy Fields suggests the sewn in style if you have a heavy wetter, but so far I haven’t had a single leak with these whether using a wool cover or PUL.

Where to Buy: PoppyFieldsShop.com


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4 Years of DDL- Poppy Fields Starflowers Medium Fitted {Ends 4/23}

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Something about this Poppy Fields diaper makes me think of a Mario game, don’t you think? Once again I’m thrilled to partner with this brand of meticulously well crafted WAHM made diapers in the best prints for boys and girls! To celebrate 4 years of DDL Samantha of Poppy Fields offered to give away this diaper. Knowing that everyone would love to have it I said yes, of course! The fabric could work for a boy or a girl and it is a Medium so it should fit babies in the 15-24 pounds range, give or take based on their length. Luckily- size Medium is the best size and is worn the longest overall by most babies.

The fabric was designed by Anna Berger for lillestof design.

The folks at Poppy Fields have been amazing to work with and have truly been a huge supporter-especially during the For the Love of WAHM! Fluff auction held last month. The one of a kind scrappy diaper made by Samantha at Poppy Fields sold for a whopping $120.01 with all proceeds benefiting Giving Diapers, Giving Hope!

You can enter to win this beautiful diaper using the Rafflecopter below. Open to US and canada. Ends 4/23.
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For the Love of WAHM! Fluff- Head Over Heels for Poppy Fields

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We are in our second week of the “For the Love of WAHM! Fluff” event and I’m excited to bring you our third brand- Poppy Fields!  Poppy Fields had me at “designer prints” instead of hello.  One of the best parts of shopping for WAHM diapers is being able to pick from a much wider array of prints that range from posh and pretty to punk rock.  Poppy Fields chooses designer Scandinavian fabrics in vibrant colors and fun motifs that all make me feel the urge to shop.  I guess that is why you could say that I’m Head over Heels for Poppy Fields!



Here is your chance to get to know Samantha, the WAHM behind Poppy Fields.

poppyfieldsI’m Samantha – work at home mom to two, wife to one, and founder of Poppy Fields Shop, We’re a small family owned and operated business based in the great state of California.

Our cloth diapering and baby goods store features our brand of Poppy Fields fitted diapers.. We take great pride in the creation our diapers.; they are thoughtfully designed, responsibly made, and fun to wear! All Poppy Fields diapers are handcrafted in the USA with love and made from only the finest materials,

Our goal is to provide our customers with an amazing product and exceptional customer service. We welcome you to learn more about us and our products by visiting our online shop and about page.


The best part of my job is getting to know the WAHM’s hard at work on their sewing machines who put so much time and love into what they are doing.  In my mind you can always tell when a diaper is crafted with skill and the minute I handled a Poppy Fields I could feel how well it was made.  They are sized and perfectly fit our new tester baby!  Luckily DDL will have a review coming your way in a few weeks but you get to enter this giveaway for a Poppy Fields fitted right now!

In addition there will be a one of a kind scrappy Poppy Fields auctioned off in a benefit for Giving Diapers, Giving Hope in just a few weeks so please stay tuned for that!  I’m so grateful for Samantha’s hard work on this diaper for a great cause and even happier to be able to feature her and her diapers here today.

Win one!

Giveaway is open to US and Canada. Winner picks size, print, and snaps or no snaps plus insert style. Ends 2/26.

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