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Show 40

Lilly & Frank with Heather

Today, we are joined with Heather Seguin, the owner and seamstress behind Lilly & Frank. Lilly & Frank is a Canadian cloth diaper brand specializing in fitted cloth diapers. Available in four sizes, with a plethora of well-coordinating prints, Lilly & Frank Fitted Cloth Diapers are stash-worthy. 

Learn about her business, why she started cloth diapering, and a few basics on fitted diaper lingo. 

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Heather

Heather

Lilly & Frank

Heather is the original seamstress and owner of Lilly & Frank. Lilly & Frank is based out of Langley, British Columbia and specializes in fitted diapers.

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Heather is a self taught seamstress.
Looking things up on the internet, and YouTube.

It evolved over time starting with pockets to the fitted diaper.

And then I realized how much I love doing it.

Lilly & Frank is a team of 4 who puts diapers together with full time seamstresses, assembling, writing orders, snapping and more! 

Product is in stock at the Lilly & Frank store available in newborn, petite, one size, and toddler. This allows you to have a better fit across babies. Petite is a great choice for slender and leans baby.    

 

Serged or Turned?

This is about personal preference really.

Regular or Hybrid

Hybrid has a polyester fleece in the shell that acts as mild liquid barrier to disperse it and the outer shell doesn’t get wet as fast.

Boosters or not?

Sometimes families need them and sometimes they don’t.

 

 

 

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