Buy Local: Cloth Diapers Made in Canada and the USA

Canadian and US cloth diaper manufacturers are proud to give back to their local communities, and as much as you can, I encourage you to support these businesses and do your own part to contribute to your own community. As you choose your cloth diapers, please consider the following list of Canadian and US cloth diaper manufacturers.


Made in Canada

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  • AMP Diapers
  • Applecheeks
  • Aristocrats
  • Baby Kangas
  • Berry Blush
  • Bottom's Up Baby Creations
  • BubuBebe
  • Bummis
  • Butterfly Kisses
  • Butt Ons' Cloth Diapers
  • The Cloth Canoe
  • Double Maman
  • Eezi-Fold
  • FluffEh
  • Grasshopper Diapers
  • Green Bumkin
  • Harp Diapers
  • Hippeez
  • Hunny Bunny Baby Wear
  • Indisposables
  • Jamtots
  • Jelly Bear Boutique
  • Kabum Cloth Diapers
  • Kushies
  • Lil Squishy Bums
  • Little Bottoms
  • Little Lion Designs
  • MiniMaestro
  • Monkey Doodlez
  • Muggabug
  • Mother-Ease
  • Northern Mom
  • Not Your Granny's Knitting
  • Omaiki
  • Peachy Baby
  • Rainshine Designs
  • Rearz
  • Snug Bug
  • Someday Sarah
  • Sugarpeas
  • Sweet Sparrow Design
  • Urban Bums Boutique


Made in the USA

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  • Babykicks
  • Bamboo Baby
  • Best Bottoms
  • Blueberry
  • Bottombumpers
  • Bright Star Baby
  • BumGenius
  • Drybees
  • Econobum (covers only)
  • Flips
  • Gen-Y
  • Goodmamas
  • Green Acre Designs
  • Happy Heiny's
  • Hiney Lineys
  • JellyBeans Cloth Diapers
  • Kissaluvs
  • Knickernappies
  • Little Beetles
  • Marvels
  • Mommy's Touch
  • One Love Diaper Co
  • Otter Blotters
  • Planet Wise
  • Proraps
  • RagaBabe
  • Rocky Mountain Diapers
  • Sage Diapers
  • Snap-EZ
  • SoftBums
  • Sustainablebabyish
  • Swaddlebees
  • Thirsties
  • Tiny Tush
  • Wallypops
  • Weehuggers
  • Whamies
  • Woollybottoms


Congratulations on your decision and thank-you for supporting a Canadian or American mom's dream!

This list will likely never be complete, but I'd love to keep it up-to-date. If you know of a brand I've missed, please let me know and I would be happy to add it to the list. I love to find ways to support our own economy and keep jobs right here at home...and to encourage enterprising moms to pursue their dreams while giving back to their own communities!



The Story of One Mom's Cloth Diaper Business

Andrea Cote is the founder of Canadian-based AMP Diapers, and a mom of five. She built her local cloth diaper business in response to her friends' encouragement to make and sell her cloth diapers for others.


Affectionately referred to by her customers as Annie (the nickname her grandfather gave her), she says on her website, "I'm so happy to be able to offer my diapers to other cloth diapering families. I no longer sew all the products myself, I now have a wonderful team of men and women that work very hard making the highest quality products possible. Every AMP diaper is made right here in Winnipeg, MB, and our employees make a fair wage and work in comfortable and safe working conditions."


Like Andrea, there are countless other moms who responded to the need for high quality cloth diaper products. When demand for their diapers exceeds their own time and energy, each business owner has the choice to expand locally, or work with factories in far-away countries where labor is cheaper.


Why Does Local Matter?

For many cloth diaper companies, it is an easy choice to keep production here in North America, rather than outsourcing the manufacturing jobs to other countries that may may not have the same ethical and environmental standards we enjoy in North America. These small businesses support the local economy and give back to their communities, by building sustainable partnerships with other domestic businesses, creating jobs, and fostering economic growth.


By buying cloth diapers that are made in Canada or made in the USA, you can help these small businesses to achieve their dreams and do your own part to help support our own economy.


It's a win-win...Canadian and American-made cloth diapers are the ultimate in quality, and are usually no more expensive than those made outside of North America. Never underestimate the impact can make: buying local diapers is another small way that you can make a big impact.


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