I made my first order of diaper fabric about two weeks ago and it came in the mail this past week. I ordered:
1 yard of hemp fleece
1 yard of white microsuede
1 yard of white 2 mil PUL
Before making this order, I spent about 2 weeks researching what I wanted to buy. I looked at all the different fabric stores that I know of (Found in a list in my sidebar) and I researched each type of fabric and what it looked like and what it does. But here's the thing--it's hard to know what you really want until you see it, touch it, feel it, and maybe even run it through your wash or drop it in a cup of water to see how absorbent it is.
So I ordered one more thing from diapercuts: a sample packet of all her different fabrics for only $1.00
But these little sample squares aren't only good for those of us who like to sew our diapers, I think they're good even if you just buy them. Why? Because you'll know exactly what you're getting when a diaper is advertised as "Minkee" or when they claim to use sherpa for the insert.
Go check it out for yourself--http://diapercuts.com/
You can't go wrong for $1
And if you're into sewing, I did the research and for my order, including shipping, hers was the best price. It might be different for different orders, but I highly doubt it. Besides, she's a WAHM (Work At Home Mom) so you it's a win, win situation