About Pumpkin Vines

Reclaim | Diaper Addict | Dads Parent | Battery Free

Pumpkin Vines is a consulting and advocacy company in Ipswich, Massachusetts. Our Mission is to help families reduce their waste, increase time spent in nature and expand opportunities for interaction within their community. 

Our Product & Services

Pumpkin Vines LLC is a family oriented company.  

Reusable Cloth Diapers

Diaper Addict

The purpose of our line of cloth diapers is to help introduce modern cloth diapers to more families in our area at an affordable price. Our patterns reflect a growing community of cloth diaper families.

Natural Baby Expo

Information Sessions

The Natural Baby Expo is a day-long event for families with small children or who are expecting a child.  

Reusable Menstrual Products

Reduce. Reuse. Reclaim

The purpose of our line of reusable menstrual products is to help introduce sustainable self care products to more families in our area at an affordable price. Our range of cups ensure most can find one that fits.

Outdoor Family Market

Shopping Local

The NEw England Family Market is a day-long event for local families to find out about products and services that focus on community.

Pumpkin Vines

North Shore & Cape Ann

Local: 978-272-2229
Toll Free Update Line: 844-727-BABY

Pumpkin Vines LLC Imports a range of cloth diapers, menstration supplies and creates advocacy materials and events so that families have a ranges of options at reasonable pricespoints.
We are available to work with local families to help them budget for the switch to cloth, go battery free or find new ways to live sustainable. Check out our classes and events and get your stash at a discount! 


174 High Street, Suite 105
Ipswich, Massachusetts


North Shore, Seacoast & Cape Ann
Local | 978-272-2229
Toll Free Update Line | 844-727-BABY

Office Hours - By Appointment Only

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
2:00p | 7:00p 2:00p | 4:00p 2:00p | 4:00p 2:00p | 4:00p 2:00p | 4:00p 8:00a | 7:00p 2:00p | 7:00p

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We are part of the Community

We are part of the community. Not only do we love cloth diapers we also love our neighbors. We don't believe in a drop-ship method of sales. We strive to meet all of our customer and make sure that we do what we can to make their cloth jouney as successful as ours has been.
The key to sucess is making sure that you understand how to care for your diapers so that it doesn't take over!

Choosing Sustainable

Many people who use disposables do not understand why someone might choose cloth; you may encounter social stigma for using cloth diapers. If you aren’t sure if it is right for you start small. For many they find that it is easier to do the “all or nothing approach” for others it is easier to pick and choose when to use cloth.

Modern Choices

Many people do not know or understand modern cloth diapers and picture pieces of fabric, pins and plastic pants; this is a cost effective way to diaper that is still available. Many of us in the cloth diaper community choose adjustable polyurathane laminated (TPU) fabric diapers. This packet has an overview of types of cloth diapers.

Why we choose flour sack towels (FSTs) for our family. FSTs are easy to clean and dry fast. This means that as long as you don’t mind folding them into pads it is a great and very cheap option for absorbency. Folding FSTs is Zombie Work. It is best done at the end of a long day in front of your favorite show or while listening to music. We have a little over 30 FST in our rotation and we both like to fold. Even though Katherine is better at it, but Barry thinks that he is. Either way they work! 

After we began using cloth we got into a rhythm for washing, folding, stuffing and changing. You will find a full explanation of how WE wash diapers in this packet. There is a lot of information about bleaching and stripping diapers in online forums: if you have a good wash routine from the start this will not be needed. There is a great graphic in the packet about cleaning diapers when you have an issue.

Things to think about when considering starting your cloth diaper journey:
• Cloth diapering is not for everyone.
• Anyone can cloth diaper.
• Know “Why You Cloth Diaper
“We started because my wife said so. We continued because it was easier than we thought. We plan to keep using cloth because my wife need an excuse to buy more cute diapers,” Barry.
“We started because I was nervous about rashes and allergies. We continued because I love the fact that she knows when she is wet and lets us know. We plan to keep using cloth because I need all the cute diapers,” Katherine.

Shipping and Delivery is Available to Limited Locations Including:
Alaska, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Illinois, Maryland, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Montana, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania