These old fashion cloth diapers are made of soft 100% birdseye cotton. 27 x 27 inches and 1 layer thick. Fold the fabric over twice. This is the original cloth diaper still used in many countries.
These are a one size fits all diaper that requires folding to properly fit baby. These diapers also make great dish towels, cleaning cloths, burp cloths , lap pads, changing pads, bibs, wash cloths and baby wipes. They are only one layer thick so they dry quickly on your clothesline or in your dryer.
Use with pins, a Snappi fastener, or the Boingo Cloth Diaper Fasteners and any type of diaper cover.
These diapers are far and away the least expensive way to comfortably diaper your baby. Price includes 1 dozen diapers.
Made in China.
I bought a dozen of these a while back and I liked them at first, til I tried different flats that are far superior. These flats have edges on all 4 sides which is annoying when folding and creates lumps and bumps in the diaper. They shrink a lot and mine have all been downgraded to kitchen towels and cleaning up dog messes. They do dry nicely and wash nicely though, but I don't recommend for diapering purposes.
These are a diaper bag essential. They work wonderfully as burp rags, changing pads, nursing covers, etc. They are very versatile and they fold up compactly so you can pack several in your bag and they don't take up much space. These also wash up very easily and line dry quickly.
I bought these back in 2011 and I am so pleased! I had already bought the large prefolds which are super absorbent but also bulky....These are absorbent and very trim. I double them up for my toddler and they are still very trim. They are also very easy to wash! And dry quickly! I am buying more to use as my main diaper stash. I don't know what the other posters were talking about them being small...I guess if you were trying different folds to pin maybe. I doubt I could do an origami fold with this on a toddler. But I think they are quite large in comparison to the store bought ones. I just pad fold them and put them in a flip or econobum cover! They are also really soft once you wash them up well. If you are cloth diapering on a tight budget skip all the other fancy diapers....go with these and some econobum/flip covers!
We ordered our first dozen of these about a month ago. We weren't really disappointed in how tiny they get after washing because we only plan on using them for about 6 months. We order another dozen about a week go and they weren't the same at all. The ones I got the second time were bigger to start with and much bigger than the first dozen after being washed. They also only have seams on two sides instead of all four. We were a little confused and upset by that but we washed them up and everything anyways. Though bigger they seem more trim. We went ahead and order another dozen the other day. It'll be interesting to see what comes.
I love flats in general but was dissapointed with these. First off, they shrink a LOT. They start out as 27"x27" but after washing they were 23"x24". They are way too small for my one and a half year old and my two month old is already starting to outgrow them. They did work well for the newborn at first. They are absorbent, and I had no leaks even with my baby's massive poops (when I had blowouts repeatedly in disposables). I used them in a ProWraps cover. That said, they have seams all the way around, which adds a lot of bulk to the edges when you fold it. It's like baby has a ledge on her butt! Plus, there are a lot of loose strands of thread after washing. Overall, I wouldn't invest in these. Green Mountain Diapers sells a much better product. I hate to say it because I'm such a big cotton babies fan! But GMD flatfolds are superior. They start out bigger (and come in two sizes) so they shrink to 27" square. Plus, you can get unbleached, which is softer. They only have a seam on two edges, so there's not as much bulk. Plus, they're more absorbent and lock the moisture in better. When the diaper is wet in one area, the moisture doesn't travel through the fabric. Baby's pee area can be wet but the rest of her isn't. These have held my heavy wetting infant for six hours without leaks whereas the cotton babies flats are thoroughly soaked throughout after three hours. Sorry to say, I don't recommend this product.