Tweet Pin It . . Chances are, if you are reading this article you are either seriously considering cloth diapering or already have taken the plunge. Now it is time to take a look around the house and see what other disposable products can be replaced for cloth. If you switch to cloth all the […]
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Tweet Pin It 1 large flat (this one is an unbleached GMD, not organic) Fold All corners to the middle-notice the gap at the top corner, where it doesn’t make a point? That is because the flat isn’t square, and I don’t adjust it to square first. The reason is that the gap at the […]
Tweet Pin It As many people start into cloth diapering, the choices are endless and completely overwhelming at times. At least, I know it was for me. I started with pockets b/c from what I read online it seemed like the best choice. I quickly realized they weren’t a great fit for my […]
Tweet Pin It This is how I fold a flat for pad folding. I am pretty particular in how I do it so that it’s easier to just grab and go, knowing that it will fit right (having to adjust mid change is a pain in the rear). When you have rectangular flats it […]
Tweet Pin It standard fold (flat diaper, with or without pins) diaper cover fold (flat diaper, no pins) kite fold (flat diaper, with or without pins) © 2007, Carynia Van Buren, Baby Bunz & Co.May not be copied or reprinted without permission. About the Author:With a background in art and education, Carynia […]