Tweet Pin It . With this fold a flat can act as a prefold with the benefit of being lengthened or shortened to fit your child’s unique size. Fold the flat in half from top to bottom as show below. You can adjust this fold to less than half if your child has a higher […]
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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 […]
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 […]