Fitted Cloth Diapers in
and Unbleached Birdseye.
Made in the USA
This product is being discontinued. Limited to stock on hand. We will still offer it in the organic version.
- These made in the USSA diapers feature a contoured form fitting shape and snap
closures. The layer against the baby's skin is a 100%
weave. The interior is comprised of multiple layers of
flannel. This wonderful cloth diaper is so durable you
it for your next child and yet so comfortable your baby
them. Available in sizes from Small to Toddler.
in both white (bleached) and ivory (unbleached) fabrics.
available in an unbleached organic version as well. Organics sold separately, see
for more details on bleached, unbleached and organic
fabrics. Prices are the same for either bleached or
USA by stay at home moms!
Approximate Baby Weight
Layering (side -middle -side)
to 13 lbs.
25 to 35 lbs.
sizes ranges are approximate and may be a little different
baby, when in doubt order the large size and they will
grow into it.
Bleached versus Unbleached
Cloth Diapers versus
Unbleached Organic. Bleached
diapers are white because the cotton yarn was bleached
in the factory
prior to weaving the material. Cotton is naturally an
ivory or light
brown color. The bleaching process turns the cotton
fibers white and
also removes the natural cotton oils in the fibers. In
doing so, the
strength of the fibers is reduced and the resulting
woven material is
slightly less durable. The bleaching process can lead
pollutants being released to the environment through
waterborne emissions. Recent improvements in bleaching
reduced but not eliminated this impact.
retain much of their natural cotton oils in the fiber
matrix, they are
softer and more durable than bleached cloth diapers.
diapers must be washed at least 2-3 times after you
receive them before
they become absorbant. We recommend washing the
diapers in hot sudsy
water and drying them on high heat and repeating as
many times as
necessary for the diapers to become absorbant. You can
absorbency by making a pocket of the diaper and slowly
pouring 1/2 cup
of liquid into the diaper. If it pools and does not
soak in fairly
quickly, keep washing. Depending upon the detergent
you use and the
hardness of your water and the natural variations in
you may have to wash these up to 5 times before they
absorbant. Do not, under any circumstance, use fabric
softener as this
causes the fabric to be coated and thus repels
moisture. Despite the
added effort necessary to break in these diapers, they
popular and by most accounts, well worth it.
diaper has all the benefits of the unbleached diaper
and is also made
of certified organic cotton. Organic cotton is grown
utilizing practices that significantly reduce the
of growing cotton. No pesticides or man made
fertilizers are used and
defoliants are not used prior to harvesting the
cotton. Of course
organic materials are much more expensive and thus the
significantly more. Organic fitted diapers are sold as
a separate item.
Go back to the fitted diaper category to find the
organic fitted diaper