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Old 01-13-2012, 02:31 PM   #11
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I LOVE the look of these fitteds! Do you have an example of girlie color combos? How much ppd?

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I LOVE the look of these fitteds! Do you have an example of girlie color combos? How much ppd?
Good You can choose the color or let me know your preference and trust my taste.

Here are the colors:
for sherpa: natural, light yellow, light blue, denim blue, camel (tan), melon (light orange), light purple, pink
for cotton velour colors: natural, toffee cream, mint, sage, beige, charcoal grey, mocha, dusty rose, lilac, night blue and navy blue.

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Would these fitteds be good for overnight?? Trying to find a good one!!
I am sure they would but depending on baby age I might add absorbency.
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I like the first ones. Would you be able to make these similar to the Flip kind? I want something I can simply change the insert.
I don't really understand how anything else works... Would I change the whole diaper? Insert, and cover?
I am new to cloth diapering. My LO is 7 months old, and we are just now switching.
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I love your diapers. I love the Dino one. So cute. Will have to get money so I can get a couple pockets one size.
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Wow, Mama, your diapers look very nice! For the AIO/AI2s - does the soaker snap in or lay in? Or is it attached? Does your newborn size have an umbilical cord snap-down? Can you do sized side snapping AIOs (or AI2s?)
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I like the first ones. Would you be able to make these similar to the Flip kind? I want something I can simply change the insert.
I don't really understand how anything else works... Would I change the whole diaper? Insert, and cover?
I am new to cloth diapering. My LO is 7 months old, and we are just now switching.
Flips have film part of waterproof PUL facing baby, right? Personally I do not like this option. Imagine plastic bag touching your skin - not very nice sensation. Even though most of it is covered by cloth insert, still.

You can simply change inserts and re-use a fabric lined cover and air dry it between uses. I would recommend to wash it after 24h though.

Let me know if I convinced you. If not, I can make wipeable cover similar to Flips.
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Thank you, ladies.

For the AIO the soaker is sewn in. For AI2 either laid in or snapped in. Because gussets keep the insert in place, I found no need for snaps. So, your choice.
My NB size, same as NB-SM doesn't have an umbilical cord snap-down. It is constructed so that you do not need it. But if you want one, it is not a problem to add it.

I make side snapping sized diapers. The cover with pink ruffles in OP is side snapping. I can make AIO if do not mind longer drying time and hassle to clean it properly.

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Thank you, ladies.

For the AIO the soaker is sewn in. For AI2 either laid in or snapped in. Because gussets keep the insert in place, I found no need for snaps. So, your choice.
My NB size, same as NB-SM doesn't have an umbilical cord snap-down. It is constructed so that you do not need it. But if you want one, it is not a problem to add it.

I make side snapping sized diapers. The cover with pink ruffles in OP is side snapping. I can make AIO if do not mind longer drying time and hassle to clean it properly.
Sorry for being so crazy about the details, lol, just want to make sure I have it right. For the AIOs, the soaker is sewn into the inside of the diaper (between the inner and outer layer)? Or is it just sewn at one end, like a quick dry style (sort of similar to Simplex)? Most of my diapers are AI2s, technically, with snap-in soakers, but I leave them snapped in in the wash, so they stay together, but dry quicker than an AIO. So, I guess that's what I'm looking for. I've been browsing your Etsy store and want to order something just as soon as I have PP.
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