These cloth diapers are made from our same soft stretchy terry cloth using the same quality of workmanship, but they have an extra layer of absorbent terry sewn to the inside of the diaper. The fit of this cloth diaper is slightly roomier. Elastic at the waist front and back as well as the leg openings, together with the snap closures at the sides create a clean pant-like look. A serged edge finishes the diaper. The large Sandy’s™ cloth diaper is one of the most absorbent cloth diapers ever, and holds 15 oz. When used together with our Sandy’s™ Diaper Liners it makes an extravagant nighttime cloth diaper.
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Julie: more than a year ago
I bought this for my 18lb son for nighttime use. It is really enormous, but it is finally a solution to nighttime diaper woes. We pair it with a Motherease airflow cover and an extra insert. Everything under the cover is completely heavy and soaked but doesn't leak! Woo hoo! I only give it 4 stars because it is so bulky it's laughable.
Audrey: more than a year ago
LOVE LOVE LOVE!!! This diaper finally solved my night time diapering problem! I've been cloth diapering for over 14 months now with my son but had yet to find THE night time solution. Pair this with the stay dry booster (since bamboo doesen't wick away moisture and it will also add absorbancy) and a Mother-ease air flow cover (not the prettiest but work perfectly for night time) and your good to go!
Dee: more than a year ago
This diaper is very absorbent for overnight. We have had not problem with leaks. The size large fits my 21 lb son, but it is very bulky. Even the spacious one size flip diaper cover barely contains it, but with a bit of tucking, it works. I have not tried a mother-ease cover because we have so many others. I am planning on crocheting a nice spacious wool soaker cover to use instead. This diaper is not stay-dry, so his skin needs to dry out in the morning. It is very soft and comfortable though. I may try a fleece liner to hopefully make it stay-dry. He does not soak the whole nappy at night, although he does with many other options we have tried. This diaper takes a VERY long time to dry (more than out bamboozle or rearz fitteds) I think because of how many layers there are inside. We line dry though so all you need is patience!