Since I’ve decided to cloth diaper baby #3, I’ve been researching like crazy all of the options. Pockets, prefolds with covers and wool. Microfiber or hemp? So many choices.
Then I discovered PUliWooli, made by a local Atlanta Mom. She uses the NykiBaby pattern (fits most 8 to 40 pounds) to create one-size pocket diapers and covers (wool and PUL).
This is the first WAHM diaper I’ve seen/used and I was super impressed with it right out of the package. I’ve snapped it down to the smallest size, which should fit most 8lb babies. However, my babies were smaller and skinnier, so I’m thinking it might be a month or two before it fits the new baby.
It features a PUL fabric as the outer layer with a girly heart toss on a white background. PUL is a waterproof fabric.
It has two rows of snaps, allowing for three different size adjustments and comes with one microfleece insert, with the option to purchase a second at a very reasonable price.
The inner layer is a white athletic fabric (which I’ve never seen before), which is a stay dry fabric ensuring that your baby does not feel any wetness. I really like this athletic fabric as it doesn’t get pilly (I’ve washed this diaper at least 15 times already) and doesn’t seem like it could ever have stink issues (and the three year old has some stinky pee overnight).
You can see it’s a very good fit on our very tall, 35lb 3 year old. It’s on the tallest rise, but still has several snaps in the waist if necessary.
I stuff it with the microfleece insert it came with as well as a hemp insert and it’s still very slim. And, we’ve never had a leak (and, we’ve had some leaks with a couple hand me downs).
It’s a great fitting diaper at a great price and supports a local WAHM. It’s a win-win for all of us.
She also has some fabulous wool covers (and does custom orders as well), regular diaper covers, taggie blankies and pail liners.