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Cloth-eez Organic Muslin Diapers

Cloth-eez Organic Muslin Diapers
(29 reviews)  

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Our price: $2.58

Stock Status: In stock in newborn and large. Size one-size will restock in late October.  

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Package of   Six

Approx. Weight / Age Measurements, Approx. Before Washing, inches Measurements, Approx.  after washing, inches


$12.50 per pack of six

5-12 lbs,

Birth to 2 months

20 x 28 19 x 27
One-Size (will restock in late October 2017) $3.82 $19.95 per pack of six

12-35 lbs,

age 2 months and up

28 x 30 27.5 x 28
Large $3.82 $19.95 per pack of six

12-35 lbs,

age 2 months and up

32 x 35 28 x 31

One-Size will work under size small covers or larger, but not size newborn, and fit until potty learning.

Size One-Size is about same size as our size Small/One-Size Birdseye Flat diaper, but this fabric is thicker so it is too big for newborn babies.  

Size Large is not the same as the birdseye size large. It is smaller than the Large Birdseye, but it is larger than the One-Size Muslin.  The fabric is wider and slightly lighter weight fabric, which is very soft and fluffy.   Pay attention to the approximate measurements in the chart to see which ones suit you. 

The One-Size Muslin and the Large Muslin contain the same amount of cotton, even though the large is larger, thus they have the same price. 

Made of organically grown unbleached cotton.   This fabric stays the softest of all of the natural fiber diapers.  

What is it? The words muslin and gauze mean the same thing. These are double weave, not the single weave that the popular swaddle blankets are. "Double weave" means that it is basically two layers of cloth woven together on the same loom at the same time to form one thicker layer. That's an oversimplification of the weaving process, but you end up with one layer of thicker fabric than you do from single weaving, yet it is still a one-layer fabric. Thicker means more absorbent, yet since it is still one layer, it has a nice, soft hand. It washes and dries easily and quickly!

This is another option for economical organic cloth diapering. It is like the made of Organic Birdseye Flat Diapers in size One-Size, or about a half inch bigger, but the sizes do vary due to shrinkage variations. These contain slightly more cotton so they are slightly more absorbent. The muslin (gauze) weave is a different weave, slightly thicker, than the birdseye weave, but they really are very similar. The absorbency is comparable to a size medium red edge prefold, whereas the Birdseye (Small/One-Size) is just bit less absorbent than these; closer to a size small yellow edge prefold or a bit more than a yellow edge small but less than a medium red edge prefold. These double weave muslin (gauze) will win in a side by side absorbency test. The birdseye is thus trimmer. So, that means that one-size muslin diaper is really too big on a newborn baby since it is bulkier.   Choose the size newborn muslin for a newborn baby.   They are great doublers later on (or dishcloths etc.)  

Size One-Size and size Large are big enough to be used as a newborn swaddle blanket.  We also have a larger version of this beautiful fabric for swaddling or diapering older childen Muslin Swaddle

Since they are unbleached, please wash several times on hot before first use to prep them.  The natural cotton oils present in unbleached cotton must be washed off in those first several hot washes before full absorbency is reached.  Easy to wash, quick to dry. Made in Pakistan.

 pinned muslin diaper close up  muslin gauze diaper They work just like the Birdseye Diaper. See pictures. This is a new item and we don't have many pictures of this on a baby yet, but the birdseye pictures are very relevant since they are used in the same manner.

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Cloth-eez Muslin Diaper is an organic cotton double weave gauze diaper. Made in Pakistan.

Please wash several times before first use. Link to more washing information.

compare muslin diapers How do you use this thing? See the Videos.

NEW SIZE! Size Newborn.

cloth-eez newborn muslin flat diaper    Newborn: Size after shrinkage 27 x 19 inches, which is 70% of the size one-size. This is larger than a birdseye half flat.   Orange edge stitch so you can identify them easily.


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Average customer rating:
(29 reviews)  

5 Most useful customer reviews (see all reviews):
Alicia M
Mar 23, 2016
LOVE!!! I own both types of cloth eeze flats, and I way prefer these hands down over the Birdseye. These are so soft, so absorbent, and wash up easier in my hard water then the others! Definitely going to be ordering more and fingers crossed they offer these in half flats, so I can have a smaller size for burp rags.
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Mar 31, 2016
These muslin flats are really nice and I like them better than the birdeyes flats for an older baby. They are softer, thicker, easier to pin, and more squarish. Like Karen said, these muslin flats would fit bulkier on a newborn than a birdeye flat would because it is thicker, but then again the thickness offers extra absorbency. For comparison, these muslin flats are like 2x thicker than Aiden and Anais muslin blankets. For color comparison, these are more brownish/yellowish than their other flats. It would be nice to have these muslin flats in a thinner option for mom's who would like to use muslin on newborns or want less bulk and having a half size would be nice too.
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Amanda V.
Mar 21, 2016
Flats are my diaper of choice. Prior to these we had Green Mountain Diapers 100% cotton birdseye flats. We love those and I saw these were released and wanted to try them. My son is a heavy wetter and we that these hold more than the birdseye. It didn't take him long to soak through a birdseye. He wore one for naptime, which was about 3 hours, and barely the front part was wet. I am very impressed with these and glad to have them in our rotation. They are a bit thicker than the birdseye but the absorbency makes up for that! Keep in mind these would be bulky on a newborn but for toddlers they are amazing!!!!!!!
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Cecilia Morgan
Apr 1, 2016
I have only had these diapers a couple days, but I really like them. They washed up great after prepping them. Super soft and an amazing size for an older baby, toddler, or heavy wetter. LO is almost 16 mo and maybe 19 pounds. She is a heavy wetter. So far through cloth diapering her we have used small yellow esge prefolds, med red edge prefolds and birdseye flats all in the unbleached organic cotton, and now we have added a dozen of these musling diapers.. We have very hard water in our town and as beautiful as the organic cotton starts out our water is very hard on them makes them stiffer and not always quite as soft as they should be. But all of these diapers have held up wonderful and depending on age and size of baby seems to have depended on which diaper was my favorite at the time. Flats have become my favorite as I feel they just wash better and are easier to deal with. And these muslin diapers are wonderful! So soft they get almost a quilting to them after prepping them not like a prefold but sort of. I would not recommend these for a newborn they are a lot of fabric and mine conpared to the birdseye washed up about 2 inches longer and about same width for comparison as we all know this is never exact. For me and my daughter I feel like these are going to be a perfect in between from the birdseye and prefolds. She soaks through a regular flat in 40 minutes (she drinks a lot lol) so bad that she pees through her cover often. And prefolds just wash great in my hard water and low water wash plate HE washer which uses even less water than the newer ones with the tradition tall agitator in the middle. So these are my new "it" diaper sooo happy with them so far! I feel like they are just as absorbant as a red edge prefold but maybe a little trimmer and because of having so many options for folding flats. I am feeling like she will outgrow the red edge before potty learning. These muslin absolutely in my opinion will get almost any child to potty training. Can't say how they hold up yet but comparing this diaper to my birdseye, taking my awful water into consideration. I had 18 birdseye and after a year I am still using 3/4 of them. So depending on your water, washer, and how may diapers you have I think these will hold up longer in comparison. They are thicker than the birdeye and so to me the whole diaper and integrity of it just seems slightly better. Time will tell! PS i am using these with Thirsties size snaps and Blueberry size 2 Capri snaps. Thank you GMD for amazing products and customer service!
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Mar 24, 2016
I'm really like these. I have 2 in diapers and they work for the both. The 19 month old is only 20 lb and fit nicely and are absorbent enough for her. I also have a 2.5 month old and the work for her too. She is 13 lb. They are a little bulky on the younger one but they work great at night for her. I have the birdseye flats and I like them but these are even better.
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