Beautiful, highest quality interlock wool. I love the snap-side styling! Side snaps provide great coverage for no leak diapering, and I think it's very comfortable for baby because nothing is tight across the tummy area. There are several snap adjustments at the leg and waist for a custom fit. Made of Oeko Tex 100 certified merino wool. The snaps are reinforced with a small section of hidden cotton facing between the two layers of wool, thus the snaps are reinforced. This way the snaps stay strong over the life of the cover. The wool is jersey knit so it is stretchy and since it's merino, it is soft and comfy. I keep saying "comfy" when talking about this cover! While this style of cover is trim for daytime use, it does work decently overnight for some babies. You might want to size-up for overnight use if in the upper half of the recommended weight range. When it is time to wash it, please wash by hand in a proper wool wash to keep it soft and in shape. Made in the USA. This cover is terrific because it's so soft and cool inside because wool breathes.
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Link to Babee Greens Wrap Style version.
We love these in our house! Used a size small and large as our baby grew. They do run a little small. The large fits perfectly on our 6 mo at 15 lbs and she's been wearing it for a few weeks now even. They are so soft and easy to use, not very bulky, resemble regular disposable diapers; super easy for nannies/grandparents to figure out. We've used both as overnights as well. The small didn't seem to do as well (some leakage when baby would sleep 6 +hrs at night), but the large is holding up great. Might just be baby's age and not going as much at night, but either way, these are still an awesome cover!
These are amazing!!!
First time cloth diaper newbie and I’ve tried PUL and Wool and hands down wool is the better investment. If you can make the investment and get wool covers and just a couple plastic covers as back ups you will not regret it. Do take time and care to take proper care of the wool diapers by not washing and drying in the machine. However this is much simpler than it sounds because you truly do not need to wash these often. I was skeptical but it’s true. Lanolizing the diaper sounds intimidating but it’s so simple and quick. I’ve switched entirely to wool with only a couple plastics for back up. The wool does take long to dry at least in my climate so having several in rotation is key.
This is a beautiful wool cover, which I mainly use over origami folded flats for my baby during the daytime. I have used for nighttime but it does get damp eventually. Excellent workmanship.