Made of Oeko Tex 100 certified merino interlock wool. Similar to the Babee Greens Classic but now in a wrap style! The snaps are reinforced with a small section of hidden cotton between the two layers of wool so 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. Don't size up. This is a roomy cover. The size large will be wonderful on older toddlers or preschoolers. 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.
Small on a 12 pound 4 month old. It is big on her now but it works very well and there is a lot of growing room in this. Small will fit over a medium Workhorse diaper. Shown on baby over a size small Workhorse.
Link to Babee Greens Classic style version.
I absolutely love these wool covers! They are so roomy and soft and are more trim than most. I have 3 of these and rotate them around with my Disana wool covers. Love them!
I’m a huge fan of wool, so this wasn’t a hard sell for me. I love the disana pull-on covers, but they’re bulky. These fit snug/trim like any other snap cover. I’m using size small on my 14-lb 7mo (she’s a peanut). I have a hard time fitting a mother ease Sandy under a thirsties duo size one, but it fits perfectly in this cover (see photo). This combo is my new favorite!
Great fit and quality!
My husband requested some snap type wool covers as he dosnt like my pull on kind. I got him this style plus the other type. We love them both only complaint and reason not for a 5 star is the snaps on one side will pop open no matter What setting we have them on so we have to make sure baby is in a onesie snapped around cover to wear this style so it dosnt come off.
In my opinion wool can’t be beat especially in the heat of south Louisiana. It allows babies skin to breath vs. be being trapped in microfiber. After reading and researching lots of info about wool diapering I went for it and am so glad I did. The care is different and particular but I think it’s very worth it. I appreciate using natural fibers around my baby and for the environment whenever possible and babies really do stay cooler in wool.