Pictures of Cloth-eez POSO diaper cover
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If these had come out correctly, the leg elastic on medium and large would have been cut longer, allowing for a larger leg opening. They aren't exactly they way they were supposed to be, but depending on baby's shape, they can still be good. Chubby legs won't fit these well in medium and large. XS and Small are correct.
Size XS on a newborn baby
Below is Medium on 2 months old, 13 pounds
Medium on smallest leg snap setting, 2 months old, 13 pounds
Below is Medium on smallest snap setting 4 months old, 15 lb 6 oz & 26 inches.
Below is 6 months, 18 pounds, size medium
6 months old, 18 pounds in Medium
Below is medium on 14 pounds, 24 inches tall, 6 months old. Comfortable.
Below is large on a 21 pound 10 month old. This picture shows the not-quite-right leg elastic issue. The leg opening really should have been an inch larger than it is. It still works but we'll fix this for our next production run.
Large on 21 pound 10 month old
Below is size Large on a tall 14 month old, 29 lbs, 34 inches (97th percentile)
POSO Size: Large, two snaps in at waist and two snaps in on legs
Over: large Workhorse
There is a leg gusset in there but you can't see it in this picture. Size Large, 14 months, 29 pounds and tall. Shown over size Large Workhorse diapers.
Large is too small on this 2.5 year old below because the legs are too snug.
2.5 years old, approx 31 lb and around 36 inches tall in size Large. But the legs are just too snug so this BETA version of the cover does not fit correctly. Our next production run will fix this issue.
Size Large on a thin toddler. It fits well on this shape.
Below is size Large on a 19.5lbs, 29 inches tall, 7 months old. Plenty of growing room.
Large, 7 months, 19.5 pounds
Pinned prefolds or flats or fitted diapers are recommended under this, not Snappis and Boingos because there is nothing tight across the front to help hold the Snappi on.
The cover is "back snapping". It snaps towards the back, which is the opposite direction of most diaper covers. The tag should end up at baby's right hip. (But if on the low end of the size range, it could still work fine if it's put on backwards.)
If you pull on both the intended design and the cover that was actually made and in stock now, the pattern is exactly the same. The difference is in the elastic. It came out a bit snugger than I wanted it to be. So, it will be fantastic on thinner legged kiddos, but not on chubby ones.