Medium rise setting with small yellow edge Cloth-eez Prefold Diaper inside it.
White on lowest rise setting over a small yellow edge prefold diaper. Newborn orange edge prefolds are most often used at this rise setting, but as baby gets older, the small prefold provides more absorbency.
Newborn prefolds are used the smallest rise setting but sometimes novice or small can be used at the smallest rise setting. Small or novice prefolds fit under Flips on the medium rise setting also. Usually intermediate or medium red edge prefolds are used at the largest (unsnapped) rise setting but sometimes, depending on baby's shape, you can use either of those (intermediate blue or medium red edge) on the medium rise setting, but most commonly those are used at the largest rise setting. Some babies need the absorbency of size large prefolds but they are too long to trifold into Flips at the largest rise setting but they can be smooshed down in there or fastened but the brown edge size large prefolds really are longer than fits into a Flip when trifolded. It is ok to fasten prefolds under Flips if you want to do that, but the design of the cover is made for trifolding so that can be the best way to use them. Baby shapes vary so this is a just a generalization of the fit.
Great trim fit. Mirror shown over a birdseye flat diaper.
Original Albert print (now replaced by new Albert) on medium rise setting, shown over large brown edge Workhorse fitted diaper on a 16 month old 22 pound toddler.
7 pound newborn in blossom
Countess on over a yellow edge prefold on the lowest rise setting. The blue blanket underneath is the Disana Merino Wool Blanket
13 pounds 10 ounces at just 8 weeks old. Flip fits so well on so many sizes, ages and shapes. This is over a size small yellow edge trifolded prefold.
size large brown edge prefold, fastened, on a big 25 pound 1 year old. Size large brown edge is too long for trifolding in a Flip, but it works when fastened.
12 pounds, 12 weeks, smallest rise over small prefold, same baby as above in butternut.
10 months old, 23 pounds in moonbeam 16 months old, 23 pounds in grasshopper. Shown on medium rise for a snug fit, but it would be good full rise on this baby if a roomier fit were preferred.
Hummingbird shown. Flip Night Inserts are here.
An exposed laminate PUL cover with a snap-down rise and stretchy tabs. One size fits most. Works great with prefolds and fitteds too. The well-loved Flip covers are finally available at GMD. This is a workhorse-of-a-cover known for it's great fit over a very broad size range. It fits well over the Workhorse diapers, too. More pictures coming soon. If you want your baby considered for the "see this on a baby" page just send pictures to us at firstname.lastname@example.org . We love babies pictures! Tried and true bumGenius quality. Made in USA.
One-size fits most. Cover only
Flip Diaper Covers
*Fit is approximate and may vary depending on size & shape of your baby.
U.S. Pat. 8,518,007; 8,062,276; 8,777,915; D708,319; D708,320; D708,321; D708,739. Other U.S. and International patents pending.
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