The hook and loop version is on this page. The snap version is here.
Don't confuse this sized cover with the Duo Wrap. The Thirsties Cover does NOT have snap rise adjustments. This is a true sized cover which comes in sizes Newborn/Preemie through Large.
When Thirsties Duo size 2 is getting too small on your toddler, the size Large cover is the next size up. Large is bigger than Duo size 2 but smaller than Duo size 3. It has room enough inside for a nighttime diaper.
The newborn-preemie size is suitable for preemies or for those who want something tiny and not bulky that truly fits your brand new full term baby for the couple of weeks. Use this over a preemie, newbie or newborn prefold (but not for over Newborn Workhorse since this cover is tiny).
The x-small size is good over Workhorse size small or for skipping size newborn diapers and starting in small or novice size prefolds. Understand that is will be big at first but it can be workable and newborn babies do grow quickly.
Size small fits over the size medium Workhorse and size medium fits over the size large Workhorse, generally. Don't go by just the size name (such as "small") but instead pay attention to the weight ranges because the size names vary from product to product. When planning your diaper stash, remember that paper and pen notes still work very well to help you figure things out.
There are no rise snaps on this cover.
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Thirsties is a simple wrap-style cover with leg gussets. It is an exposed laminate cover which is also referred to as a "wipe-clean" interior. The PUL (waterproofing) is exposed on the inside for a more slick, wipe-clean surface. Simple and effective. 100% polyester with TPU laminate. FREE of VOCs, PVC, phthalates, lead, and latex. Made in the USA.
Preemie/Newborn is for tiny newborns. Oak and Acorn limited edition print pictured has sold out but this picture still shows this tiny size nicely. In size Large, this is one of the few covers that fits really well over the XL Workhorse or XL Prefolds. Actually having a cover that fits correctly is important in both the small and large sizes. Most adjustable covers are really adjustable "mediums" and don't fit well on newborns or bigger toddlers.
Having elastic across the waistband in the front as well as the back really helps prevent any leaks. The fit is nice and trim; definitely worth getting the newborn size if you have a tiny baby. Ours was born 4lbs 7oz, and we've gotten at least 3 months out of this cover.
I was gifted two 0-9 month hook and loop covers from Thirsties. While we prefer the wool covers, these are great for going out and having under regular clothes with flats or prefolds when you need a trim fit. Highly recommend.
Our three-year-old will frequently go many (sometimes 8+) hours without peeing and utterly soak brown-edge prefolds or green-edge fitteds when she finally does. These covers have greatly increased the odds of her pants or skirt staying dry when she does...
This tiny newborn cover was exactly what I was looking for to have for my first grandchild, due soon. The leg opening looks very secure for a newborn size and is sized perfectly for Green Mountain prefold diapers in the two smallest sizes.
These covers fit well, we don’t seem to have much of a problem with leaks and I like that they aren’t bulky