The hook and loop closure version of this is here.
The Newborn snap version is here.
The Collection Kit of 5 color-coordinated diapers is here.
The elastic is so soft and stretchy and the design is great. The "feel" of it is just right. I do think it is best at 4 or 5 months and up though. Like any "one-size" item, it's really quite big on a young baby.
Natural fibers inside, this one-size fits most all-in-one diaper is made in the USA. This easy-to-use cloth diaper includes 11 thirsty layers of natural fibers: 3 layers of organic cotton in the body and 2 soaker pads with 8 layers of the same hemp/organic cotton. As with all "one-size" items, they are really quite huge on brand new babies. I like them (all kinds of one-size things) starting after the newborn time, perhaps 11 pounds and up and choose newborn sized items for my brand new baby. Made in USA.
Care and Use:
Prewash on warm. Wash on hot. Add another rinse on warm. Hang to dry or dry in the dryer on low. More information available on Thirsties website thirstiesbaby.com
Outer – 100% polyester with waterproof TPU laminate. Inner Liner – 100% organic cotton. Inner Absorbency – 2 layers of 100% organic cotton. Inner Soakers – 8 layers of 55% hemp - 45% organic cotton
The prints are so much lovelier in person.
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Love the Thirsties natural all-in-one diapers! The newborn and regular size versions both have inner absorbent tongues that aren't longer than the diaper itself (unlike other brands), which seems to make cleaning and drying easier and faster. They're also one of the few options where all of the inner fabric (that touches baby's body) is a natural fiber, which was important to our concerns about comfort and eventual biodegradeability.
My first all in ones and I love the thirsties brand. Good quality and absorbent. It fits really well. And the quality is excellent. I love the fact that thirsties is made in the USA and priced similar to other good quality brands. All in ones do take longer to dry. I dry mine out in the sun to stop shrinkage and for stain removal.
We have never cloth diapered, and these are easy. I was given some prefolds and covers, but I don’t love separating the prefold and then using the liner again. Just a preference to just grab the whole dirty diaper and stick it in a wet bag then wash later. Especially with two in diapers. They wash up well. I would partly dry in dryer and hang the rest of the way overnight over the heater vent in the winter or just hand over the heater vent and either way they were dry by morning. We have a wood stove now so I think they will dry even better in winter months. I have to say that the last part to dry is the part where all the layers are attached, but it’s not a huge deal. I would love to try newborn for my new baby who was born 6.5 lbs but I’m concerned he will grow out of them too fast, and it’ll be a waste of money to buy a bunch and use them a month or two, so I may just use disposables until he is a tad bigger. Cloth has been so so fun! I love the idea of cloth on my babies, and it just is more natural. Thank you for selling these!