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Cloth fitted diapers are so easy to use! They go on much like a disposable diaper, staying put with either velcro or snap closures.
Elastic is usually sewn into both the leg openings and the waist to make them fit baby snuggly. This also helps contain messes!
You can easily have all natural and/or organic fibers for your fitted diapers since many are made with these.
I think these are the cutest of all the cloth diapering options since they come in so many different colors, prints, fabrics, and styles.
Fitted diapers are not waterproof so you will need a diaper cover.
Pros of Fitted Diapers
- Easy to use
- Cute on baby
- Natural fabrics
- Keeps messes contained
- Fits baby really well
Cons of Fitted Diapers
- More expensive than flats or prefolds
- Requires a diaper cover
- Takes longer to dry
- Happy Heiny’s
- Under the Nile
- $9 – $30 each, depending on brand and materials used (ie organic or non-organic)