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Old 12-11-2012, 02:28 PM   #1
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Looking for a fleece cover recommendation

I am looking for a good fleece cover that will work with trifolding prefolds. What do you recommend?

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Old 12-11-2012, 02:56 PM   #2
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Re: Looking for a fleece cover recommendation

bugga bugga boutique makes a breathable fleece cover. http://hyenacart.com/stores/BuggaBuggaBoutique/

i haven't tried the fleece stacinator: http://www.nickisdiapers.com/stacina...per-cover.html, but we love the wool one.

and little boppers makes cute fleece wraps. http://www.etsy.com/shop/LittleBoppe...on_id=10624807
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Re: Looking for a fleece cover recommendation

I am not a seamstress by ANY means, but I made a couple fleece covers just using my bummis sww as a pattern and they work fantastic. I used a cheap fleece blanket $2.88 from walmart and just did a double layer on the pocket dipes I made and did a triple layer on the covers I made. They went together super quick and easy!
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Wallypop! But she isn't making them right now.

Organic caboose is another one

Stacinator runs big IMO
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Re: Looking for a fleece cover recommendation

oh yeah. I've always wanted to try organic caboose. Theirs are made of 100% recycled materials. Yeah, and definitely size down on the stacinator. I put a newborn one on my 20lb toddler once (he is pretty skinny though).
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Also forgot my favorite favorite night time / anytime diaper = lollidoo! They have a pocket opening so you can stuff them or use them as a cover. They are the ONLY thing that works great for my heavy wetter.
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Also forgot my favorite favorite night time / anytime diaper = lollidoo! They have a pocket opening so you can stuff them or use them as a cover. They are the ONLY thing that works great for my heavy wetter.
I saw these but they are out of my price range.
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Re: Looking for a fleece cover recommendation

http://www.diaperswappers.com/forum/....php?t=1347720 this is an old thread but gives links to her shops. I got a great sock monkey wrap that I love. It works great with a trifold but is a little bulky.
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