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Old 11-04-2007, 12:55 PM   #1
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Wool over full cut diaper? Recommendations?

We have a bunch of Sandy's diapers. Ds is about to move up from smalls to larges, so I'll need to a get a couple wool covers the next size up.

Any recommendations?

I love these diapers, but they aren't the most trim. Our current covers include a Stacinator M and Loveybums M, which work ok as long as the ruffles don't stick out. We also have a crat, but that doesn't work with pants.

I'm eyeing the Little Beetle pull-ons. Anyone use these?



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Old 11-04-2007, 02:52 PM   #2
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Re: Wool over full cut diaper? Recommendations?

The Little Beetle pull ons should work at they are designed in a soaker-shorts style. But if you want something to fit under pants these will not -- at least ours is meant to be a bit loose; not snug fitting. So it works better as the shorts themselves. As much as I love wool we don't do wool under pants. That's when I go with PUL or nylon or poly covers. Nikky's are the trimmest I've tried but that is probably because each size fits a small weight range (so you go through more sizes than the typical S, M or L of Thirsties or BSWW, for example). If you want wool as the cover then I'd go with wool pants. I love soft recycled wool pants -- not the odd looking kinds that uses the skinny arms of sweaters, but the nice full straight cut pants style kinds made by Woolybottoms or Harper on Hyena Cart or Heather at
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Old 11-04-2007, 03:49 PM   #3
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Re: Wool over full cut diaper? Recommendations?

i like the LB shortie soaker but they are quite girlie imo and would be super cute under a dress - not sure about getting them under pants - never tried one that fit that snug-
you might try a imse vimse wool wrap - these are full cut and trim enough for under clothes
a lot of people like the pull on interlock soakers but i think they are kind of bulky to put under pants and we'd get compression leaking - okay off to find a chair to hide under after saying that last bit about compression leaking and bulkiness
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