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Old 01-12-2012, 01:57 PM   #11
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I use MEAF with mine as well Proraps Classic cover. I got one of them with a grabbag of gently used diapers from CottonBabies. I was surprised at how well they fit over large Sandys.

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Old 01-12-2012, 02:04 PM   #12
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Gen-Y Simplicity or Classic! I think the Universals are better for trifolding than bulky fitteds.
Yep, that's what I'd say.

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Thanks for the suggestions! I should have clarified though, I'm primarily looking for a daytime cover to go under clothes. I have three disana soakers (love!) for night time. I also have made several pairs of fleece longies but find that people mistake them for pajama pants AND they get compression leaks all the time and I usually end up with a big pee spot when babywearing...so I'm not feeling the fleece love these days. I am working on my first longies but it's taking forever so I need something in the meantime!
Maybe the solution is as simple as loosening the sandy's ! That would be nice
The Stacinator So Simple covers aren't entirely made of fleece - they are PUL with fleece leg and waist bands. They are a bit "poofy" but do squish down so you can use them under clothes during the day.
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I've never tried them, but I've heard that Dappi nylon pants or Bummis nylon whisper pant works well. I've been meaning to buy some and try them out, thanks for reminding me!!
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I would try large or x large dappi nylon pull on covers. I love them, they are great over fitteds.

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My son wears Toddlease fitteds under XL Bummis snap whisper wraps. I've been happy with them so far

He fits great in the Toddlease fitteds but the XL Airflows (as much as I love them) are too small.

Imse Vimse makes a wool wrap that has a nice trim fit since it has the Velcro closure.
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Thanks for all the suggestions!!! Off to check all of these out!!!
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Gen-Y Simplicity or Classic! I think the Universals are better for trifolding than bulky fitteds.
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Re: Which covers fit over Sandy's?

My son is using the Toddle-Ease diapers now and the best inexpensive covers I've found are the ones I knit myself. I used the curly purly free pattern and bought inexpensive wool at the local yarn store. They work out to less than $7 each for XL covers and smaller sizes would be even less. Since they're single layer, they fit well under clothes too.
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My son is using the Toddle-Ease diapers now and the best inexpensive covers I've found are the ones I knit myself. I used the curly purly free pattern and bought inexpensive wool at the local yarn store. They work out to less than $7 each for XL covers and smaller sizes would be even less. Since they're single layer, they fit well under clothes too.
Ooh, thanks for the tip! I'm working on my first pair of longies ever and I'm loving my new pastime!
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