My mom has recently wondered what the cloth diapers that I use look like, and how to use them. The majority of the time I use prefolds, trifold them, pin them and then put on a waterproof cover that velcros closed. The rest of the time, I use AIO's or All in Ones. The AIO's have an absorbent inner and a waterproof shell, all built in, with either snaps or velcro, no need to pin. Howard prefers the AIO's for ease of use. I prefer the prefolds because they dry faster and the covers can be reused several times. Plus, prefolds are really inexpensive, and as I have said before, I am really cheap.
These are a few of them. The first is an AIO with velcro closures, and a pocket inside to stuff for extra absorbency. The second is a one size AIO with snaps that can adjust from infant to toddler size. It does not have a pocket. The third is an AIO with cow print over the waterproof material. It has snaps, it is size medium and does not have a pocket. It is very absorbent. At the bottom is a prefold and next to it is a cover.
This is a more up close picture so you can see the snaps that adjust the diaper.
This is what they look like inside. When they are clean of course. I didn't include cloth wipes because they are basically 8x8 squares of flannel that we get wet, then use. Not complicated.
So there you go.
The diapers are all sitting on my spankin' new table.
There it is, in all of its 8, possible 10 person glory. And of course, it was on sale :) The buffet thingy is questionable as to if it will stay or not. Opinions anyone?