A full rainbow of flat cloth diapers.
Flat cloth diapers are a single layer of fabric with an open, birdseye weave that exposes more fibers and makes this fabric the most absorbent weave of any cotton diaper.
Set includes 25 colors: Avocado, Beige, Berry, Brick Brown, Brick Red, Chartreuse, Chocolate, Forest, Jungle Red, Lapis, Leaf, Lemon, Marigold, Orange, Orchid, Periwinkle, Pink, Purple, Raspberry, Sage, Sea Green, Sky Blue, Soft Orange, Teal, and Terracotta
These are the old fashioned cloth diapers our great grandparents used, though we’ve added the twist of making them organic diapers in beautiful, dreamy colors.
No rough edges! We worked with our manufacturer to create a finished edge (turned and stitched). Two edges of the diaper are finished, and the two selvage edges are smooth. More comfortable for your baby.
- 100% organic cotton
- Beautiful colors, low-impact dyed
- Fluffy and absorbent birdseye weave
- Economical because they are one-sized
- Practical and dependable
- Easy to wash and dry
- Require waterproof diaper covers
- Work best with diaper pins or fasteners
Flat diapers are the most economical cloth diapers you can buy. Even when you spend a little extra to buy the best cloth diapers available, you don’t need to replace them as your baby grows. Flat diapers are the original one size diapers.
Flat cloth diapers, 27″ x 28″ – Set of 25
Approximately 68 cm x 71 cm.
Fiber: 100% organic cotton birdseye
Origin: Made in Pakistan, Dyed in the USA by Fuzbaby
How to Use Cloth Diapers
Because cloth diaper flats are big square of single layer fabric, you need to fold them.
Fold into quarters then again into thirds for a perfect sized cloth diaper insert.
Fancy folds put more absorbency where your baby needs it and create a pocket to catch any mess. There are dozens of great flat fold demonstration videos by helpful cloth diaper bloggers. A quick search, and you will be ready to build your expertise.
Most flat folds require either diaper pins or a fastener. We like diaper pins because they are reliable, they work forever, and they aren’t made of plastic.
For more absorbency, fold two diapers together for nighttime, heavy wetters, or toddlers.
Washing Flat Diapers
Wash on hot with your normal detergent. Flat diapers are so simple that you don’t need any confusing, special cloth diaper washing instructions. It’s cotton. It’s tough, and it can stand up to whatever you give it.
Easier to clean and care for than any other cloth diapers. So easy, you can handwash these diapers with no worries about whether your diapers are hygienically clean.
If you don’t have a washing machine, you can handwash flat diapers more easily than any other diapers. A 5-gallon bucket can be your cloth diaper washing bucket.
Dry on the line or in your dryer. Because flat diapers are only one layer, they dry quickly. Dry faster than prefold cloth diapers.
Use flat diapers now as
- cloth diapers
- cloth diaper inserts
- burp cloths
- newborn baby swaddlers
- play cloths
- changing pads
- baby cleanup
- gift wrapping
Use flat diapers later, too
Because these diapers are so durable and lint free, when your children are finished with them, use these soft diapers for:
- dish towels
- house cleaning
- car polishing
- window cleaning
- CD / DVD cleaning
My mother-in-law still uses decades old diapers like these to strain her preserves every year. You might not want to go that far with your used diapers, but they are tough enough that you can if you need to.
Our children used these colorful diapers as play cloths—as water, sky, and mountains for their toys, as hats and wings for dress up, as decorations. We even use colorful play cloths and flat diapers as reusable gift wrapping.