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Want the best prefold diapers? Choose organic.
100% certified organic cotton prefold diapers. Unbleached, of course. The cotton for these diapers is grown and harvested according to SKAL International Standards for Sustainable Textile Production. The fabric of the diapers is a soft, absorbent, durable woven birdseye that fluffs up when washed. Super absorbent birdseye weave is the very best choice for cloth diapers. Our birdseye is thicker than our gauze so even with fewer layers these diapers are thicker than the gauze diapers.
How to use prefold cloth diapers? Use these versatile cloth diapers at least three ways: fold around the baby and secure with fastener or pins (recommended: Traditional, longer length prefolds), fold along the panels for tri-fold cloth diapers then set into a snug fitted diaper cover without additional folding or fasteners (recommended: OsoCozy Better Fit, shorter length prefolds), or trifold and stuff into pocket diapers as cloth diaper inserts.
Organic prefolds available in three Traditional sizes and two Better Fit sizes. These diapers are not as thick as our non-organic diapers. You may want to allow for extra diapers to double up for nighttime, naptime, and outings. Discounts for 12-23 and 24+ diapers.
OsoCozy organic prefolds are made in USA by stay-at-home mothers and grandmothers. Unlike all our imported prefolds these prefolds are made of birdseye fabric, the same material as our flat diapers.
Sizing: Traditional (long) and Better Fit. Three sizes - Preemie, Infant, and Regular
Material: 100% organic cotton, birdseye weave, unbleached
Country of Origin: Made in USA
||Unwashed Diaper Dimensions
||Approx. Baby Weight*
||Price (12 or more)
||Price (24 or more)
||9.5 x 13
||Traditional||3x6x3||12 x 16
||3x6x3||12.5 x 13.5
||14 x 21
|REGULAR||Better Fit||3x6x3||14 x 16.5
Traditional Fit prefold cloth diapers can be secured snuggly around baby with pins or fasteners or folded in the diaper cover for extra absorbency.
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