Diapers Are Sold Individually (Sold by the each, if you want 12 you will need to add 12 to the cart) Cart refelects price according to size.
For proper size see the bottom of this page
If you are looking for the most economical way to diaper your baby (or just want the most time-tested method), consider our Prefolds. And we’ve recently made the economical Prefold diapers even better! They are still “diaper service quality,” but now have even more features.
Tiny Tush Perfect Fit Prefold Diapers are shorter and wider, and fit better inside modern diaper covers (such as our Tiny Tush Diaper wraps). We’ve worked to eliminate the bulk associated with folding extra material at the waist. And we use long cotton staples, which makes the fabric softer, last longer, and prevents pilling.
Unlike the kind you will find at a discount store, our high-quality Tiny Tush Prefolds are made to withstand hundreds of washings. They begin as rectangular-shaped diapers that are divided into three sections. The outer sections usually have a thickness of four layers. To provide absorbency where you need it most, the center section has eight thirsty layers. This is commenly referred to as 4x8x4.
When using our modern diaper covers, you won't even need to use a cloth diaper fastener if you so choose. Simply fold the Prefold cloth diapers into thirds, and place it inside a diaper cover. Using the snug-fitting Velcro-type closure of the cover, be sure that all of the cloth diaper is inside of the cover to prevent leaks. It's that easy!
For a leak-free cloth diaper system, we highly recommend using Tiny Tush Diaper Covers
To use Prefolds, simply fold and secure with a quality diaper cover. For step-by-step illustrations of folding techniques, click here.
|Size||*Weight Lbs||*Prewash Dimensions||*Washed Dimensions||Stitch|
|Large||15-35+||16.25"x 19"||15.5"x 17"||Blue|
|Organic Small||7-16||13.5"x 14.5"||12.5"x13.5"||Lt. Brown|
|Organic Medium||13-26||15"x 17"||14.5"x15.5"||Tan|
|Organic Large||15-35+||16.25"x 19"||15.5"x 17"||Dk Brown|
* Dimensions and weights are approximates only