What cloth diapers do I recommend?


I get this question ALL the TIME! I love answering every comment and email but it can get overwhelming.  Therefore, I’ve created a page that lists all my recommendations.

I’ve only include cloth diapers I have used (Lil’ Joey’s aren’t on the newborn list yet) and ones that are still being made (no more Blueberry minky sidesnap pockets :( ).

I will add to the list as I try new products.  Let me know if I’ve forgotten one that you know I love!


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Autumn is a wife, mother, homeschool teacher, friend and most important a follower of Christ. She began cloth diapering in 2005 and has experienced many joys and trials throughout the years. Autumn enjoys writing but would choose camping with her family any day!

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13 Responses to “What cloth diapers do I recommend?”

  1. Nikki Says:

    Have you ever tried Baby Gs? I like that they have the flushable or compostable disposable liner option if you are out and about for a whole day or something.

    Any diaper systems to stay away from?

    I am a mom to be and just trying to sort through all the options and information.



    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Baby G’s as in G Diapers? I personally never liked the fit but you can search the blog for a guest post that was written. Also, check the My Recommendations tab for brands I like.


  2. Heather Vitteri Says:

    Have you ever tried Motherease cloth diapers? We wanted to buy a stash of the one size fitted, to start with our next baby at birth, as well as her older brother who is 15 months right now. Also, any one-size diapers that you recommend for newborns? Thanks for a great blog, its my first stop for my own questions, and in spreading the news to my friends!


    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Softbums are a great multi-child one-sized diaper. They fit on a newborn. It isn’t my favorite system but I still recommend it. Motherease are simple, no frills fitteds. They aren’t super absorbent but they work.


  3. Grateful for Grace Says:

    Such a helpful list! I should have gone with Flip, probably, but once I tried the Rumparooz, …. I was spoiled. If we get to have another baby, I’ll probably add Flip.

    You are sooo helpful!


  4. Amy Says:

    Hey Autumn!
    I just wanted to suggest an AIO that I found that I love. Fishnoodles on hyena cart. It has an awesome fit and is very trim – even more so than my BG Organics. I don’t have a heavy wetter so I’m not sure how they hold up in that respect but there is plenty of room to add a doubler if you needed one. Try it and let me know what you think!


  5. Anonymous Says:

    Oh, and I’m looking for an economical choice for using under wool soakers, shorties, and longies. What would you recommend?


    • Emily D Says:

      I use prefolds with a snappi under my wool, or of course you could use pins. I know they seem difficult but I watched a tutorial on how to fold and pin them – I think at Green Mountain Diapers- and it doesn’t take me any longer to use a prefold than a pocket!


      • Leah Says:

        Emily, thank you so much! I have a bunch of prefolds but only a couple snappis. And honestly, I’m worried about putting holes in my diapers with the snappis. I’ll see if I can find the tutorial on using pins at GMD! Thanks again. :)


  6. Leah Says:

    Autumn, do you know anything about Crickett’s diapers, http://www.crickettsdiapers.com/ ? I’ve heard a bit about them but thought maybe you would know more. TIA


    • Autumn Beck Says:

      Never used Crickett’s. I have used Clover’s and iirc they are economical. It’s been a few years though. MEOS are an inexpensive one-size. Make sure to buy the doubler though.


  7. Jill Says:

    I am starring this on my reader so I can find it again but I think you should post it as a tiny url on the earth day cloth diaper chat!


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