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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About Autumn Beck

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. You can read more from Autumn over at https://www.facebook.com/beautifullyblessedlashes.

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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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