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I love gDiapers! They are a great product.

gDiapers Disposable Inserts Case, Medium/Large/X-Large (13-36 lbs)

$57.96


So now you know the anatomy of a gDiaper! Don’t you feel smarter?

The preemie ones are easy to double up if you need more absorbency, but the newborn prefolds are a bit big for the small gDiapers unless you fold over the edge, making more bulk. It’s up to you how you want to do it! 🙂

How do you feel about buying used gdiapers? There are quite a few on craigslist in my area and I’m wondering if you would have any reservation about buying them used.

Thank you for all your gdiaper posts. Very helpful.

  • Sabrina March 23, 2010 at 2:41 pm - Reply

    Great pattern!

    Actually, a lot of us in the States have had zero luck finding snap tape like that…all we can find is the metal kind. You would be the hero of the gdiapers yahoo group if you told us about an online source, especially! 🙂

  • […] Here is the Anatomy of a gDiaper… taken from another blog […]

    hey! I’m trying to make a liner for my “mock gDiapers” and I was wondering if you could give me the dimensions of the liner itself??? Everywhere I look they show the homemade liner but no dimensions or pattern pieces. could you possibly measure the small/medium liner and tell me what it is? also does it have fold over elastic(FOE) or is it something else? I’ve heard FOE wicks moisture and can cause irritation and am curious about that as well.

    hey! I’m trying to make a liner for my “mock gDiapers” and I was wondering if you could give me the dimensions of the liner itself??? Everywhere I look they show the homemade liner but no dimensions or pattern pieces. could you possibly measure the small/medium liner and tell me what it is? also does it have fold over elastic(FOE) or is it something else? I’ve heard FOE wicks moisture and can cause irritation and am curious about that as well.