I've been trying out new patterns because I like variety. I love the One*der Snap pattern and I use this pattern all the time. However, I tried a pocket with PUL for the first time using the One*der pattern. I like how it looks but the material is woven cotton so it wicks just a little in the legs. I'm still going to use the diaper though I need more "girly" diapers because I found out I'm having another Baby Girl.
The yellow one is the Oneder snap and the purple is the Tighty Whitey Hipster.
Little Sister got to try out the Tighty Whitey Hipster in a size Med. It fits her great (no action shots of her in that diaper though) and I made it out of cotton knit outer with a hidden layer of knit and 4 layers of birdseye sown in soaker with crushed panne inner. It is soft and trim but I add one of my trifolded microfiber and flannel soakers as a lay in soaker and it seems to work better that way.
I also tried the Quick Snap Flap Wrap pattern last night. It has a knit outer and crushed panne inner but I added a microfiber/flannel soaker to the inside. I made a large and it was very large. The pattern doesn't call for elastic but there is a tutorial on Diaper Sewing Divas board that shows how to put elastic in. I think I'll try the pattern again at least one more time and see if it fits better. Maybe I need to make a smaller size for Big Brother. There was some serious gapping in the leg on him.
I also made a Minky diaper cover with an extra layer of fleece inside just in case of leaks. I made a large sized Baa Baa Baby Cover and it fits Big Brother. I have more material in Pink Camo for Little Sister's cover and I want to get some more Pink Camo for Baby Sister when she comes. I love finding deals - I got the Minky (ok the store calls it Cuddle Fabric) and the large I mad from a Fat Quarter and the others are just the right size for the Fat Sixth material so I can get cute Minky for 1 cover with some left over at my local craft store.