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Flats are really big (mine are large GMD flats, ~30" square) single layers of fabric, padfold means to fold into a big insert-sized (~12" x 5" in my case) rectangular pad. I do it by folding into a square, then trifolding, exactly as shown here: How To - Pad Fold a Flat | Diaper Pin Corner
I *love* padfolded flats now that I don't have runny EBF poos to worry about!!! They are trim and absorbent and wash up sooooo easily. I use them in Flip covers instead of the Flip inserts. Thinking about trying a Capri cover too...
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M is in a Greenchild pocket fitted stuffed with a small Thirsties hemp insert, and WCW light purple longies.
E is sleeping in a flannel/Zorb fitted with bamboo/Zorb and hemp doublers, and a stay dry insert all covered in fleece shorties. Whew. That's a lot. And they're all mama-made! I was going to put him in his GC bamboo fitted, but couldn't for the life of me find my pins. Grr! This is a new combo (old stuff, just new for overnight), so we'll see how the morning turns out.