“My baby is too big (or diaper too small) to use the Convertabunz as a prefold.”
There are 2 sizes, small and large, to accommodate the size of your baby.
“The snap studs, to adjust the fit, left marks on my baby.”
Snap studs have been replaced with sockets where they may be against the baby.
“I couldn’t get a good fit on my baby.”
Fabric with stretch is used in place of rigid flannel and there are two closure snaps (4 total), instead of one (2), for a snug fit. There are also more snap sockets across the “top” of the diaper.
“I don’t want to have to undo it to wash it.”
You don’t have to, although it will dry faster if it is not in the insert form.
“When used as a prefold, it is baggy around the legs.”
Adjustable leg elastic has been added to the diaper to make it more like a fitted.
“Can you make some with ZORB?”
Yes, I added a layer of ZORB to the wet zone.
“It is a little bulky.”
I chose a thinner fabric combination to help reduce bulk.
“My baby is allergic to synthetics.”
There is (or will be) all natural fiber options.
“I need something more to catch the pooh.”
The elastic option, as a fitted or insert, provides somewhat of a gusseted bowl to help contain the pooh.
‘Since it can be used so many ways, won’t the stains show on the outside and look bad?”
I changed the placement of the “pocket” and snaps so it will always face the inside.
“The snaps seem hard to use since they are hidden under the micro chamois.”
I repositioned the snaps so they are no longer hidden.