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May 28, 2013

Brown Cow Cotton

The next Flats review I have to share with you all is a shop called Brown Cow Cotton. Owned and made by WAHM, Elissa, Brown Cow Cotton sells adorable diaper covers and flats. Elissa sent me a One Size Diaper Cover and an Organic Cotton flat to review.


The cover and flat came with a sweet ribbon tied around them. I just love the Brown Cow Cotton labels that Elissa uses! 


The inside of the cover is lined with organic cotton, which keeps all the PUL away from your baby's skin. The stitching on this cover is perfect, and I love the soft luxurious cotton that lines it.


This is a one size cover that fits most babies from 8-35 pounds. The picture below shows the diaper snapped on the smallest settings. I definitely think this could have fit Ava when she was small.  


The organic cotton flat that I received to review is just awesome. The cotton is buttery soft, and Elissa makes these into just about a perfect square. Some of my other flats tend to pull or warp when they are washed and then dried, but this has held it's shape really well.


I was especially impressed with the serging on this flat. I've had serged items before that make me worry about the threads coming undone, but this flat has beautiful serging.


This flat was really fun to practice folds on because of its nice square shape. The soft cotton holds a fold really nicely and every fold I've done looks really awesome with this flat.


Above and below here are an Origami Fold. The picture below I simply tied the ends in front, but when I use it on Ava I snappi it or pin it.


Here is the same origami fold on Ava. It got a little messy looking because I was trying to find a cute way to display the tag for the photo! As you can see, it didn't work.


This is the cover over that same Origami Fold. I struggled a little to get the cover to completely cover this particular fold, but I suspect that that was more because I was still learning the folds. I have since had the cover over other folds and haven't had that problem again.


I felt like we got a really trim fit with this cover and flat combo, and Ava seemed really comfortable in it.


This picture below is a front view of the cover over a pad folded flat. I discovered that I preferred the pad fold for this cover, mostly because I could "pre-load" the flat into the cover and basically have an "all-in-one."


Overall we just love this diaper combo! The only thing that I did notice on this cover was that the farthest outside waist snaps could touch baby's skin when you get to the bigger sizing for this cover. I saw on Brown Cow Cotton's Etsy store that she does sell Snap Snuggies to keep these snaps off of baby's skin if you need them though! This diaper has fantastic absorbency though, and we got a really nice fit with the cover. There are some really cute and unique prints in Brown Cow Cotton's Etsy shop that I just love! Check out her adorable covers and awesome flats on Facebook and on Etsy.

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