I am not a huge fan of these flats.
Pros: They are made with natural fibers
They are soft
They are absorbent.
Cons: The size, they are really small.
Hard to snappy. I've also found them hard to pin.
The edges curl a lot
These are really too small to use as a regular flat except on a very young and small baby. This also means they are too small to simply pad fold and stick in a cover as well.
I've been able to use them as a doubler for overnight. I fold it by laying it out flat and kinda folding it down a little more than a quarter on the long edge, and then folding one more time down. Then I fold short end to short end. Then I fold it again in thirds. This allows for 18 layers in front where my baby needs it. However, I am using it mostly because I paid $8.50 for it. I really prefer my GMD birdseye cotton flats to double for overnight (folding about the same way.)
These do tend to wash up well and clean.
One other issue I have is now with about 4 months of use, one of the 2 flats I purchased has developed a hole. I have no idea why as I've never bleached it and I don't use pins or snappies on it.
If they were more of a regular flat size, I'd like these a lot more and the snappy/pin issue wouldn't be quite as big a deal. But as they are, they aren't my favorite and I'm merely trying to get my money's worth out of them.
Reviewed by: Marina from Wadsworth.