I haven't had a child in diapers in at least 2 1/2 years. I really loved cloth diapering. When I used to tell people that we CD, I'd get such strange looks--like this :drop: And then I'd tell the person that cloth is so different than they think and that I couldn't pin a diaper to save my life. :lol: Oh, gosh, I just remembered Destiny--wasn't that her name? She was the master pinner (and maybe even those snapiis). And gosh, did I have a nice diaper stash. Remember how we used to pick our own fabrics? Oh, and the wait-lists. I remember waiting for months on certain lists. But boy were we excited when it was our turn :cuc: Here's my list of favorites: SOS--Christianson Creations? They were/are 1-size diapers and were super trim but absorbant. Fabrics were great--I had some cool vintage-looking prints. But then they became the "in" diaper and were hard to get (which was great when you sold them). Luke's Drawers--who didn't/doesn't love Luke's Drawers?! I loved how soft the inner fabrics are. I had a few of her super old style that took days to dry and then I bought tons of her One-Size-Wonders. I LOVED them. Quick-dry, cute fabrics, and I had two babies in diapers, so the one-size was perfect. I never had to worry about which diaper went with which baby. DH liked these too. I LOVE her washies and I still have tons of them. They've held up for years (my little ones are 6 1/2 and 5 1/2!). Bizzy-B-Hive AIO. Candy had the best fabrics and this was back in the day when you could pick your fabrics and diapers would be sewn for you. :drop: She had so many fabrics that I loved that I ordered diapers just for the fabrics not because I needed them. I was a diaper addict. :help: Then of course there are the ones that aren't around anymore--Buckeye Bottoms, Zootkitty (they were AWESOME, too bad Katrina flaked), and my #1 favorite of all time--Gavies. Gavies were incredible. They came in sets--fitted diaper and coordinating cover. I googled her a few months ago and her site was still up, but she hasn't made any in years. She lost a baby and never sewed Gavies again. She was so loved and her loss touched so many of us. And then of course the old standby--fuzzi bunz with either a hemp insert. Later they made the micro insert. I loved how thin they were-- especially on toddlers. They were so welcome after all those fat-diaper butt diapers. Finally a diaper that allowed our kids to wear regular clothing in their real size. I also loved them at night with a few hemp inserts. So, what were your favorites from back in the day?