I started out using PUL covers for my son, and felt for the longest time they were the way to go for leak protection and easy maintenance. When my Thirsties covers began to hit the end of their lifespan, I wanted to make my own covers. I learned there were different types of PUL out there. I tried out a few different sources - I had some hits and some misses. Fabrite was awesome, but no longer in business. Babyville was great even if it delaminated, but a delaminated diaper will eventually die. I do have some good PUL in stock now but have since come up with my absolute favorite kind of cover - fleece!
When I first had the idea to make the covers out of 2 layers of fleece, I always intended to make some for my son . . . but they always sold and I never got around to making one just for him. Most of my PUL covers are dead and/or dying now, and I really wanted him to have a giraffe print diaper cover for the cookbook photoshoot, so I finally made him one . . . and I am so in love with this cover!!!! I want all of his covers to be made this way!!
I'm contemplating being done with PUL for good and selling off my small stock of it along with some FOE so if you're interested let me know! :)