I’ve been dreaming of writing this comparison of the Blueberry Capri & Coverall for some time, and then I learnt it’s no longer available. It’s been discontinued.
Naturally, because Blueberry Diapers is hard to get and refuses to have any sort of reliable external communication strategy, it’s hard to know when the Blueberry Coverall was discontinued, but my guess is earlier in 2018, or late 2017? But because you can still find it at somer retailers and because the Coverall is available on the used cloth diaper market, I’ll still finish up this review. I had already taken the pictures.
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Word on the Street?
Word on the street is that the Blueberry Coverall is a bigger fitting cloth diaper than the Capri. Both are fairly good size cloth diapers, but for the most people recommend the Coverall for use with fitted cloth diapers, or when using over a folded on flat cloth diaper.
What’s the Same?
For the most part, the Blueberry Capri & the Blueberry Coverall are about the same size and shape. There is no obvious difference in shape or size, and the Coverall proves to be a touch bigger along the bag.
But looking at them, they are both one size cloth diapers suitable for weights 12 – 35 pounds. They both have double snaps for the waist. They both have 10 snaps across the waist. They both have double gussets. They both look very much the same from the top as seen in the pictures below.
What’s Different about the Blueberry Capri & Blueberry Coverall?
Well, flip them over, and we find the difference between the two styles of cloth diaper covers made by Blueberry Diapers.
The main difference is the Blueberry Capri features inner flaps on the diaper. The Blueberry Coverall does not. It’s just bare bones cover. This makes the Blueberry Capri more comparable to the Flip Diaper or Buttons Super, whereas the Blueberry Coverall is like the Sweet Pea Cover or the Rumparooz Cover.
Additionally, the Blueberry Coverall and Blueberry Capri have different start points for the leg elastic. This makes the fit of the cloth diaper a little different and might be why the Coverall fits bigger. To me, it feels the Capri fits smaller in the front rise. As noted in the picture below, the Capri leg elastic starts closer to the bottom snap whereas the Coverall leg elastic starts up at the curve of the cloth diaper.
Which do I prefer?
I prefer the Blueberry Capri to the Blueberry Coverall. While I am not actively buying Blueberry Diapers for reasons listed here, I do really like the Capri.
The Blueberry Capri is one of my favourite covers in my stash. Even though, I rarely, if ever, tuck in my inserts into the flaps, the fit of the Blueberry Capri is amazing. It has lots of room to be used with your favourite prefold cloth diaper, or with a fitted cloth diaper. You can use this diaper, however, you see fit and it gives a great fit for babies after 10 pounds. Before that, you’ll want to try something else like the newborn size Capri.
Where can I buy the Blueberry Capri?
Cloth Diaper Kids (Canada)
Kelly’s Closet (USA)
Diaper Junction (USA)