Boy, have cloth diapers ever changed since my eldest was a baby. I dabbled in making my own for Little V last year. These each have a tie-dyed cotton velour outer layer in either coral or purple, and PUL inner layer in either brown or pink. Each doubler is different.
Alas, I made the first one a little too small. Ditto the second one, and the third....so I'm giving them away (with the caveat that the velour/PUL covers have all been laundered. I read that I was supposed to wash and dry them a couple of times to seal the PUL where my sewing machine needle had touched it.) Of course, Dork that I am, I tossed in new unwashed flannel (soon to be liners) with the wash, hence there is a bit of flannel goo in the velcro.
All diapers would best fit the 12 - 24 month range.
This one has a doubler which is sewn in from the top. This doubler is four layers of flannel, one layer of Zorb.
This diaper's doublers are not attached at all. Comes with two doublers, again bamboo, flannel and Zorb.
This last diaper needs a little love. I bought snaps to try, but have the wrong size pliers so it needs either velcro or snaps added to it. Rather than a doubler this time, I made two liners (which are thinner than doublers - they are made to go over the doubler for extra absorbency and to protect the diaper doubler from stains).
UPDATE: A couple of people asked... where do I find my PUL? http://www.wazoodle.com/. I got the Zorb there too. Just click their "diaper shop" for great finds and cheap prices. And will I be selling these anytime soon? I won't. I only like to list things in my shop that are *near perfect* (because I'd hate to disappoint someone who paid me cold hard cash), but I am likely to give more away in the future, so check my blog often. Giveaways rock.