Now that I sew constantly I decided to make one of my own. Not because I need another one. Just because I wanted to. I used this pattern and tutorial.
I used a fun gender neutral polka dot PUL fabric for the outside, along with pearlized snaps. The inner liner is micro suede. The soaker pad is 2 layers of cotton flannel and 2 layers of terry.
It's the only all-in-one cloth diaper I've used since Claire was a tiny newborn, so it's different from what I'm used to. It's nice to not have to stuff a diaper! And while I hated purchasing ($$) the snaps, and they weren't super easy to install (though not terribly difficult either), Claire is going through a phase where she tears her diaper off any chance she gets, but she can't undo the snaps!! It's been coming clean no problem and I don't have any stink issues with it.
The only 2 downfalls I've noticed is that there's no elastic at the waist in the back. That's not a huge issue for us, but if I was using this diaper on a younger baby I would be seriously worried about blow-outs. Second, the PUL isn't holding up very well in the dryer.
If I ever make another cloth diaper I will be sure to add elastic to the waist and I would line dry (which I should really be doing right now anyway!).