So basically... You start with your diaper all sewn up. No laundry tabs needed. Just the loop strip across the front (and whatever, if any, rise snaps you need). You then sew up your H&L tabs. You can use pre-cut die-cut tabs, or shape them yourself like I do.
Apply snaps to the corners of your tabs. Studs on the hook side.
Caps on the loop side.
Then, spaced the same width apart, sockets up on your wings.
Your tabs now snap easily on and off of your diaper.
The adjustability (and babysitter friendliness) of H&L and the ease of care of snaps.
Tabs popped off:
Here they are overlapped on the NB setting.
** Also, if you do each tab with a socket AND a stud and each wing the same way, the wings could snap together and also be self-clipping for line-drying. Make sure your tabs are wide enough so the snaps are set far enough apart to snap together around your clothes line. :)
Always put the studs and sockets on the same sides for universal tabs.
Snap onto your clothes line for drying without clothes pins:
Mess containment with tabs already removed:
Should work with any type diaper with short enough wings to use this style of cross-over tabs...