SNIP THE CORNERS (and cut away any excess from your seam allowance that’s left) when you’re done. This is important. Otherwise the extra bunches up underneath and makes it hard to apply snaps. I didn’t do this, oops.
|Unpaper Towels with snaps (upright) and a roll with hook & loop|
|For my wetbag, I just used the one layer of Pul. I started out by cutting a piece of
Pul for about the size that I wanted my wetbag to be.
|I folded down what would be the top of the wetbag to make a casing that I could thread the drawstring through when I was done and stitched it closed.|
|Then I folded the Pul right sides together and sewed the bottom and side, leaving the top open (of course).
Make sure you don’t sew over the drawstring casing.
I flipped the wetbag right sides out, attached a safety pin to my drawstring, and threaded it through the casing. I finished it by tying off both ends of the drawstring with a knot, making sure to leave enough drawstring so that the wetbag could be open all the way without the string getting lost back inside the casing.
|I attached snaps so that I can snap the strap together, and finished!|
|Here’s my finished product, hanging up in my kitchen.|
Update: This has been great for bibs too.Also, after Baby G eats his solids I like to wet an unpaper towel with hot water to wash off his face. He’ll usually grab it from me to suck on which helps my cause!