– Reusable - Better for the environment – Budget-friendly – Super absorbent – Can be made in different sizes
– Flannel – No Sew: Pinking shears – Sewing supplies
– Serger or sewing machine
Take your two flannel squares, face them wrong sides together, then just serge around the edges. I prefer doing a rounded edge.
Cut two squares of flannel per wipe. Use a straight edge ruler and a rotary cutter to do this faster.
Face two pieces of flannel right sides together. Sew around, leaving a small area to turn.
Turn the wipe right sides out. Iron. Top stitch.
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