Reusable Flannel Baby Wipes

Baby wipes are expensive, and paper towels can be scratchy. You can make your own, reusable baby wipes from any soft and absorbent fabric. I used flannel for mine. Just cut into 8×8 squares and zig-zag or serge the edges to prevent fraying. If you want thicker ones, just put 2 squares together, and either turn and topstitch them, or just zig-zag/serge them together. Wash in the washer on hot with an extra rinse cycle if you want, dry in the dryer. They may get stained, but they are clean. You can use with just plain water, or with any baby wipe formula you find online.

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