- Package of 10 cloth diapers (the kind with the extra layers in the middle)
- Fabric 7 inches by roughly 18 1/2 inches (Pick busy patterns to camouflage any future stains)
- Sewing machine and basic sewing supplies
Wash and dry all the diapers and fabric, using hot water and mild detergent. I ironed the diapers (there's a phrase I never thought I'd write!) and fabric since they are easier to sew while wrinkle-free.
Cloth diapers vary a bit, so you may want to measure--mine were 18 inches long, so I cut my fabric 18 1/2 inches. You can decide what width you'd like, I liked 7 inches, but when the fabric had a nice motif, I let the fabric dictate the width.
|I love my ironing board cover!! Every project I press (clothing is never on the list) is nice and crisp!|
Repeat from the * on the other end.
Your burp cloth will look like this....
Turn so the wrong sides are together.....
Voila!! You're done!!
Thought this fabric was the perfect Christmas fabric--you know, Merry Christ-moose! Ha ha ha ha!!
Here's one I made with narrower hems but included the entire motif....