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I have a huge pile of flats that were given to me-which is what I was planning on using. They feel like a flannellette, and are about 27x 27.

I don't know what brand they are, but I have a feeling that they might be kushies...(the covers that were with them were kushies-which I don't plan on using. They feel really plasticky, and I've found some other covers that I like a lot better.)

 

I guess my question is, if these ARE kushies, are they worth my time, or should I be looking for another brand of flats?

I've considered just making some of my own, but i'm not sure which fabrics would be best for that-the flannellette types, or more of a cotton weave...

 

Suggestions?


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