Lindsay: DS#1 (06/06) DD#1 (09/07) DS#2 (10/08) DD#2 (06/09). AND A BABY DUE NOVEMBER 2013
I blogged about it here - http://rainberryblue.blogsome.com/20.../family-cloth/
Peggy: full-time shift-working mama to Kiddo (Nov|04) and Babygirl (May|11). Fiancée to Babe. Step-mom to Tween, my bonus daughter (Sep|00). Currently TTC - http://www.fertilityfriend.com/home/3c1739
Mine are about the size of 2 sheets of tp. I have a whole little "bucket" of them...a bucket, say the size of a large sherbet (but not ice cream) container...probably 75-100 pieces, I'd estimate...maybe more. I can go for a few days w/o wash.
My family is small...just me dp and ds until this baby comes out!
"I used t-shirt material. It doesn' run along the edges, so I don't have to sew it (I don't sew, really). I had an abundance of this material (but recycled t-shits...a-hem, t-shirts) work well, too."
Cristeen ~ Always remembering our warrior ~ Our is 3, how'd that happen?!?!
We welcomed another warrior in May 2012!!
2012 Decluttering challenge - 575/2012
always 2 ply.
wet bags for storage.
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