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Old 02-21-2013, 10:39 AM   #1
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I have a bunch of diapers on their way for DS when he arrives. Most of my fabric collection was girly stuff from DD so I am using some of my other stuff to make wipes. I am trying to make about 40 wipes so I make sure I have enough for the newborn phase. I am using pieces of jersey knit that I had (most of which were tie dyed) for one side and puttting either flannel or cotton velour on the other side. I have enough Jersey knit for 32 wipes, but I think I am going to run short on the other fabrics. I am trying to make these without spending a ton, if anything at all. Any recommendations for fabrics to use or where to get them that won't be girly, will be really soft and effective as wipes, but won't cost say more than $5 for a yard?

Would microfiber, terry, or microchamois work? I ask because I have some of those I can use lol.

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