A stack of flannel squares + a serger = the perfect, super easy to sew compliment to our cloth diaper donations...CLOTH WIPES. A serger makes these super fast, but don't fret, they can still be sewn with a sewing machine with just a little extra effort. With a sewing machine I would recommend cutting the flannel with pinking sheers or doing a turn/topstitch to help the edges be more finished.
The size of the square depends on what's in your stash! Really. But an average of 7x7 inches is a good place to start....though I don't think there are 2 in this stack the same size! lol! I say however you can use your fabric to get the most is best.
Here's one serged all around and read to go! These are soft little washies that are useful for so many things. And being such a breeze to whip up a stack, we'll be sending a couple dozen along with our diaper donations this month!
Remember, there are links in the sidebar to free cloth diaper patterns to assist with this project!