If they cannot afford disposables (or there are none available) they have to use whatever they can find. Often leaves or newspapers, cloth rags if they are lucky."
|STEP 1: Cut 2 layers of flannel in either a square shape, mine are 10x10 or...|
|... 2 layers, 4 inches by the width of your fabric in long strips. (I simply folded my flannel with selvedge ends together and then the 4" strips were already doubled.)|
|STEP 2: Either serge or sew, turn & top-stitch around the parameter of your cut layers.|
|STEP 3: For the squares, tri-fold them across, and...|
|...for the strips, tri-fold them lengthwise, and you're done!|
Seriously! It's that easy to make a significant difference in the life and education of a young woman!
There you have it! A neat and lovely stack of soft and absorbent goodness ready to bless another.
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