Experimentation time! I spilled some water on the table and wiped it up with both sets of unpaper towels. I would definitely recommend unpaper towels with a terry cloth backing as they are more absorbent and still offer a soft flannel side for wiping your face. The set of double sided flannel unpaper towels were slightly absorbent but not enough to my liking and would be better for using like a washcloth or wiping off faces and counters. In the end, either type of unpaper towels are a great addition to any home!
THANK YOU, Heather!!!
Heather is a mother of two children who are her inspiration for pretty much everything she does. She is in college full time as well as a Work-At-Home-Mom part-time. Her love for sewing and everything crafty began when she was 14 visiting her Great Aunt in the summer. She taught her all about sewing and shared an important life lesson with Heather from one fabric hoarder to a future one, “if you see a fabric you love, just buy a yard”…so she does! Heather's main passion is making quilts but since becoming a mother, and a frugal one at that, she has learned to make cloth diapers, bibs, baby shoes, baby toys and many other things. Knowing she's not the only one who loves to save money, she was thrilled to be given the opportunity to share her process for making unpaper towels.
Heather says :They are very simple to make and Robert Kaufman’s line of flannel fabrics are amazingly soft, perfect for little faces while also adding a pop of color anywhere in your house!"
Thank You, Heather!!!
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