I don't know about you, but we always seem to have a shortage of washcloths in our house. We use them for everything from wiping counters to washing faces.
This tutorial is more about inspiration and a little tip since sewing a washcloth is about as easy as it gets.
Lay your fabric right side together and trace the pattern. Here's the trick. See those 2 blue lines perpendicular to the pattern? That's the opening and you want to actually sew on those lines. What this does is pull that seam allowance down and make it easier to sew that opening closed when turned right side out.
Sew just inside your traced lines and trim.
Turn right side out and press. See how you can't tell where the opening was?
Top-stitch around the perimeter. I also folded the washcloth in thirds and sewed 2 parallel lines to keep the layers together better.
How cute would these be wrapped up for a new baby?
Here's to easy projects!