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I have 2 yds of bamboo terry which is going to be turned into inserts to replace Kaiden's hemp ones - those got weakened when I tried to strip them with washing soda, and now are pretty shredded. Still very absorbant, just very . . . not pretty
What I had done with 2 yds of hemp french terry was 3 layers sewed down in a rectangle shape. While they are nice and absorbant . . . they take forever to dry on a clothesline . . . and summer's coming up so I'll be using that again . . .
I'm in debate. Should I do the same thing, or should I make them bigger, so I can trifold them? And if I do that, how many layers should I make them?
Right now I wrap the hemp insert around a MF cloth that's been quad-folded (walmart cheap auto cloths) and I don't want to go bulkier . . . I think the MF cloths are about at the end of their life so it would be nice if I could ditch them altogether and just use ONE insert . . .
I can't decide . . . which is why that fabric has been sitting here for awhile