We were recently made aware that our eco-friendly fabric like bamboo, organic cotton, or hemp terrycloth was featured in an article in Chatelaine, all about eco-friendly and sustainable alternatives to paper towels. So we made our own easy to follow tutorial for un-paper towels.
We took a folded half meter and cut it into 16 pieces by folding it in half and cutting, and then in half again and cutting.
They are approximately 8x10" each.
We used a serger to bind the edges all the way around. You could use a sewing machine as well with an overcast stitch or a zip zag close to the edge, or you could bind the edges with bias tape for a nice neat finish.
You could also leave the edges raw as they are all knit fabrics and won’t fray, but they wouldn't look as nice. Because they are a knit the edges would also curl a bit if not finished.
I know I’ll be making a set from my house, how about you?