If you have small children, sooner or later you’ll have some sort of wet clothing incident, whether from an “accident” or a child gleefully stomping puddles or, like my child did on several occasions, straight up sitting down in a shallow creek. Karin from Leigh Laurel Studios shows how to make a drawstring wet bag to carry with you to carry the wet clothing items back home. She uses a fun cotton print that she makes water resistant by fusing some fusible vinyl to the back. It would make a great gift for a new parent. Or, make one for yourself to keep in your diaper bag or glove compartment of your car. Go to Leigh Laurel Studios for the tutorial.
[photo from Leigh Laurel Studios]
By Anne Weaver