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Sometimes. I should use them more often.
 

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We use cloth--though not exclusively.
 

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yes we do, but I need to make more, because we don't have enough :)
 

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Homesteadmamma- what type of fabric do use to make hankies? I love this idea.
 

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Yep, we use cloth most of the time, except for when we have something greasy and then I use the paper napkins.
 

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Mostly. It's a hard habit for dh to break.
 

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I was interested in doing this to save $. I buy the best deal on paper napkins i can, but thought I would try cloth. For those who have made their own.... what do you make them out of? Homesteadmama, what did you make your hankies out of and how big did you make them?
 

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I use cloth napkins- and it drives my brother crazy- he always asks for paper napkins because somehow he thinks I do more laundry using cloth napkins. I also towels instead of paper towels.
 

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Michelle said:
We use cloth--though not exclusively.
We've now gone exclusively to cloth napkins :) and I've cut down on paper towels by using the napkins for spills too.

I need to make some more! :)
 

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mylittle4 said:
Homesteadmamma- what type of fabric do use to make hankies? I love this idea.
Angelee,

My Dad has always used hankies, they are made out of bleached muslin. HTH
 
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