These are really too cool. I didn’t know anyone used cloth diapers anymore, but think it is a great idea. (Oh, BTW the post about dying gave me a clue about the cloth diapers. Dr. Bronners Soap. That explains everything. :lol: All natural people, organic lovers. I have the most wonderful association in my memory with Dr. Bronners Soap. Years ago they used it exclusively in the restroom at the co-op food store we used to frequent. It was peppermint or something. The times have changed, the co-op has changed [not a co-op anymore], and the soap in the restroom has changed. I miss it. The smell was so distinctive. Dr. Bronners. Sigh! Soap with a whole lot of philosophy with it.) No smilie exists for this emotion, wistful rememberance.
I followed up both the links you gave, and was especially interested in the one about your dying experience. I have heard of dying with kool aid, but never tried it or seen it done, or known of anyone who did. I can’t believe you get such beautiful, rich colors with kool aid. :shock: This is amazing to me. I drank the stuff a lot as a kid but have not had much experience with it since then. I think it may have changed some since then. :oops: I have a lot of questions I could ask, but I’m sure I could do a Google search and find a lot of my answers. But must ask one. Do the colors really hold up? Especially in…you know…being used in this way? :?? :lol: All that great dye can’t be good for human consumption. :lol:
Great project from start to finish! :cheering: