1979
Tiny Towels

“Tiny Towels,” Ensign, Feb. 1979, 65

Tiny Towels

I make baby washcloths or wipes by cutting up old towels or left-over scraps of terry cloth into five-inch squares and zig-zagging around the edges to prevent fraying. Two or three dozen of these, stacked near the baby’s changing table with a squeeze bottle of soapy water, save many trips to the bathroom. Judith A. Gile, Richmond, Vermont

Illustrated by Shauna Mooney