Rub their faces organically

We rub their faces, then their hands, and then their faces again. And just when you thought they were clean, it’s time to wipe their faces … again. It’s a never ending cycle. In case you didn’t get the memo, washcloths should be on your “things I need when the baby arrives” list. And you will need many of them because the wiping never stops.
And while we frantically rub ‘n wipe them, we might want to do it in a safe way by using organic cotton fabric (did you know some non-organic fabrics contain dangerous or toxic chemicals?).
And maybe you are sick of pink & blue combos. Well, these are far away from gender specific. Heading to a baby shower? These cuties would make a beautiful, unique and useful gift. Or you just might want to stack up for yourself.

{eco-conscious mama alert}

The part that gets in contact with your child’s skin (a lot) is made of lofty, soft and absorbent 100% GOTS certified organic cotton terry in natural. Another bonus: the terry cloth is domestically made which significantly reduces its carbon footprint. It doesn’t get eco friendlier than that.

{top fabric}

So far I have made just two kinds of organic washcloths – {woodland} set of 4 and {babushka} set of 2. I’m looking around for some nice organic fabric. I’m hoping to introduce more fabric options and some organic blankets as well.

For {woodland} I used 4 coordinating fabrics from the Birch Fabric 100% organic cotton collection. It’s a great unisex combo in natural shades of soft grey, taupe, mellow yellow, aqua, red, orange, pink, and green. They are full of trees, owls, birds, squirrels and other woodland creatures.

For {babushka} I used 2 coordinating Kawaii cotton fabrics from Japan. The fabric is really cute and kind of reminds me of my childhood. The background is white with adorable matryoshka/babushka dolls in deep pink and sea green.

{5% rule}

As always, by purchasing these {PCH} washcloths, you are not only putting a smile on your little one’s face, you will put hope into other children’s hearts. I donate 5% from the sale of each {PCH} item to three children’s charities close to my heart: To Love A Child helping orphans in Haiti, Jake’s Help From Heaven supporting individuals with multiple medical challenges and disabilities, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital fighting cancer and saving children’s lives every day.

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