Y'all. If you can sew, go make one of these right now. If you can't sew (I'm looking at you, Mom), I'll make you one! I've had this little sewing project in the queue (and here, on Pinterest) in my mind for awhile, and I am so glad I finally made it! We like our little swiffer duster, but I hated buying the refills. And then throwing them away. We're tightening our budget belt around here a little bit (looking forward to a possible car purchase in the next couple years, preschool and dance classes for Cadence in the fall, and, hopefully, a nice 10 year anniversary trip for us next spring!), so it was time to bust this project out.
I found some flannel scraps in my stash - this would be a perfect use for an old flannel receiving blanket, pj pants, or sheets. I used this tutorial, the only change being I used pinking shears to do the cuts. It was a very quick project. I did it in pieces, of course, but most of it was completed during Piper's naptime on Friday.
Being that it was pretty pink flannel, Cadence was very eager to do some dusting. She volunteered for this!