Here is a quick project to use up some fabric scraps you may have laying around.  I love these fun burp cloths.  They look a little better than the plain old cotton ones.

1. Wash all fabrics and burp cloths you want to embellish.  Dry and iron everything.

2. Measure the length of the burp cloth, add 1″ to get your length.  Measure the width of the interior panel of the burp cloth, add 1″ to get your width measurement.

3. Cut fabric scraps to size.  Pin or iron a 1/2” seam allowance all the way around.

4. Pin fabric scrap to the mid section of the burp cloth.

5. Sew fabric scrap to the burp cloth, I used a 1/4” seam allowance.

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