Refusing plastic utensils is so easy with this adorable little spork! The pouch designs make them even better!
Get a spork and a couple extra pouches because they're all so cute, right?!
The sporks are made of organic bamboo - handwash only. After you're done eating, wipe food residue off and stick it back in the pouch, then wash when you're done! The pouches can be machine washed.
The pouches are made from sustainably sourced 100% cotton. The manufacturer uses digital printing which takes significantly less water and chemicals than conventional fabrics, and a portion of the sale goes back to the independent designer of the print! The drawstring is 100% cotton as well.
The pouch is designed to perfectly fit the spork, as well as eliminate wasted fabric. Insert the spork fork-side down for easier removal.
Sporks are approximately 3.75" x 1.5".
New to reusable cloth products, or want some helpful tips? See how to get the most use out of your reusables!
Cotton Rounds, Cloth Wipes, and Cotton Towels
First things first, wash and dry them before use. They are all machine washable and dryable, but we recommend to machine wash and lay flat or hang to dry, without fabric softener. (Of course you can machine dry, but we are trying to save the environment here, ya know?)
Use any detergent you have, there are tons of recipes for DIY detergent. Our favorite is the ECOS unscented.
Use the handy-dandy mesh washing bag to wash the Cotton Rounds so they do not run amok in your machine. Totally not necessary, but convenient.
After the first and each subsequent wash, they will start to feel softer and will become more absorbent.
If you machine dry them, they will come out a bit crumpled. They naturally cling together so if you flatten them out into a stack they will be fine, or if you have lots of time and a penchant for ironing, you may choose to iron them. (Side note, that could be a great way to teach kids how to use the iron??)
Cotton Rounds can be stored in the bathroom in a repurposed cotton ball container or small mason jar. You can loop the washing bag around your towel bar or inside the cabinet, and toss it in the wash when it gets full. If you are using them to remove makeup, pre-rinse to avoid mascara and eyeliner stains. Show us how you store your Cotton Rounds on Instagram with the hashtag #crueltyfreestitchery and we may repost it!
Cloth Wipes can be stored on the changing table with your DIY baby wipe spray, on your makeup vanity for quick cleanups, in the kitchen for little napkins, or folded up on the nightstand for tissues! The possibilities are endless with Cloth Wipes, really.
Cotton Towels are the perfect replacement for paper towels. Once they are washed, they will fit onto a standard paper towel holder. Save the tube out of your last roll of paper towels and simply roll them onto it - they naturally cling together to form a roll. Or you can fold them into a napkin holder, or have a nice little basket on the counter and toss them in. Once you've used them, rinse and put into the laundry hamper, or keep a wet bucket under the sink. Cloth Wipes and Cotton Towels can be rinsed and reused multiple times before actually washing, depending on what you've used them for!
If we've left anything out, or if you have other questions, send us a DM on Instagram @crueltyfreestitchery, or email firstname.lastname@example.org