If you spill anything inside, simply throw them in the washing machine with your tea towels.
A few more of those pesky fat quarters were used up here.
I am still stash busting with gusto.
I'm off to supervise the girls making their own sandwiches. I had an end-of-my-tether moment a few months back where I said I would not make sandwiches anymore if people were not going to eat them as it was so wasteful. They begged not to have school dinners and agreed to make their own, which of course requires a bit of observation. But I must say, since they have started to make them, they have eaten far more of their own lunch.
The phrase 'You should never bite the hand that feeds
you' springs to mind!
Background context info:In UK state primary schools children can choose whether to have school dinners, which you pay for after the age of seven. (unless you are in receipt of welfare in which case you can apply for free school dinners for longer) The alternative is to take a packed lunch from home. Little M is actually eligible for a free dinner everyday because she is under seven however, they are not fans of school dinners they prefer to take a healthier lunch from home. So I compromise, she takes a lunch bag three times and has two free dinners a week.