|I cut my fabric 24" x 14". In my mind, this was a nice size for placing across your lap. You can cut them the size you want.|
|Run a line of glue stick along one side at a time and turn the hem in 1/4". (I was not really exact in turning. After all, these are going to be used to wipe dirty mouths! I just eyeballed the turn under.)|
|Press the hem down. (Do only one side at a time.)|
|Run another line of glue stick along the turned under hem and repeat turning and pressing. Now you have a double turned hem ready to sew.|
|To reduce bulk in the corners, you can trim the corner before the second turn under. Sew your hem down on each side, pivoting at each corner.|
TA-DAH! You're finished. Give it a try to see if it doesn't make the work of hemming much faster!