Here's how I did it.
I took a receiving blanket the hospital gave us when we took E home, and laid it out.
I folded it in half, fourths, & finally eighths. After folding it I cut it in to strips, and then smaller sections.
I did it while watching The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills on Hulu, and I think it took less that 5 minutes.
The final product yielded 16 wipes.
I then had to make the wipe solution. After reading many opinions online, I decided on dry storage, instead of wet. I took a water bottle the hospital gave me to recover (ahem) post childbirth to hold the solution, while storing the wipes in an old disposable tub.
Below are the materials I used to make the solution.
Emerson's Hiney Wash (This is a patented term):
2 T of Witch Hazel
2 T of Olive Oil
2 drops of Lavender Essential Oil
I store the solution inside the tub on top of the wipes, just to streamline things a bit. When it comes time to use them, I just hold the wipe over the tub, squirt a little solution on the wash cloth and use it. It's actually easier because I only have to open the cloth diaper pail, instead of the cloth diaper pail and the trash. Super easy, super cheap, and they smell great!