In the wake of this pandemic my daughters together decided to learn about sourdough. They found something online called "Sourdough Bootcamp" and the rest is history... I wanted to help set them up for success, I myself have been making sourdough for the past year and know that there are a few things that make it much easier. I bought two proofing clothes a while back and if nothing else I like that they never get mixed in with the household laundry, they are for making bread, and I only wash them by hand and hang them to dry. Anyway before I forget the reason of my query, I tried to buy among other things for the girls some cloths from the supplier I purchased mine from but they are sold out...and then I got to thinking I am a sewing kind of person why don't I just buy the fabric and make them some...and that is where it ends... what is the name of the fabric used in a proofing cloth? I know mine is a lightweight unbleached cotton fabric...and now that I have been reading I have learned that some people swear by linen and one site said unbleached cotton drill....
Any info on this topic would be appreciated.