Enter in a bit of ingenuity. I had some flannel in my sewing stash and I had some homemade liquid soap (recipe here) that I could easily dilute. I got busy.
I cut my cute flannel scraps into roughly 4 x 5 inch sections (I totally eyeballed this). NOTE: I SHOULD HAVE USED EITHER PINKING SHEARS OR SURGED UP THE SIDES BECAUSE THESE HAVE SINCE STARTED TO FRAY ON THE SIDES A BIT...At the time though I was in such a hurry to find a solution to my problem that I didn't consider the unraveling/fraying factor.
I then used a wide mouth pint sized mason jar. To the jar I added 1/8 cup distilled water and 1 Tablespoon of homemade liquid hand soap. I took my flannel scraps and wet them first then added them to the jar and gave it a healthy shake...voila! These work wonderfully, they are very soft on the skin and they do a great job with diaper clean up! win-win!