Hooter Hiders Premium Cotton Nursing Cover - Azure
About this deal
Measure for the boning channel. The starting point is the outside edge of the strap; the ending point is 18″ from the starting point. I should probably stop eating all of this leftover holiday candy that gets me on sugar-filled nonsense stories about BOOBS and get to the part about sewing. Here’s what the nursing cover/Hooter Hider looks like: Ever been overwhelmed by the variety of batting (or wadding) options available or which batting is the right choice for your quilt? This post will discuss how to choose batting for a quilt, including the different kinds of batting options.
Cotton blend batting (usually 80% cotton/20% polyester). Very similar to the cotton option, but a cotton poly blend is less-expensive and doesn’t shrink as much. Good for machine quilting. This is what I use most often.
Additionally, the muslin fabric is soft against both mom and baby's skin, creating a soothing and comfortable environment for breastfeeding. The breathable properties of muslin also allow for proper airflow, preventing overheating during nursing sessions. If you can’t breastfeed in your car or can’t find a feeding room, then you might have to breastfeed in public. Learning how to breastfeed discreetly is a combination of planning ahead, mastering discreet latching and wearing the right clothes. Cut a 4″ wide section of fabric off of ONE end of the fabric that is 27″ wide (so an end that previously had the selvedge attached), and set it aside for later.
Some moms find covering up to nurse something they prefer and others do not.As with all projects for babies and the nursery, personal preference is the top priority to make your best choice. Sewing Tools You NeedFold the strap in half lengthwise, so it’s now 1″ x 28″. The folded edges should be flush. Press and pin.