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Thread: Need help with nursing cover

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    I've made one for my daughter. There are several free patterns on line. The bendy part of it is boning that you can get at Joann's. I think quilting it would make it a little heavy. Usually they are just a single layer of fabric.
    My daughter did have me make a pocket on the inside of the cover. She used it for her breast shields.

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    Quote Originally Posted by G'ma Kay
    Google "Hooter Hider" and you'll see what the trend is now.
    OMG.....lololol

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    Quote Originally Posted by cinnya
    Quote Originally Posted by G'ma Kay
    Google "Hooter Hider" and you'll see what the trend is now.
    OMG.....lololol
    The one I bought for my daughter was called a "Udder Cover"
    :lol:

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    Well...you learn something new everyday when you call in at the quilting board! Been a long time since I was a nursing mother, but I don't think this would have appealed to me when I was younger.

    I had a collection of very pretty lace shawls...generally black..used them to cover up then tied it over my skirt or slung it over my shoulder....bit bohemian, but that's how I dress anyway. Very useful when travelling and you can even fashion a shawl into a baby sling if you get a bit desperate.

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