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« on: March 04, 2009 08:30:39 AM »

(I hope "nursing pillow" is the correct term for that )

Actually it could go in "Reconstructed", too, because I forced the filling out of an old and ugly bean-bag. It's tiny tiny styrofoam balls in there.
The Pillow itself is made from smooth microfiber, easy to clean, and the pillowcase is from IKEA fabric (called "ELSA") again. Didn't take too long to sew it.
And tomorrow it'll go to a pregnant friend. Smiley
'Nuff said, pictures are better...:

(Actually it's about 2 metres long and straight, but it can be tied together at the ends so you can also place a baby in the middle)

The ends... the yellow tape is folded bias tape

Very easy... doesn't really have a closure, just pull it over and ready


Yay for Germlish!
« Reply #1 on: March 22, 2009 11:33:42 PM »

oooh i like that fabric!

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