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« on: July 23, 2011 04:48:27 AM »

Hi there, I found out in May that my stomach ulcer & swollen liver was infact, a 6 month old baby boy! After months of being chronically sick, it was a relief to know the problem was not a problem at all! He is due August 24th and I am now finished with the decorating etc. so have time to sew. Im starting uni in September and will be out and about with him quite a bit, and I plan to breast feed. I saw these breast feeding covers http://www.fayeandlou.co.uk/shop/how-the-breast-feeding-butterfly-is-worn.html and I love the idea.
As I am a student, and found out about the pregnancy sooooo late, financially, I'm pretty bad off and I don't have the money to buy one.

Can anybody help me out with step by step instructions on how to make one of these, or send me links to a pattern? Free would be awesome Smiley I'm not looking to make and sell them, just literally want one for myself. I'm hoping he will take easily to breastfeeding, but there is a chance he won't so I'm a bit reluctant to buy one from scratch.

I'm not very confident or clued up when it comes to making things without a pattern. I don't have a clue infact, so help would be much appreciated  Grin Thanks y'all
« Reply #1 on: August 07, 2011 11:26:05 PM »

I'm pregnant and looking into making something like this. There are different designs, but this one just looks like two big triangles of fabric that are hemmed around the edges...very easy!

Check out my website: www.embercostumes.com
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