First of all, if you're interested in a giveaway, Molly is giving away a nursing cover-up (aka "Hooter Hider") made by yours truly!!! So, go there to enter for your chance to win!!! By the way, it is an exact replica of the one we designed for her. (If she hasn't already, she should be posting soon!)
Most likely, you've just come from Molly's giveaway post. So, Welcome!!! Here's some information about what I do.
I make two kinds of nursing cover-ups: single fabric and reversible.
Both have D-ring adjustment neck straps.
Both have the boning that creates the "window" for Mama to check on the babe.
Neither have terry cloth in the corner because I wouldn't want that myself. It seems it would need to go through the wash a lot more and I wouldn't want to give up my handi-dandy cover-up that frequently.
Like Molly's, these pictured below are reversible. They are so fun and are great for people like me who have a hard time committing to just one fabric. I love to have options!
I wanted these to have a more thrifty price tag, but realistically they must be $30. This is still really thrifty since you're getting two high quality fabrics.
These were commissioned by "SarahT". She chose these fabrics herself.
This one was what I put together when told that the Mama (it was a gift) likes funky colors and stripes.
And this one could be yours if you WIN!!! I love this particular black and white fabric because it's really easy on the eyes. And the red pops! I love it!!!
I also make single fabric cover-ups. I like them because they are really lightweight. I would actually recommend it if Mama will be nursing much during the hot summer months. (Because, if you're going to take this public, take it to the public pool, right?!?)
These are really thrifty at 15 bucks a pop!
Here are a few I made recently. It was almost sad to ship them off. I don't know if you can tell by clicking on the pictures, but that orange one on the right is rockin'!!! It's a batik and even my husband gave it props! (He's no crafter!)
I do ship to anywhere in the continental U.S....maybe even beyond. I just haven't tried that yet!
The "hiders" aren't limited to the fabrics pictured. That's something we could discuss.
If you have any questions, or would like to place an order,
leave a comment or send me an email.