This ragged nursing cover is simple to sew and a great project for the beginner sewer. The pattern includes instructions for making the nursing cover along with pictures to help you along the way. It can also be whipped up in just a few hours.
This handmade pattern is a great baby shower gift for a boy or a girl. If you have questions concerning this please just ask.
A nursing cover is a great way to protect your baby and yourself while comfortably feeding. It also protects from the rain, sun, snow, wind, germs, and people. I love mine because I can keep her covered and protected from all the germs that go around. Plus it is an adorable accessory.
Once you no longer need the cover unpick the neck ties and remove the boning and you still have a wonderful blanket for baby. Out and about and need a blanket? This cover also doubles as a blanket.
Pattern Contents: Instructions for cutting, piecing, and finishing your quilt Pictures of the process Hints and Tricks that I have learned along the
Suggested Fabric: Cotton Flannel Minky Chenille
How it's made: You simply cut squares, rectangle, and appliques; sew the applique onto the quilt (very simple, I promise), sew the the fabric together, and then clip and wash for your rag nursing cover!
Finished Quilt Size 24 inches by 33 inches
*A cutting mat and rotary cutter are almost ESSENTIAL to make this project easy and fast to complete.
This is an original pattern handmade by me. You are more than welcome to sell your own handmade quilts, but please do not reproduce the pattern.