8.31.2008

FREE Nursing Cover Pattern!

Enjoy!

Please comment with any questions or corrections!
Thanks.

16 comments:

Richard and Shauna said...

Tara, you amaze me, thanks for posting this. I am going to figure out how to use my sewing machine when I get back to America. I can't wait! You inspire me.

Sitha said...

Thank you for sharing...

Ashley Terry said...

Thanks! The directions are very clear and easy to follow.

Anonymous said...

Can't wait to make this for my doughter it's our first baby .. thanks thanks just what we been looking for

Anonymous said...

Thank you so much for posting this pattern and the drawings. I am making one for my daughter but have never seen one up close so I was having a very hard time figuring out how to put it together.

Pat said...

I'm so glad I found you and this on the web. I got some great fabric to make two for my daughter-in-law, and will be helped greatly by your instructions! Thanks so much.

Anonymous said...

Instead of fighting with opening D ring why not slide it onto strip before folding in half and sewing? Just a thought.

pinkatilly by TaraLee said...

Thanks for all the comments!
@ Anon: Definitely an option - though then you may have to fight with a zipper foot when sewing close to the D-ring. Great suggestion, thanks!

happyhome said...

do you have an etsy shop?

TaraLee said...
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pinkatilly by TaraLee said...

Yes but it is closed at the moment. Is there something particular you'd like to buy or just looking??
checkout www.byEKaye.etsy.com It's a darling store with a lovely shop owner! :)

Anonymous said...

This was so helpful! I made this for a friend, and it was so easy! I found that I couldn't sew over the boning when attaching the straps; is there a trick?

TaraLee said...

Try adjusting the length of your stitch. It should sew along more smoothly if the needle pierces the holes in the boning rather than the plastic itself.

The Williams said...

I am a complete sewing novice and have been searching online for a while now for the best (free:)) nursing pattern to make as a gift. Your pattern BY FAR is the easiest to follow. Love the idea of pockets... the only change I think I'll make is to do one pocket and one terry cloth corner to help clean up baby dribbles! Thank you so much for this pattern.

Anonymous said...

Thank you!

Photosarah Crafts said...

Thanks for sharing this tutorial. It was exactly what my friend was looking for. The directions were simple and easy to follow.

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