So, it's not Tuesday. But, just pretend with me. :) I was out of town for a few days, and came home to a home that looked like a tornado went through it. So I am just getting to the tutorial (not mine, of course) for the week.
I love this site/blog- DIY Maternity. They have different tutorials almost every week, and I've done quite a few of them already with lots of success. This time around with the baby, I would like to try non-disposable nursing pads since a box of them costs around 7-10 dollars. So, I wanted to try to make my own. Here is a tutorial on DIY Maternity on how to make handmade nursing pads.
The things I am changing:
- I don't have a serger, so I will be cutting them and just doing a tight zig-zag around the edges. I also thought I would try using my sheering scissors also.
-She says to definitely not use any water-proof fabrics, but I am. I don't really see a lot of point to wearing nursing pads if there aren't any water proof layers... I thought I would put one layer on the last layer inside, then one more layer of flannel. I only had one issue with blocked ducts with E, and that wasn't because of having water-proof pads. So, I'm not following that rule.