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My New Line!

It’s been in the making for some time now, but now I’m happy to introduce my new line of ECO-CHIC products!!! They are made with 100% bamboo fabric – AWESOME stuff! Here are some of the benefits of bamboo:

Antibacterial* – keeps you odor free (*curently being certified)

Highly sweat absorbent – keeps you dry

Powerfully insulating – Breathable fabric

One of the softest fabrics on the planet – you’ll love the way it feels

Naturally UV protectant* – protect yourself from skin cancer

Hypoallergenic – natural bamboo does not cause allergic reactions

Made from the most eco-friendly plant on the planet

Last night I had two of my gift sets auctioned off at a fundraiser…

It was ECO-CHIC’s debut!

The other set was with a brown and orange fabric I’ve been dying to use. I’m excited with how both projects turned out!


Whimsical Orange and Brown Gift Set

ECO-CHIC Black and Green Gift Set
ECO-CHIC Nursing Cover

ECO-CHIC Nursing Cover (Backside View)

ECO-CHIC Paint Can and Wipe Case

ECO-CHIC Black and Green Burp Cloth

Want to know how to make this products? Click below for instructions on how to make:

Nursing Cover

Paint Can

Wipe Case – Coming Soon

Burp cloth – Coming Soon

If you like what you see, I also have a store where you can purchase any of this items separately or as a gift set. Custom orders available! I hope you’ve enjoyed my site. Let me know what you think!

Breastfeeding Cover

How to make your own Breastfeeding cover!

Breastfeeding Cover

Breastfeeding Cover

When I was pregnant with my 2nd “little guy” (who is not so little…we call him Moo-moo), a friend of mine told me how she found this free pattern for breastfeeding covers online!

I was really wanting one, but was having a difficult time with the idea of a piece of material costing $30+. So, embarked on my cover-making-extravaganza! I made 3 in one evening; gave 2 away as gifts and one for myself.

After using mine for the past 7 months now, there were some things that i felt were lacking from the pattern that I found, and I wanted to share my new found ideas with others…hope you find them helpful.

I use a lot of pics to help illustrate because that’s what I find most helpful for me – ENJOY!

Materials

* 1 yard Fabric (for a great selection check out M&L fabrics)

* D ring – I used 1 1/4 inch

* Corset Boning. You need 1/2 yard @ ~1/4 inch wide and most stiff (wow, that got dirty fast!)

* Thread

* Iron and ironing board (optional, but it makes things so much easier sew)

* Snaps and attacker

Lets get started!

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