Tuesday, February 20, 2007

Wool Breast Pads for nursing moms

One of my dear friends is having a baby shower this weekend. When I looked at her gift registry, I saw she had organic wool breast pads on her list. It got me thinking….
I have wool and I felt. So, I came up with these felted breast pads. I used a Merino-Corriedale wool bat for the base and embellished the top with colorful tussah silk top and merino wool roving. Because this is an experiment, I made them in two sizes. I hope they work out well for her.


raf pulejo said...

I don't have much experience about this...but, can you use them in summer?Isn't it a bit hot!?Anyway they are cute!

Ansley said...

Because they are such a small insert, they should be find in summer.

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Melinda said...

So how did your friend like them and how well did they work??????

Ashley said...

How exactly did you do that? I have a whole pound of organic merino wool roving sitting in my closet waiting for a project. Did you just felt it all in a big flat sheet then cut circles out?
I've crocheted wool nursing pads for myself before, but they were kind of bulky. Felted roving counds way better :P