Wednesday, August 12, 2009


Wow. It seems as though all I need to blog it and it will be done! (that and a night shift for the husband to be out of the house which equals out of my hair) I started by practicing on an old shirt. It was rough for a little while but after a long talk with my mom and sister-in-law Rachelle I got it all worked out.

Look at that

Cutting out the straps

Sewing on the D rings

And Voila! Look a Hooter Hider!!

You can't even see the baby I don't have under there...or my hooters for that matter. Super easy and really inexpensive. I got so excited I had to run and give this gem to my friend Aubrei who isn't due until January but was stoked all the same.

To make your own - use the link below.


Sydney said...

Who said negative reinforcement doesn't work? Great job! Good luck with those other projects.

(why did Google Reader not tell me you made this post.....hmmm, I'm going to have to figure that one out)

Anonymous said...

Cute! Who knew you had such skills? Now look how ready you'll be for your new little one :)lol.

Sydney said...

P.S. If you're really going to finish all your projects, you need to invest in a fabric rotary cutter and mat. Use the 50% off coupon in the Sunday paper and it will make it like $20 if not less. It will be your saving grace and you can use the money you save to buy some additional laundry baskets:)

Amanda said...

Look at you....little domestic goddess! :o)

How do like that Mom didn't know what a Hooter Hider was? LOL!!! :o)

So you can make me an apron for Christmas! Get busy now! So it's done in time!!! :o)

P.S. My word verification is: iliked.....he he!!

Delia said...

Cute! I like your choice of fabric. Hobby Lobby?

Unknown said...

How'd you know Delia!? It is Hobby Lobby.

Syd- What 50% off coupon??

The Barton Family said...

if youre still in the sewing zone or need some more practice I know a pregnant lady who would LOVE one in Texas :)

erica said...

ooo I'm so proud of you!!! I need to get my craft on...stat!

jasmine said...

hahahaha! you're a genius! this is awesome!

Mary Ellen and Kevin said...

I have a blanket that has been sitting in a bag waiting to be sewn for the last year... If you want to make a detour for the day when you are in DC I'm only 6 hrs south ...Ethan would love to meet his cousin Chana