So I was thinking. People use cloth nappies and other manner of things to drape over the shoulder to catch baby burps. Why not combine this idea with another I saw on Rachel Ray.
The television programme demonstrated how with an old top (t’shirt style) and a few cuts you could create a tasseled scarf that wouldn’t fall off.
Here I have taken a New Zealand Merino knit top that moths have attacked (the sleeve) and done something very similar, thus combining the two ideas.
This way you can hold baby, baby can make a mess and you don’t have to change your clothing nor does it matter on which shoulder baby is dribbling. Less washing; an easy solution. Plus a little extra warmth in Winter if you use a Merino as I have.
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