i want to make pads like these for postpartum
they look so thin and trim. other ones i've made have been very bulky. i've used this pattern before and i really like it. http://sites.google.com/site/shewhorunsintheforest/009
any ideas on how to make them thinner? i was thinking of using zorb and 4 layers of flannel. anyone have an idea on how that would work?
Danielle, bf'ing, cd'ing, bw'ing, ap'ing, SAHM to DD Avery (12-1-04) DS Linus (10-31-07) and DD Nilah (9-17-11)
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