Check out that Wooly Tush!
I opened it up and was immediately impressed by the scent, it smelled so wonderful.
Then it hit me.
I don't have any wool to wash.
I want to try wool, because I have wool wash.
I can't afford to spend $50 for wool covers on etsy.
So I guess that means only one solution, Do It Yourself.
I don't actually know how to crochet or knit. The extent of my crochet knowledge is how to chain, yarn over and do a somewhat consistent row of single or half-double stitches (thanks you-tube). I have never read a pattern, and I can't count (I have an advanced case of Mommy Brain). So what does a crafty Mommy do? Buy wool anyway and just wing it.
Every time I nursed Dominic I worked on my project, until Sunday morning when I had a pretty little cover to wash in my wool wash. The wash smelled great and was so gentile, I have zero experience in wool, but I know my hands sure enjoyed it. I followed the directions and set my cover to dry, I kept checking it all day and night, anxious to put it on the little bum.
Finally I got my wool on my little bum and I am impressed. First of all his bum smells so sweet, and it's dry. I am already working on another cover, I am so thankful to Sisters 'n Cloth and Northern Essence for sending me in this direction. I love the wool wash and I can't wait to try their other wool care supplies! Wool. My new Addiction! Now I just need some fitteds. Any recommendations?