I want to make a moby style wrap so I need material that has a slight bit of stretch for comfort, but is also sturdy enough to provide support and hold it's strength as my daughter grows. It was recommended to me to use either 100% cotton or a jersey knit fabric (and perhaps just make a new one when she gets heavier), but they ranged from 10-13 dollars a yard. Considering I need 5-6 yards, it would almost be cheaper to buy one! Does anyone have any suggestions on a cheaper, but effective fabric I could use to make my baby wrap?Answer Question
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