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If Only a Larger Size...:frown:

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Takashi

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You got it, i'll be sure to keep an eye out. :)
 

babyemo

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is there a fabric out there that is really thick, almost like something has been crocheted? all baby clothes are thick and i think that something like double layer cordoroy would be great, and i tend to work better with heavier materials. im saying i could make the stuff
 

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well if you bought a plain white onesie and got the pic like that one off online and transfer it on to a shirt... that would work.....
 

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Homemade baby clothes aren't the same, and I doubt he knows how to make one anyway.
:laugh:You've got that right! Though sewing is something I'd love to learn in helping me to restore baby prams. The only sewing experience I have is making bean bags for tossing when I was a kid. I can just imagine attempting to make an adult onesie and have it looking like a giant bean bag.:D

well if you bought a plain white onesie and got the pic like that one off online and transfer it on to a shirt... that would work.....
Great idea, Mandy! That would be an easy way to have what ever baby-ish design you like the best.:smile:

While it isn't AB clothes...

Roll, baby. Roll. T-shirt from Zazzle.com

This is How I Roll-Infant-Boy T-Shirt from Zazzle.com

How I Roll Stroller T-shirts, Shirts and Custom How I Roll Stroller Clothing

By clicking on the "Select a different style shirt" next to the the small picture, you can choose what kind of shirt you want, no adult onesies though.
No onesies, but I like those adult size T-shirts with a pram on the front.:smile: Guess they're designed with new moms and dads in mind.

Thanks for all the help and suggestions everyone!:smile: Now to be daring enough to actually make/buy and wear one.;)

~Pramrider
 

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i have made plenty, though i havent really used my machine in the past yer, except for emergency repairs, i wear a onesie daily, most of them look like a Tshirt, i have ordered a few from Abena that are alright, i just don't quite like that Ashirt look tho
 

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Hi Pramrider

An all-in-one bed/pram suit is available at sandy's klobber on ebay in the UK.
Even though there is only a couple of hours left there are no bids and there is a buy it now price of £50. This all-in-one is made to measure so you will probably be able to pick it up at any time.
Hope this helps your search for baby clothes
 
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