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    Hey I want to see your products that you r selling

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    Leg warmers for babies/toddlers/children would be super easy and I think quite sellable.

    Can you knit? I've been making $50-100 a week selling knitted beanies.

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    I havent made anything just yet. Trying to firgure out sizes and what looks best
    Oo leg warmers would be cute! Wish I could knit but I cant
    Will hopefully have a link soon with things im selling just have to think of a name and put together products and also a price (which im not good at) lol

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    you don't want to make things that need alot of zips or extras (at the start) cos these will break into your profits- unless you find a good wholesaler.
    good luck!

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    Thank you for the advice

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    Oh what do mummies with DD think about buying matching aprons. I dont wanna sound sexist or that but would.you buy a apron for urself and your DD that match?

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    What about boy's stuff? The homemade market is FLOODED with girl's clothes, I would love to see some boy's stuff that wasn't just appliqued t-shirts and blue and red. Yawn. I make cords for DS in all sorts of colours and patterns, they are so cute and so easy to make, here's one of my first goes. I've made others in green, purple and orange. And who says you can't put boys in zebra print??

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    I would buy matching aprons, I don't think it's sexist, quite cute, my DH cooks a fair bit and loves a BBQ and so does DSS, I'd buy them matching (manly) aprons. I love pram blankets and quilts, another idea that I love is matching bunting, can't wait to have kids of my own to set up a nursery with everything matching

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    actually yeah a little "boyish" apron would be awesome.

    also I had hand made overalls for my son like really old-fashioned ones when he was 6-18 months.

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