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    Eg this is dd's dress, handmade.

    (Um.. Excuse the weird pic. She just woke up, we came into the lounge, she wanted more bm and fell asleep still attached. She is such a crap sleeper that I don't want to waker her!)

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    Re pram liners, someone on my local BSS page just uploaded a "universal" pram liner. Could you copy one of those?

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    I love handmade so I would be interested in all. Although I don't know what a bapron is?

    If you were doing piddle pads, maybe you could upscale the design and think about the cloth that goes width ways across a bed for bed wetters? Like a mattress protector, but only for the one area of mattress that matters, if it makes sense? I know they have a proper name, and I think it's a girls name- but it's eluding me at the moment?!
    I think it's called a kylie?

    Personally I would be interested in this too!

    Eta: I would love a car seat liner that had slots for buckles so would be universal but was kind of like a long blanket/wrap you could drop over the sides if that makes sense? Dd has smeared chocolate all over the seat and it's a pain to pull the whole insert out to clean so I've left it

    I love handmade things for babies I'd rather pay a little extra and support an Aussie mum
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Nomsie View Post
    Re pram liners, someone on my local BSS page just uploaded a "universal" pram liner. Could you copy one of those?
    I have a pattern for a universal one but you never know just how "universal" they actually are. Guess I could always offer some kind of fit guarantee, refund if not happy. I have a city select so I could do one for that. Maybe I could ask at my playgroup and see if I could get a couple more "popular" ones that way. It only takes me a couple of minutes to draft the pattern.


 

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