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I'm thinking of starting to make homemade baby products and would like to know what people would like to buy for themselves and gifts. So far I am considering
Teething necklaces (for mum's to wear)
Bibs and baprons
Piddle pads/car seat protectors
Would these items interest people and can you suggest other items.
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14-02-2015 13:36 #1
What homemade baby items would you buy?
Last edited by WiseOldOwl; 14-02-2015 at 15:59.
14-02-2015 14:21 #2
Pretty much all of them! I love seeing these stalls at the markets but would also love to be able to buy them online from them (etsy etc) but they're always so much pricier
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14-02-2015 14:23 #3
The piddle pad/car seat protector. They are so expensive
14-02-2015 15:38 #4
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14-02-2015 15:40 #5
14-02-2015 15:46 #6
I would like someone to make dribble bibs, you know the triangular shaped ones. I love them and I can't really find them online.
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14-02-2015 16:15 #7
Trolley seat liners for both the capsule type and the normal type.
14-02-2015 17:40 #8
What do you think about nursing scarfs? Looks like an infinity scarf but opens out to act as a breastfeeding cover, then back into a scarf.
19-02-2015 20:01 #9Senior Member
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Nursing covers that just look like scarfs are good. In nice lightweight breathable fabric. I'd totally be interested!
Just a suggestion...could you buy some pram liners fit for popular models to get the size? It's a small investment I guess?? Otherwise ask a mother's group or something if you can measure up their prams in exchange for some small freebie?
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19-02-2015 20:18 #10
Dribble bibs and pads for carriers so teething bubs don't ruin them. They are expensive if you buy the brand name ones, however I found some on etsy which were cheaper, better looking and very well made. Dolls or toys that are handmade I am also a fan of (I prefer these over store bought plastic toys).
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