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2t vs 18-24 m??

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    sosew @sosew

    I know in commercial clothes often 2t is made to fit without a diaper, does anyone know if this is the case for these as well?

    My guys are 21 months and in the smaller side but I’d like to make something that will fit them all summer.

    One can just barely squeeze into the 12-18m I made but it’s really too short in the rear rise (it kind of works with a onezie but not really).

    I guess my question is will the 2t be smaller in the bum than the 24 month because its made to fit without a diaper or will it be bigger because its a bigger size?

    Thanks!

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    sosew @sosew

    Oh but they do need the diaper room still (disposable not cloth) nowhere near potty trained 🙂

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    Mama_Knowles @Mama_Knowles

    The 2T is bigger in the rise verse the 18-24m size. What I like to do is make the next size up and use the button hole elastic so it fits longer. I hope this helps!

    ~Sharon~

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    sosew @sosew

    Thank you!!

    The button hole elastic is genius!! Do you buy it somewhere or make your own?

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    Mama_Knowles @Mama_Knowles

    Hancock’s fabric store has it, I have thought of making my own but I think it might be a pain.

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    coming-up-roses @coming-up-roses

    Katy from No Big Dill posted a great tutorial a while ago on how to make your own in case you are interested:

    http://www.nobigdill.com/2012/07/diy-buttonhole-elastic.html

    I have some still but if one runs out this sounds really easy!

    xx m

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    Jess M. @mommy2maria

    I think he rise has been discussed for the sailboat pants in the past, with tips on how to adjust the rise. Let me go see if I can dig it up.

    Haha! It was discussed on the Flickr group before the forum was created. Here is a link: http://www.flickr.com/groups/oliverands/discuss/72157623779035181/

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