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Flat Front Waistband

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    Brittney @georgeandizzy

    Be sure to check the “body measurements” too though, that is how I always choose my size, those measurements have never steered me wrong:)

    needlewoman @needlewoman

    Oh absolutely! I’m talking abt when you’re trying to guess how much the child will grow, and when, particularly when the kid’s measurements are “on the cusp”. I know many recommend you go bigger, but I hate that look of “over big” clothes. It can look cute on very littlies, but as they get older, I think it just looks daggy. Washing machines and dryers are so rough on clothes, I’m afraid that the garment will be faded/bashed looking by the time the fit is at its best.

    hokiekate @hokiekate

    Thanks for all of the advice! I finally have a picture, but it is not the best view. I always have the hardest time actually photographing the things I make.


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