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Old 02-02-2007, 07:43 PM   #11
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have you tried baby spats?

www.jamtots.com

they also have cool blancoats..

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I might give these a try,they look warm! Do you know how long they are? The problem is most things made for babies arent big enough for Celeste, she is 7.5!

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Old 02-02-2007, 07:45 PM   #13
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http://hyenacart.com/autumnswool/ for knit legwarmers! Theresa, I'm betting these will work best for Celeste. Wool does not need to be itchy depending on the type of wool. The merino/nylon that the burgundy Autumns Wool legwarmers are knit from would likely be soft. Merino generally is. I love wool!!! God's natural provision for waterproof warmth! HTH!
These are awsome! Will wool really keep her warm? This afternoon when I went to cuddle with her her legs were SO cold I felt so bad for her!

Ok so which ones do you guys like better:
http://hyenacart.com/prod_details.php?id=51827&vid=576
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http://hyenacart.com/prod_details.php?id=42480&vid=576
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These are awsome! Will wool really keep her warm? This afternoon when I went to cuddle with her her legs were SO cold I felt so bad for her!

Ok so which ones do you guys like better:
http://hyenacart.com/prod_details.php?id=51827&vid=576
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http://hyenacart.com/prod_details.php?id=42480&vid=576
I have been eyeballing the purple/black ones they are so cute! I have a pair from her that should have been here today but the postman didn't knock he just left a card to go pick it up tomorrow Too bad I could have told you if I liked them!
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I have been eyeballing the purple/black ones they are so cute! I have a pair from her that should have been here today but the postman didn't knock he just left a card to go pick it up tomorrow Too bad I could have told you if I liked them!
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The purple ones are pretty awsome, I might even wear them! LOL!
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I like the first pair you listed. They sure look toasty. Hope they work for her!
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Thanks for the advise everyone, and thanks fo rthe link to Autumn's wool!

I emailed her to ask about the legwarmers, and she said the purple ones arent as soft as the pink ones, the pink are merino and the purple fishermans wool. So, I bought the pink ones and, the best part is she is going to knit Celeste a pair of cashmere ones too a 7 yr old in cashmere leg warmers
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do i know how long the blancoats are? sorry no. but jamtots has awesome customer service you could ask them!

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I think the leg warmers will work great! My mom, who is always freezing, loves thick tights too. She wears them under everything in spring, fall and winter. They make super cute ones, and many are a nice heavy weight.
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Old 02-03-2007, 07:57 PM   #20
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Re: how do I keep her legs warm?

My first thought was of the rice pack someone made me for a baby gift. It was two baby washcloths sewn together with rice in them. You heat it and the rice stays warm for a really long time. I used this for my mom when she had an eye injury. You can get it slightly warm or very warm depending on what you want and it holds the heat.
I was thinking that maybe you could sew tiny rice packets onto knee high socks like in a pattern where they would be randomly throughout the kneehighs and then warm them before putting them on her (just not too warm so that she wouldn't feel overheated).
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